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Full text of "County of Suffolk: its history as disclosed by existing records and other documents, being materials for the history of Suffolk, gleaned from various sources - mainly from MSS., charters, and rolls in the British Museum and other public and private depositories, and from the state papers and publications of the record commissioners, the deputy keeper of the public records, and of the master of the rolls"

FFOLK 

-RDS & MSS. 



VOL. IV. 



COUNTY OF 
SUFFOLK . . 



Its History as Disclosed by Existing 
Records and Other Documents, being- 
Materials for . . . 

THE HISTORY OF SUFFOLK, 

Gleaned from Various Sources mainly from MSS., Charters, 
and Rolls in the British Museum and other Public and 
Private Depositories, and from the State Papers and the Publi- 
cations of the Record Commissioners, the Deputy Keeper of 
the Public Records, and of the Master of the Rolls. 

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COLLECTED AND EDITED BY ... 

W.A. 



LL.D., F.S.A., F.R^.A. 

Of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law and 
Professor of Law in the Victoria University 
of Manchester. Sometime President of the 
Bibliographical Society. 



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Lackford. 3 

L. 

VOLUME IV. 

LABOURERS. Writ for payment of wages to, in Suff. 1352. R.P. ii. 455. 

, Writ to enforce the Ordinance touch, artificers, 1361. Ib. 458. 

LACFORD (John son of Benedict de) acknowledges that he owes Amicia 

late wife of Sir John de Haukedon 16, to be levied in default on 

his lands in Suffolk. Close Rolls. 8 Edw. III. IQd. 
LACHELEIA, LACHELEA v. Yaxley. 
LACKFORD (Lacforde. Lakford, Lattford, Leacforda). 
. John Borrage admitted at Caius College. E.A. (N.S.) i. 241. 

. Subsidy Roll. E.A. (N.S.) iii. 241. (N.S.) iv. 170, v. 51, 87, 

135, 169. 
. Lands of St. Edmund. In K.E.'s time 5 carucates as a manor. 

30a. meadow. 2 mills. And a socman held 8a. A church living 

with 20a. Dom. 357. 

. Free warren. Chart. Rolls. 37 Hen. III. 1. 

The mother of the King having custody of the son and heir of 

Benedict de Blakenham sues in his right many for infringing his 

several pasture at, the defendants alleging that the pasture at Ikelham 

is their common pasture and not several. (o.e.) Abbr. of PI. 16 

Edw. I. in oct. Mich. 13. 
Commission on complaint of John de Sane to Phileberto that 

Thomas Abbot of St. Edmunds and others cut and carried away 

the herbage of his meadow at, and impounded his cattle. Pat. Rolls, 

3 Edw. II. 3d. 
- Free warren in, John de St. Philiberto. Chart. Rolls, 10 Edw. 

II. 20. Thomas de Aspale. 25, 26, 27 Edw. III. 6. 
. Pardon to William Geddyng late of London ' gentilman ' al. 

late of, of his outlawries. Pat. Rolls, 20 Edw. IV. pt. ii. 14. 
, Note that Louis Hi ekes of Flempton and [Nich.J Gyrlin of, are 

to be sent for, for beating Mr. Potts, gamekeeper, about Bury, 1661. 

S.P. 182. 

, Warrant to apprehend L. Hickes and N. Gyrling. Ib. 

. Warrant to release L. Hickes and N. Gyrlin, on their bond. 

Ib. 195. 
, Trust for industrious poor inhabitants of. Trust Deed. 12 

Geo. III. 8, 28. 
-. Included in the Mildenhall Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1614. 



4 Lackford. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1722. 

LACKFORD v. sub Risby, &c. 

LACKFORD MANOR. John de Sancto Philburto and Ada his wife. 

I.P.M., 7 Edw. III. 35. 
. Elizabeth Croftes wid. d. 9 May 1519 and John son and heir. 

Ib. 12 Hen. VIII. 63. 
. Jasper Lucas d. 17 Feb. 1529 and Thomas son and heir. 76. 

22 Hen. VIII. 34. 
LACKFORD CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19107, 19108. Registers 

(begin 1714). N. and Q., 7th ser. xi. 284. Inscriptions on Bells of. 

E.A. iv. 153. Plate. S.I. viii. 306. Parliamentary Petition of 

Richard Wankeleyn parson of. No. 8863. D.K.R. 34. App. p. 152. 
, Pardon to Robert Ruscel of Lacford who with John Webbe of 

Lacford stole 80 sheep value 100s. and fled to. Pat. Rolls, 8 

Rich. II. pt. ii. 19. 
, Presentation of Thomas Stephens to, 14 Car. II. Ib. D.K.R. 46. 

App. i. p. 109. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. 

L.G. 859. 
LACKFORD and FI.EMPTON. Robt. Crosse v. Margery and Wm. Smythe. 

C.P., ser. ii. B. xlvii. 47. 
LACKFORD, FI.BMTON, and CHELLESWORTH MANORS. Order to 

escheator to deliver to Ada wife of John de Sancto Philberto, as 

John and Ada held by grant of Robert de Ereswell and Ralph parson 

of Chikenhale Church by fine to them and the heirs of John. Close 

Rolls, 7 Edw. III. pt. i. 14. 
LACKFORD HUNDRED. John Bole bailiff of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 

1 Rich. H. pt. vi. 16d. 
, Orders 31 Eliz. for suppressing of rogues vagabonds, idle, loitering 

and lewd persons in. Harl. 364. 
LACKFORD HUND. and EXNTNO HALF-HUND. Muster roll of trained 

band in, signed " Roger North," 1631. S.P.; 165. 
LACON. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 
LACY al. Lacie. Pedigree. Harl. 1560. Add. 19139; with grant 

by Sir G. Dethick. Caius, 554. 
LADYBIRD, Suffolk name for. N. and Q., 9th ser. v. 84, 154, 274 ; 

vi. 255, 417 ; vii. 95, 396. 
LAFFHAM (Nicholas de). Acknowledges that he owes Geoffrey de 

Percy 100 marks to be levied in default on his lands in Suff. Close 

Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 13d. 



Lakenheath. 



LAFHAM in Risbridge Hund. Land of Woolmer. 24a. And Woolmer 

also holds 9a. which he took in pledge in K. William's time from 

the predecessor of Ralph Pinel. Dom. 445&. 
LAFHAM al. Lageham al. Laham v. Layham. 
LAKE (Thomas) and others. Lease to, of lands in Suff. 45 Eliz. 1 Pars 

O. Rot. 40. 
LAKKNHEATH (Lachingahuita, Lacbingahuthe, Lachingeia, Lacken- 

heath, Lakenham, Lakenhide, Lakenheth, Lakingeth, Lakingham, 

Lakingheth, Lakinghethe, Lakinghethie, Lakinheath, Lakkenheath, 

Lakyngeth, Lakyngheth, Lakynghethe, Lakynghith, Laringaheda, 

Laringahetha). 
. Arch. viii. 324. Notes relating to. Add. 5847. Ancient maps 

and plans of. D.K.R. 30. App. p. 39. Antiquities found at. 

Cross. Arch. Ivi. 42. S.I. iii. 297. Celt. P.S.A.. 2nd ser. i. 106. 

Long Dagger. Ib. v. 423. Bronze mordant of a strap. Ib. xi. 

99. Simeon Steward of, admitted at Caius Coll. E.A. (N.S.) ii. 

7. Fair. S.I. ii. 182. 
, Grant by Eadmund to Thorney Abbey of land in. Cartularium 

Saxonicum ii. 567. 
. Lands of St. Ethddreda. In K.E.'s time 3 carucatea as a 

manor. 5a. meadow. Half a mill. 2 fisheries. A church with 

60a. Dom. 382. 
. Lands of Richard son of Earl Gislebert. A carucate and la. 

meadow. Dom. 392. 
, Grant of a market in, to Ely Monastery. Chart. Rolls, 2 John, 

pt. i. 7, 32. 
, Conff. in, by Bps. of Ely to Ely Abbey [1109-31, 1133-1139]. 

Harl. 43 H. 4, 5 ; Bull of Conff. Add. 5819. 
, Finding by jury that the market of the bishop and monks of 

Ely at, is to the damage of the market at Bury. Abbr. of PI., 

4 John 6 in dorso. Placita Michaelmas Term. 
, The monks of Norwich held oy gift of Hen. I. T. de N. 

293. 
, Robert de Tudenham and Eva his wife held of the King in chief, 

a fishery in. H.R. ii. 151. 
, Tenement with marsh. Prior and Canons of " Crue Roes." 

Chart. Rolls. 35 Hen. III. pt. i. 7. 

-. Free warren, Ely Priory. Ib. 36 Hen. III. 11. 

, Ministers' accounts of lands in, 1 to 2 Edw. I. Bundle 1109, 

No. 12. 18 to 19 Edw. II. Ib. 19. 



Lakenheafh. 



, Roger son of William Le Say v. Gilbert Mosepese, touch. 

a messuage and land in. Pat. Rolls, 4 Edw. I. 31rf. 
, Hugh Bryce and Isabel his wife r. Helewise Wyseblak. touch. 

a tenement in. 76. 9 Edw. I. 25d. 
, Reeve and Bailiffs' account of land in, 18 to 19 Edw. I. ; 14 to 15 

Edw. II. M.A. Bundle 1001, No. 5, 6. 
, 1 messuage 40 acres and fishery in, Joan wife of Gilbertde Clare 

E. of Gloucester jointly with him. I.P.M., 35 Edw. I. 47. 
, Market and fair in. Ely Priory. Chart. Rolls. 3 Edw. II. 29. 

Add. 5829 Add. Ch. 15749. 
, Commission on complaint of Gilbert d* Clare E. of Gloucester 

that John Prior of Ely and others rescued Richard Batheman from 

custody of Earl's bailiff who had arrested him for the larceny of an 

ox in the Earl's moiety of the town of. in which he had the liberty 

of " infangenethef." Pat. Rolls, 5 Edw. II. pt i. 22d. 
, Messuage 40 acres fishery and rent. Gilbert de Clare, E. of 

Gloucester. I.P.M., 8 Edw. II. 68. 
, Lands in, restored to heirs of Gilbert de Clare E. of Gloucester. 

Close Rolls, 10 Edw. II. 4. 
, Keeper's accounts of lands late of Roger Damory " possessions 

of contrariants " in, 16 Edw. II. Ministers' accounts. Bundle 

1147, No. 7. 
. Abstracts of charters relating to, iemp. Edw. III. Add. 6041. 

, Recovery in, 1396. Add. Ch. 15684. 
, 15 messuages 220 acres of land 2 of meadow and 2d. rent and 

fishery in Wyndelee. Eliz. de Burgo pro Priore et conventu do 

Ely. I.P.M., 1 Edw. III. 115. 
, Licence for Elizabeth de Burgo to giant to Ely Priory for life 

interest in 15 messuages land rent and a fishery in Wyndelse Mere in, 

held of the Priory with reversion to her heirs. Pat Rolls, 1 Edw. 

III. pt. i. 8. 
, Commission on complaint of Prior of Ely that Hamo Baycok 

of Ereswell and others maliciously burnt the turves lately dug by 

his servants in his marsh at. Ib. I Edw. III. pt. i. Id ; pt. ii. 2 d f7. 
, Grant of rent charge in, to Anglesey Priory, 1331. Harl. 47 

E. 37. 
, Licence for alienation in mortmain by Elizabeth de Burgo to 

Anglesey Priory of a rent of 20 seised by her out of Manor of, and 

other lands granted to Ely Priory. Pat. Rolls, 4 Edw. III. pt. ii. 13 

5 Edw. III. pt. ii. 27. 



Lakenheath. 



, Licence for Elizabeth de Burgo to grant to Ely Priory In frank - 

almoin a messuage and 24 acres of land in, held in chief, in return 

for a rent of 20 in fee. Jb. 5 Edw. III. pt. i. 14. 
. William Warde and others for Priory of Swafham Bolbek. 

I.P.M., 28 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 41. 

, Grant of a mill pool in. 1389. Add. Ch. 15749. 

, Covenant for feoff ment and conveyance of a mill pool in, to 

Rushworth College 1390. Add. Ch. 15750 : 1391. Add. Ch. 

15751. 
, Elizabeth de Burgh having under licence from Edw. III. granted 

to the Priory of Anglesey 20 from a manor a messuage and 24 

acres in. and the manor of the prior of Ely in the same town at the 

hands of the said prior they finding 2 secular chaplains to celebrate, 

they are on the ground of poverty relieved from a part of the 

obligation. Pat. Rolls, 15 Edw. IV. pt. i. 20. 
, Licence to the Priory of Anglesey, to apply rents assigned to 

them in, by Elizabeth de Burgh, for the sttpport of two chaplains, 

16 Edw. IV. [1467]. Add. 15664. 
Entry on land and burning of sedge. John Crane v. William 

Growte and others. Star C.P., Hen. VIII. vol. ii. 26. 
, Forcible dispute as to common at, Sleward v. Stallon. Star 



C.P., vol. U, 94-97. 
, Particulars of land in, for grant to Andrew Manfeld, 38 Hen. VTII. 

D.K.R. 10. App. ii. pp. 236, 237. 
, Exemplification by Robert Cooke, of a charter of King Charles 

VI. of France (granting an augmentation of arms to Alexander 

Styward of Scotland 1 July anno 5) in favour of Augustine son of 

Symon Styward of, 16 Eliz. Ashm. 858. 
, Bill by John Downynge against John Norfolke to establish 

right to certain f of her growing in fens or low grounds in. C.P. i. 

229. 
, Sums assessed in. Warner v. Bradbury, 1 Jac. II. Exch. 

Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 142. 
, Trust for giving bread to the poor and educating of poor 

children in. Trust Deed. 18 Geo. II. 8, 36. 
. Trust for poor. Trust Deeds. 31 Geo. II. 5, 19 ; 2 Geo. III. 

10, 11 ; 39 Geo. III. 25, 11. 
, Trust for a congregation of Independents at. Trust Deed. 

55 Geo. in. 68, 1. 
. Enclosure of Commons Act. (Priv.) 58 Geo. III. o. 25. 



8 Lakenheath. 



, Nathan Branwhite, miniature painter and engraver, prob. a 

native of, fl. 1825. D.N.B. vi. 228. 

. Enclosure of Common Act (Private), 3 and 4 Will. IV. c. 16. 

, Methodists at. Trust Deed. G Will. IV. 161, 8. 

. Included in the Mildenhall Highway District 1863. L.G. 1614. 

. Chapel registered for marriages 1872. L.G. 4783. 

. Meeting of Suff. Institute, 1875. S.I. v. 312. 

. School Board formed 26 Nov. 1875. L.G. 5452 ; and Bye- 
laws made 30 May 1879. L G. 3679. 

. Marriage licence granted to Independent Chapel, Chapel Lane, 

1892. L.G. 3609. to Wesleyan Chapel, Brandon Road, 1899. Ib. 
4083. 

LAKENHEATH v. sub Arms. Brandon, &o., Gislingham, &c., Ickling- 
ham St. James Manor, &c. 

LAKENHEATH MANOR. Court Rolls. 11, 12 Edw. II. 3 ; 4 Edw. III. 
P.R.O., Portfolio, 203, 94, 95. 

, Letter of Edward Montagu E. of Manchester to Dr. Rich. Love 

dean of Ely on behalf of John Steward to be tenant of. Tanner 
xlvi. 79. 

. Richard de Clare E. of Gloucester. I.P.M., 47 Hen. III. 34. 

, Licence for Elizabeth de Burgo to grant to Priory of Ely In 

frankalmoin. Pat. Rolls, 5 Edw. III. pt. i. 14. 

. Eliz. de Burgo for Ely Priory. I.P.M., 5 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 

134. 

. Robert Spring d. 20 April 1549 and Thomas son and heir 

aged 30. Ib. 3 Edw. VI. 141. 

LAKENHEATH MANOR v. sub Mildenhall Manor, Mildenhall Manor, &c. 

LAKENHEATH CHURCH. Mural paintings at. A.J. liii. 111. Inscrip- 
tion on bells of. E.A. iv. 134. Leaden figure of a dragon found 
in. B.A.A. xxxiv. 249. Coins. Ib. xxxvi. 104. Anglo-Saxon 
jewel found in. Ib. xlii. 233. Monuments in. Add. 19095. 
Sepulchral brass (c. 1530). Add. 32484, 32490. Bells. S.I. v. 
275. Plate. S.I. ix. 228. 

. Ecclesiastical property 8 Oct. 1869. L.G. 5409. 

. Benefice. 5 April 1878. L.G. 2389. 24 Dec. 1867. L.G. 

7015. 18 Feb. 1870. L.G. 910. 25 Feb. 1881. L.G. 859. 
. Burials. 5 May 1882. L.G. 2065. 

LAKENHEATH CHURCH v. sub Stoke by Ipswich Church, &c. 

LAKENHEATH and BRANDON. Lands of Eudo the Steward. 6 socmen 
held 2 carucates 3a. meadow and 3 fisheries. Dom. 403. 



Lancaster. 9 

. Drainage Acts. (Loc. and Pers.) 8 Geo. III. c. 47 (not prin.) 

1 and 8 Viet. c. 42 ; 37 and 38 Viet. c. 70. 
LAKENHEATH and MILDENHALL. John Crabb, the elder, deposed to 

communications between rioters of the people of, 1638. S.P. 504. 
LAKENHEATH and WYNSTON CHUKCHES. Grant to Dean and Chapter 

of Ely of rectories of, 1541. S.P. 1226 (12). 
LAKENHEATH, WINSTON, BAROUGHAM, STOKE, KINGESTON and 

MELTOUNE MANORS. Grant in frank almoigne to Dean and Chapter 

of Ely of, and lands in same places. 1541. S.P. 1226 (12). 
LAKINGHEATH. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 
LALLEFORDK v. sub Brantham M. 
LALLEFORD MANOR. Pedigrees alleged by several descendants of Sir 

Benet de Cokefeld, wid. of. claimant to. Ashm. 845. 
LAMBE al. Lamb of Trimley and Tostock. Pedigree. Add. 19139 ; 

with arms. Tanner cclvii. 158 ; Add. 5524. Harl. 155, 1103, 1177; 

1449, 1560, 1820. 

LAMBE of Ixworth. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 

LAMBEKDES. Land in, Wm. Harleston. I.P.M., 20 Edw. T /. 100. 
LAMBERT (George) of Newmarket. The Game of Hazard investi- 
gated. Svo. 1812. 
LAMBORN al. Lamborne. Pedigree. Add. 19139. Arms. Harl. 

1449. Gipps's account of. S.T. viii. 177. 
LAMHTJSE (?) Assize of mort d' ancestor between Alice daughter of 

Robert and Count William de Vernun as to half a virgate of land in, 

adjourned sine die owing to absence of defendant at the wara. 

Abbr. of PL, 1 John Mich. 9 (in dorso). 
LAIJIPER family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 178. 
LAMPETT of Hardwell. Arms. Add. 5524. Harl. 1449; 1560. 
LAMPET and LAMPRELL. Pedigrees. Add. 19139. 
LANAM ? v. Langham. 
LANCASTER (Duchy of). Feodary's accounts in Suff. various dates. 

D.K.R. 30. App. p. 38. Liberty and bailwick of, in Suff. Ib. 

p. 41 Fees in Suff. Bodl. 4181. Extract from compotus of 

bailiff of, relating to lands in Suff. Bodl. 4181. 

, Knight's fees in, temp. Edw. I. (?) Add. 32624. 

, Ministers' accounts of divers lands of, in Suffolk. 8 and 10 

Edw. III. Bundle 288, No. 4715. 15 and 16 Rich. II. No. 4732. 

7 to 8 Hen. IV. Bundle 290, No. 4759. 8 and 9 Hen. V., No. 4773. 

No. 292, No. 4799. 23 to 24 Hen. VI., Bundle 727, No. 11937 ; 

Bundle 728, No. 11991. 



10 Lancaster. 

, Fees of, in Suff. 7 and 8 Hen. IV. D.K.R. 45. App. i. p. 47. 

, Receiver of. in Suff. 17 and 18 Hen. VI. D.K.R. 45. App. i. p. 

48. Accounts, 23 and 24 Hen. VI. Ib. p. 114. 

, Receivership of estates of, in Suff. saved to Christopher Smart, 

1485. R.P. vi. 348. 
, Stewardship of, saved to John Ratcliffe Fitzwaunter Knt. 1485. 

76. 374. 

, Manors, &c., in Suffolk parcel of, vested in Feoffees for per- 
formance of the King's Will 1492. R.P. vi. 445 (1503) 522. 
- , Rental of, in Suff. t. Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 30. App. p. 23. 

, Feodary of, in Suff. 35 to 40 Eliz. D.K.R. 45. App. i. p. 49. 

, Patent for Sir H. Bedingfield as seneschal of, 1606. Harl. 83 

C. 18. 
, Jurisdiction of Duchy as to lands in, 9 Chas. I. D.K.R. 30. 

App. p. 28. 
LANCASTER of Brantham and LANCASTER from Brisingham Norf. 

Pedigrees. Add. 19139. 
LANCKASTER al. Lancaster of Lidgate from York. Pedigree. Harl. 

1560. Add. 19139. 
LAND (Thomas) and THOMAS BANKES. Grant to, of lands in Suff. 

12 Jac. I. 5 Pars 0. Rot. 5. 
LANDGUARD (Langar, Langer, Languard) POINT and FORT. 13 

Rep. Hist. Com. pt, iv. 443, 444, 445, 464. Arch. x. 350, 355, 357. 

History. N. and Q., 8th ser. x. 515, xi. 35, 97, 236, 276, 414, 514. 

The history of, by Major J. H. Leslie. 4to. Copper tokens of. 

76. 9th ser. ix. 308. Polleshead. Arch. x. 355, 357. 
, Robtj Earl of Warwick sent to Dep. Lieuts. of Suff. to draw 

down 1,000 men to, 1625. S.P. 102, 110. 
, Warrant to pay to Sir Harbottle Grimstone and Rich. Scott 

498 and 160 for fortifications of Harwich and, 1625. S.P. 150. 
, Robt. Earl of Warwick desires warrant to take fresh turf to face 

new fort at, &c., 1625. S.P. 110 ; 1626, 387. 

, Names of persons who refused to carry timber for, and of such 

as have made defaults in musters, 1626. S.P. 382. 
, Petition of Robt. Earl of Warwick, touch, his employment in 

erection of fortifications at, 1626. S.P. 433. 

, Survey of, in danger to fall suddenly to decay, 1626 S.P. 452. 

, Warrant to pay to Sir Harbottle Grimstone and Rich. Scott, 

3,302. 14. on accompt, for works to be done at new fort at, 1626. 

S.P. 566. 



Landguard. 1 1 

, Warrant to pay to Robt. Earl of Warwick 402 for entertain- 
ment of King's officers in forts at Harwich and, for 6 months, 1626. 

S.P. 579. 
, Grant to Henry E. of Holland for life of Captain and Governor 

of, 1628. S.P. 8. 
, Earl of Holland appointed captain and governor of, 1628. 

Chancery. D.K.R. 43. App. i. p. 97. 
, Great mutiny at, 1628. S.P. 191, 192. 
, Note of ordnance and provisions wanting for, 1630. S.P. 

179. 

, Petition of officers of, 1631. S.P. 70. 
, 40 barrels of powder exchanged for use of, 1634. S.P. 5, 15, 

28, 36, 230. 
, Carriages and wheels for ordnance in, decayed. Survey of same 

to be made and wants supplied, 1634. S.P. 254. 
, Declaration concerning state of fort at, 1635. S.P. 121. 
, Persons for increasing garrison of, 1636 ? S.P. 275. 
, Note of establishment at, granted to Capt. Gosnold 1636 ? 

S.P. 275. 
, Particulars of enlarged establishment for, 1636 ? S.P. 275. 

. Arrears due to the captain of, 1637. Add. 32278. 

, Estimate for repair of, 1637. S.P. 140. 
, 16 pieces of Ordnance at, 1638. S.P. 601. 

, Considerations of repairs wanted at, 17 Car. I. H.L. iv. 426. 

, Letter from Earl of Warwick as to decay of, 18 Car. I. H.L. 

v. 126, 130. 

, Order for repairs of. H.L. v. 189, 197. 

, Draft order respecting, 11 July 1642. 5 Rep. Hist. Com. 36. 

, Warrant to deliver munition ,nnd powder for use of, 1644-45. 

S.P. 307. 
, Capt. Hunter sent with 50 men to strengthen garrison of, 1645. 

S.P. 497, 498, 527. 
, Report from the Committee for the Revenue relative to the 

expense of repairing, 23 Car I. H.L. ix. 547, 548. 

, 500 to be provided for fortification of, 1648. S.P. 70. 

, 400 out of the 500 to be assigned for. Ib. 247. 
, Warrant for supply from public stores of ammunition, <fcc., for 

garrison in, 1648. S.P. 320. 
, Warrant to deliver to Maj. Thos. Ire ton, Governor of, ordnance, 

&c., for use of garrison at, 1650. S.P. 545. 



12 Landguard. 

1 Warrant to Maj. Thos. Ireton for payment of money for repairs 

of, 1650. S.P. 583. 

, Order for provisions, &c., to be sent to, 1656. S.P. 116, 161. 

, Order to pay 9d. a day to each of private Soldiers under Capt. 

Ben. Gifford in, who marched in Col. Samson's regiment to Col- 
chester, and 8d. a day to those who remained in, 1656. S.P. 171. 

, Particulars of supplies desired for garrison of, 1656. S.P. 325,364. 

, Order to repair, &c., 1656-7. S.P. 282. 

, Certificate of delivery into stores by Ben. Gifford, governor of, 

of cables, &c., and receipt, 1656. S.P. 552, 553. 

, Lieut. Edw. Jones of, mentioned, 1657. S.P. 70. 

, Col. Hum. Brewster to be nominated as governor of, 1659. 

S.P. 389. 

, Petition of Thos. Blagge for readmission to Governorship of the 

fort of, granted to him in 1642, 1660. S.P. 445. 

, Warrant to pay to Wm. Legg 1,087. 153. for garrison of, 

1661. S.P. 46. 
, Petition of Hy. Farr, for payment of 1,573. 12s. a year's arrears 

due to 12 officers and 100 soldiers of the garrison, 1661 (?). S.P. 221. 
, Works and fortifications at, 1662. Pipe Office Roll. 3605. 

Declared accounts, p. 88. 
, Soldiers suffering from starvation in, 11 May 1663. 15 Eep. 

Hist. Com. pt. ii. 301. 

, Order for provisions for 1664. S.P. 114. 

, Certificate by Geo. Simmon pressmaster of, 1664. S.P. 123. 

, Warrant to pay to Col. Wm. Legg 711. 0. 2. for furnishing 

with ammunition, &c., 1664. S.P. 616. 

, Particulars of alterations made hi garrison of, 1665. S.P. 273. 

, Warrant for payment of 400 to Col. Hen. Farre for fortifying, 

1667. S.P. 70. 

, The Dutch beaten off from, 1667. S.P. 263, 264, 270. 

, Victualling of, 1667. S.P. 293, 334, 375. 

, As to alleged variance between soldiers and seamen in, 1667. 

S.P. 246. 
, Officers, seamen and soldiers there eager for fight. Banks 

between fort and sea thrown down. Letter to Sam. Pepys, 1667. 

S.P. 299. 

, 400 to Col. Farre for fortifying, 1667. S.P. 590. 

, The Danish man-of-war attending the Danish Ambassador to 

England ran aground near, 1670. S.P. 29. 



Langdde. 1 3 

, A Sand called the Glutton within, vessel on, 1672. S.P. 166. 

, Lord Sandwich's body taken to, 1672. S.P. 191, 212, 223. 

, Order to relieve Sir John Pettus at, 1 July 1673. 13 Rep. Hist. 

Com. pt. iv. 468. 
, Petition of Capt. Fras. Hamon for payment of arrears of his 

pension, &c., as Lieuten. Governor of, 1702. T.P. 36. 
, Recommendation by Sir Wm. Barker M.P. for Ipswich to 



Robert Harley of Mr. Bacon as governor of, Col. Jones being dead. 

15 May 1711. 15 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 689. 
, Warrant to pay 569. 13. 9. to Bacon Morris for converting 

old building near, into dwelling house for the Governor, 1730. 

T. B. and P. 382, 409, 566. 
, Complaint touch, town of Ipswich's encroaching on King's 

right in taking ballast from beach of, 1730. T.B. and P. 389. 
, Order to pay 569. 13. 9. to Bacon Morris, Governor of, for 

building a dwelling for governor of, 1730-1. T. B. and P. 161. 
, Robt. Armiger, Lieut. Gen. appointed Governor of fort of, 1768. 

H.O.P. 1071. 

, Mr. Hayes, Dep.- Governor of, mentioned, 1740. T. B. and P. 250. 

, Bacon Morris, Governor of, mentioned, 1741. T. B. and P. 611. 

. " The Humours of Landguard Fort " satirical poems on 

occurrences at Landguard Fort 1753-1765 by the Rev. William 

Myers. Add. 24669. 
LANDOWNERS in Suff. Add. 8198 ; 19161-19164. 

. Lists of freeholders in Suff. Lansd. 5. Return of, 1873. 

LANE of Ipswich. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 

LANE (Robert) son of John. Licence for entry on lands in Suff. 1626. 

Chancery. D.K.R. 43. App. i. p. 44. 
LANEBITRGH (?) (Laneburc, Laneburch, Lane burg) in Wilford Hund. 

Lands of Robert Malet. A freeman held la. Briemar held 5a. and 

3 freemen held 30a. Dom. 317, 318&. 
, Peter de Malo Lacu appointed Radulf de Hadel his attorney 

in proceedings against Roger de Holest' cone, land in. Close Rolls, 

12 Hen. III. m. 13d. 
LANEHAM cd. Lanham v. Lavenham. 
LANEY of Ipswich. Pedigree. Tanner clxxx. 22. Add. 19139. 

Arms with quarterings. Tanner cclvii. 175. Gipps's account of. 

S.I. viii. 178. 

LA NEYLATJND v. Nay land. 
LANGDALE. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 



1 4 Langdale. 

LANGDALE (Peter) and others. Lease to, of lands in Suff. 1 Jao. I. 

2 Pars 0. Rot. 159. 
I^ANGETOT family. Pedigree. Add. 19139. Gipps's account of. 

S.I. viii. 178. 
LANQHALL (Langhedena) in Bosmere hund. Lands of Earl Ralph in 

the King's hand. 3 freemen with 72a. and 3a. meadow. Dom. 285. 
. Lands of Roger Bigot. A freeman Aluric held lOa. which 

Garenger now holds of Bigot. Dom. 285, 338. 
. Lands of Roger de Poictou. Algar a freeman held 3a. and 

Ghiny a freeman held la. Dom. 352. 
. Lands of Roger de OburviUe. A freeman Ulbott held 24a. as 

a manor. la. meadow. And in every 3rd year the fourth part 

of the profits of a mill. Dom. 4046. 
. Lands of Roger de Rheims. Roger's daughter holds a freeman 

with 9a. Dom. 4226. 

LANGHAM (Lanam ?, Langhame, Langram). 
. Lands of St. Edmund. 1 freemen held 1 carucate 6a. meadow. 

A church with 20a. Dom. 367. 
. Land of Robert the Blond. Harot a freeman in K.E.'s time 

held 3 carucates. 12a. meadow. And 2 freemen held 20a. Dom 

4396. 

- Free warren in, Rich, de Wikes. Chart. Rolls, 48 Hen. III. 4. 

- Richard de S. Edmund and Is. his wife v. Radulph Fitz- 
Geoffrey &c. touch, a tenement in ; and Richard and Isabella v. 
Reginald Peche touch, tenements in Stowlangtoft (Stowe-Langetot) 
Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. 3. 

, Land in, William de Criketot and Joan his wife. I.P.M., 3 

Edw. II. 52. 
, Land in, Tho. Wolpet and others for Priory of Ixworth. I.Q.D., 

6 Edw. II. 44. 
, Land in, Wm. the Clerk of Downham and Hugh Ratlesden for 

Ixworth Priory. I. P.M., 6 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 123. 
, Inquest on conveyance in, to Ixworth Priory 1351. Harl. Roll. 

H. 3. 
, Land in, Thomas de Saxham for Ixworth Priory. I. P.M., 25 

Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 13. 
, Grants, &c., in 1378. Harl. 58 G. 43a. (a copy). 1422. Harl. 51 

F. 1. 1460. Add. Ch. 18759 : 1517. Harl. 57 G. 31. 1554. Harl, 

86 G. 48 : 1602. Harl. 48 I. 3. 1613. Harl. 45 E. 26 ; 57 H. 

28. 1615. Harl. 45 E. 27. 



Langham. 15 

. 1 messuage, 1 plough-land, rents and services. John Filiole. 

I.P.M., 14 Rich. II. 22. 
, Land, &c., in, Wm. Asshe and others. Ib. 21 Hi-. II. 100 ; 

Robt. Asshefeld sen. Ib. 3 Hen. IV. 8. 
, Acquittances for castle-ward in, due to Bury St. Edmunds 

Abbey 1448. Harl. 44 D. 29 : 1454. Harl. 44 D. 30. 
, Messuage, &c., in, Agnes, wife of Wm. Duke v. Robt. Creffeld. 

E.C.P., 38 Hen. VI. 5 Edw. IV. 27, 225. 
, Rental of lands of Geo. Talbot Earl of Salop at, 24 Hen. VII. 

[1509]. Add. 14850. 

. Court of Ward and Liveries t. Eliz. D.K.R. 6. App. II. p. 22. 

, Protection to Geo. Rogell, clothier of, 1599. S.P. 345. 

. Robt. Coke cd. Cooke v. Wm. Hovell al. Smythe and another. 

C.P., ser. ii. B. xlii. 33. 

, Power of Attorney from John Jolly of, 1610. S.P. 579. 

, Confirmation of Arms and Crest to Robert Cooke of, by William 

Camden, 1612. Harl. 1172. 
, John Frost, nonconformist divine, born c. 1626 at, D.N.B. xx. 

286. 
, Petition of Sir John Trelawney as to sequestration of a 

ruinous tenement in, that will scarce fetch 150, descended to him 

by death of Eliz. Trelawney his sister by lapsed mortgage, 1646. 

S.P. Cal. of Comp. 1508. 
Included in the Bury St. Edmunds County Court 10 March 

1847. L.G. 990 ; and in the Blackbourne Highway District 20 

March 1863. L.G. 1618. 

. Bye laws by School Att. Com. 26 April 1881. L.G. 2010. 

LANGHAM v. sub Ashfield, &c., Badwell, &c., Bury St. Edmunds, 

Bury St. Edmunds, &c., Ixworth Priory, Ixworth Thorpe, &c., 

Reydon, &c., Stowlangtoft, &c., Stratford, &c. 
LANGHAM MANOR. Ric. Weltden and Eliz. his wife v. John Robhode 

of Walsham. E.C.P., 35-38 Hen. VI. 26, 351. 
. Alice Cotton d. 16 May 1525 and Sigismund Cotton son and 

heir. I.P.M. 17 Hen. VIII. 26. 
[Sigmund] Cotton d. 5 Jan. 1541 and William son and heir. 

Ib. 33 Hen. VIII. 
LANGHAM CHURCH. Bells of. E.A. i. 161. Names on gravestones 

in. Ib. vi. 316. Monuments in. Ib. vi. 366. Add. 19079. 

Sepulchral inscription of John Jollye (1630). Add. 32483. Plate. 

S.I. ix. 72, 



16 Langham. 

, Presentation of John de Hoo to. Pat. Rolls, 6 Edw. II. pt. i. 3. 

, Protection for one year to Henry de Southchurche parson of. 
Ib. 7 Edw. III. pt. i. 8. 

, Miles Rabye, clerk v. Joan Cundall wid. touch, parsonage of. 
C.P., ser. ii. B. cliv. 46. 

. Charity. 6 Jac. I. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 3, No. 24; 20 
Jac. I. Ib. Bundle 9, No. 1. 

, Presentation of James Frost to, 12 Car. II. Patent Rolls. 

D.K.R. 46. App. i. p. 52. 

. Account of the election of a curate there, 1692. Tanner xxv. 

397. 

. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. L.G. 859. 

LANGHAM CH. v. sub Hoxne Ch., &c. 

LANGHAM and HUNSTON. Appointment to try action between Ernald 
parson of Ch. of L. v. William de Langham and William son of Adam 
as to whr. 30 acre in L. and 2a. 3d. rent in H. belong to Ch. of L. or 
are the lay fee of the def ts. Pat. Rolls, 5 Hen. III. m. 3d. 

LAJSTGHAM family. S.I. vii. 49. E.A. (N.S.) iii. 392. Gipps's account 
of. S.I. viii. 178. Pedigree. Harl. 1137, 1432. Add. 19139. 

LANGHEDENA v. Langhall. 

LANGHETOT v. Stowlangtoft. 

LANGLEY. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 

LANGSTON or LANGTON (Langeston, Langestuna. Langston). Lands 
of Roger Bigot. 2 freemen and a half. Woolfer Turbin and Raven 
held 30a, and a meadow which Ralph de Turlaville now holds, 
and a freeman Alnoth in K.E.'s time held 40 which Bernard now 
holds of Bigot, and a freeman Sewin held 4a. Dom. 3416. 

LANGSTON v. sub Eye, Eye, &c., Ufford, &c. 

LANGSTON MANOR. Thomas de Holbrok. I.P.M., 34 Edw. III. 75. 

. John Holbrook. 76. 50 Edw. III. 31. 

(in Burstall) MANOE. John Bull to shew title to, 10 Eliz. M. 

Hil. Rec. Rot. 45. 

, Action by Anthony Bull v. Christopher Lawrence and others 

cone, rent charge issuing out of lands called Langston's lands, 
Langston's Gardens, and Lynden Wood, parcel of demesnes of, in 
Burstall and other towns adjoining formerly est. of Robt. Brooke 
and lady Ann Brooke his mother. C.P. i. 70. 

, Bill to quiet possession of, held by Wm. Laurence charged with 

yearly rent of 4s. to the Crown. C.P. i. 100. 



Lavenham. 17 



LANGSTON MANOR t. sub Burstall, Hintlesham, &c., Sproughton. 

LANGTON. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 

LANJNGE Family. Arms. Harl. 1449. 

LANK, a stream in Suff. mentioned. Arch. xxv. 609. 

LANTHOBN GREEN v. sub Claydon, &c., Ipswich. 

LANY family of Cratfield. Pedigree and Arms. Harl. 155 ; 1103 ; 

1449; 1560; 1820; with arms. Rawl. B. 422. Genealogical 

notes. Rawl. B. 77. Letter of Thomas Lany of Laxfield to cousin 

Mrs. Anne de Grey, Bury, 5 Dec. 1656. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 

185. 

LARDER Family. Arms. Harl. 1449. 
LARGE, LE. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 
LARGE (Thomas) and his wife. Grant to, of lands in Suffolk, 1 and 2 

P. and M. 4 Pars O. Rot. 41. 
LARKEN. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 
LARINGAHEDA a/. Laringahetha v. Lakenheath. 
LASCEFELD v. Laxfield. 
LATHAM v. Layham. 

LATHAM and LATHBURY. Pedigrees. Add. 19139. 
LATIMER of Freston. Pedigree. Add. 19139 ; Harl. 155 : 1103 : 

1177 : 1449 : 1560 ; with arms in trick, 1561. Rawl. B. 422. 
LATIMER (Lords). Pedigree. Add. 19139. 
LATIMER (Thomas son of William le) knight, acknowledges that h 

owes Sir William de la Beche 20 to be levied in default on his lands 

in Suff. Close Rolls, 12 Edw. II. 31d. 
LATTFORD v. Lackford. 
LATTON. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 

LAXTNCE. Pedigree. Add. 19139. Arms. Harl. 1560. 
LATJNDE (De la). Pedigree. Add. 19126. Gipps's account of. S.L 

viii. 153. 

LAUSELE al. Lanselle al. Lansill v. Lawshall. 
LAVENEYS and DRURIES MANORS. Kath. Drewry. I.P.M., 19 Edw* 

IV. 37. 
LAVENHAM (Lanan, Laneham, Lanham, ? Lannam ? Lauanham, 

Lauenham, Lauham, Lavynham, Levingham). 
Arch. xi. 60, xxii. 277. S.I. i. 93, 222, vii. xxvii. Guildhall 

S.I. vii. 113. The 3 Guilds at. Ib. 115. Court at. 10 Rep. Hist. 

Com. pt. iv. 91. Roman and Silver Coins found at. S.I. iv. 414. 

Fragments of Roman glass vessel found at. A.J. iii. 69. Visited 

by Suffolk Institute (1889). S.I. vii. (xxvii.) Vere family of. 

B 



18 Lavenham. 

E.A. i. 115. Branwhite family of. E.A. (N.S.) i. 76, iv. 262. 

Danne family of. Ib. i. 77, 96. Powney family of Milden Hall. 

Burke L.G. 1293. Works in connection with : '' Covenant 

Renouncers," Letters of Wm. Gurnal of, " The Weeping of the 

Inhabitants of," 1665, 4to. " An Inquiry into the Rights of the 

Poor of," by Hugh McKeon. Lond. 1829, 8vo. " Visitor's Guide 

to, and its Church,"by the Rev. Canon Scott. Bury St. Edmunds, 

1897, Svo. 
- Bequest of land at, under Ethelfleda's Will c. 991. Harl. 43 

C. 4. S.L viL 224. 
. Lands of Frodo the Abbot's brother. Alvey held in K.E.'s time 

2 carucates as a manor. Now Frodo holds of K. William 3a. meadow. 

Dom. 355. 
. Lands of Aubrey de Vere. Ulwin K.E.'s thane held 6 carucates 

as a manor. lOa. meadow, and 1 socman held 1 carucate. 1 mill 

and 3a. meadow. Dom. 418. 
. Encroachments on the King. Aubrey de Vere held 3 freemen 

under Ulwin and they had 50a. Dom. 449. 
, Thomas de Lavenham held half a fee in, of the Earl of Oxford 

and he of the King. T. de N. 292. 
, The Earl of Oxford had gallows and warren, &c., in. H.R. 

ii. 143, 152, 153. 

, Grants, &c., in t. Hen. III. t. Edw. I. Harl. 47 A. 55, 51 C. 

40, 52 I. 40, 57 B. 50. 1315. Harl. 57 C. 9 : 1316. Harl. 50 H. 

16 (do 17) : 1349. Harl. 47 E. 12, 57 C. 10. 1475. Add. Ch. 

6553 : 1507. C. 16, 17 : 1608. Harl. 57 H. 27 : 1619. Harl. 

52 E. 2, 112 A. 55, D. 25 : 1620. Harl. 52 I. 33. 1622. Harl. 85 

H. 24, 25. 1629. Harl. 57 H. 35. 1630. Harl. 53 H. 2 : 1631. 

Harl 49 E. 33, 53 H. 4. 85 H. 26, 111 D. 12 : 1632. Harl. 63 

H. 5, 111 D. 13, 17: 1634. Harl, 53 H. 8, 54 F. 48, 111 F. 45, 

112, C. 7 : 1637. Harl. 49 E. 47, 54 F. 57 : 1640. Harl. 86 1. 34, 

111 E. 24, 112 D. 26 : 1641. Harl. 53 H. 10, 85 H. 33, 111 H. 29, 

112 D. 27 : 1649. Harl. 51 E. 4, 56 C. 8, 85 H. 41 : 1757. Add. 
Ch. 10553. 

Peter le Botiller seeks to replevy to Robert de Mendham his 

(Robert's) land in. Close Rolls, 10 Edw. II. 8d. 
, Quit from toll, Robert Veer E. of Oxford. Chart. Rolls, 3 

Edw. II. 32. Matilda de Vere Countess of Oxford. Ib. 21 Rioh. II. 

Free warren in, Robert de Vere E. of Oxford. 4 Edw. III. 

37. 



Lavenham. 19 



, Land in, Robt. de Bures and Hillaria his wife. I.P.M., 5 Edw. 

III. 55. 
, Thomas le Barbour of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 10 Edw. III. 

pt. ii. 2Qd. 
, Commission on complaint of John de Veer E. of Oxford that 

Ralph de Mendham parson of the Ch. of Argham and others carried 

away his goods at, and assaulted his servants John |Taillour and 

John Ferour there. Ib. 16 Edw. III. pt. ii. 16df. 
, Nicholas Deyere and John Bakere of, mentioned. Ib. 16 

Edw. ITI. pt. ii. 16d. 
, Rich. Lavenham al. Lavyngham, Carmelite, born at, fl. 1380. 



D.N.B. xxxii. 211. 

, John Carpenter of, mentd. Pat. Rolls, 13 Rich. II. pt. i. 39. 

15 Rich. II. pt. i. 5d. 
, Pardon to John Grigge of, ' husbandman,' for outlawry. Ib. 

7 Hen. VI. pt. i. 23. 

, Market and fair in, John E. of Oxford . Chart. Rolls, 20 Hen. VI. 

, Will of John Person of, proved at Ipswich 1444-1455 fol. 77. 

, Protection to John Byrd of, 1455-6. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 415. 

, Land in, Amice wife of James Earl of Wilta. I.P.M., 35 Hen. VI. 

16. 

, Messuage, &c., at, Barth. Don v. Thos. Swan. E.C.P., 38 Hen. 

VI. 5 Edw. IV. 28, 29. 

, Release of a messuage in, 15 Edw. IV. [1475]. Add. Ch. 6553. 

, Wm. Sayer of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 16 Edw. IV. pt. i. 27. 

, General pardon to John Fermour ' gentilman ' of. Ib. 19 

Edw. IV. 15. 

, Ministers' accts. of land in, of Duchy of Lancaster. Ante Hen. 

VII. Bundle 41, No. 803. 
, 8 acres in, worth 20s. held of John Earl of Oxford by fealty 

and 2s. rent vested in Thomas Spryng who d. 28 Sept. 2 |Hen. VII. 

and Thomas Spryng aged 30 son and heir. Inquis.. 2 Hen. VII. 

234. 

, Will of Will. Jacob of, proved Canterbury 1500-1. 8 Rep.' Hist. 

Com. 334. 

, Copy Will of Robert Welymet of [1502]. 8 Rep. Hist. Com. 335. 

, Killing of game in, Park and assault. Anne Countess of Oxford 

v. Robert Rochewode. StarC.P., Hen. VIII. Bundle 27, 113. 

, Killing of game in, Park. Anne dowager countess of Oxford 

i. John Cooppyng and others. Star C.P., Hen. VIII. Bundle 28, 2. 



20 Lavenham. 

. Court of Wards and Liveries t. Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 6. App. 

ii. p. 66. 
, Exemption from serving on juries, &c., for John Spryng of. 

S.P. 8 Hen. VIII. 2005. 
. Inquis. p.m. of Thomas Spryng of, merch. 14-15 Hen. VIII. 

D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 124. 
, Earl of Oxford and Sir (John) Raynsforthe at. S.P. 15 Hen. 

VIII. 106 (4). 
^, Rebellious inhabitants of. S.P. 17 Hen. VIII. 1319, 132% 

1329. 
, Seven men of, examined under oath of secrecy whether there 

were any persons in that neighbourhood who used seditious words 

or secret assemblies. S.P. 19 Hen. VIII. 3703. 

, Duke of Oxford to keep order at, 1536. S.P. 625. 

, Cromwell's accts. 1537. Spring of Lanan by John Gresham 

14, 1539. S.P. 782 (p. 323). 
. Inquis. p.m. of Robert Grome of, cloth maker, 31-32 Hen. VIII. 

D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 127. 
, Grant to Sir Percival Harte of all possessions of late mon. of 

Darteford, Kent, in, 1540. S.P. 1540, 282 (15). 
. Inq. p.m. on John Hunt of, 34-35 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. 

App. ii. p. 128. 
. Charity. A.D. 1551. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 20, No. 23. 

15 Car. I. 76. Bundle 17, No. 20. 
, Sir Clement Heigham, judge, son of Clement Heigham of, died 

1570. D.N.B. xxv. 368. 
, Geo. Ruggle, author of " Ignoramus," baptised 1575 at. D.N.B. 

xlix. 392. 
, Mortgage by Roger Groome of a tenement called Ostlers and a 

piece of land called Dovehouse Meadow al. Church Meadow in, 1591. 

S.I. ii. 212. 
, Recommendation of the Parish of, that the son of William 

Bretton may kill Flesh, during the time of Lent, 1593. Harl. 98. 
, Testimony of the inhabitants of, touching the good demeanour 

of one Grainger's wife, an old Victualler there, 1593. Harl.|98. 
, Action by Robert Smythe and wife and Mable Whatlock against 

John Whattocke and others to carry into effect a will relating to a 

messuage in. C.P. iii. 65. 
, Sale of goods in, by Simon Westrip to Paul D'Ewes, 1622. 

Harl. 98. 



Lavenham. 21 



, Articles of Agreement between Paul D'Ewes and Edmund 

Browne as to reparations, &c., at, 21 Jac. I. Harl. 98. 

. , Fines in, 1625. Harl. 49 E. 15 : 1631. Harl. 49 E. 28, 29, 

111 H. 34 : 1632. Harl. 49 E. 31, 56 C. 5, T. 17-18, 86, I. 60 : 
1641. Harl. 49 R 2, 29. 

, Petition of Inhabitants of, to the Judges at the Assizes at Bury, 

1627 praying redress of grievances occasioned by their Head- 
boroughs. Harl. 98. 

, Licence to sell tobacco in, to Win. Dene 1634. Chancery. 

D.K.R. 48. App. p. 499. 

, Bankruptcy of George Ruggle of, 1635. Harl. 97. 

, Certifcate that Rich. Dewes of, voluntarily took oath of 

allegiance, 1637. S.P. 157. 1641. S.P. 60. 

, Pass signed for Rich. Dewes of, to travel for 3 years into foreign 

parts, 1637. S.P. 170. 

, Case between Baxter and Sir Simon D'Ewes as to a piece of 

land in, called the Saffron-Paine [1644]. Harl. 99. 

, Letters, William Gurnall to Sir Simon D'Ewes 1644. Harl. 

374. 

, Vise. Molineux desires discharge of sequestration as to lands in, 

1646. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 1347. 

, Discharge of Saul, keeper of inn at, 1649. S.P. 127. 

, Warrant to arrest master and mistress of Greyhound 

Inn, 1649. S.P. 530. 

, Bargain and Sale of Malthouse and Kiln at, between William 

Canham and Edward Porter 1649. Harl. 98. 

, George Frost of, petition to Committee of Recusants' lands. 

Tenant of lands of Lady Carill, 1650. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 2257- 

, Sir Thomas Bowes and Arthur Barnardistone executors of Sir 

Simon D'Ewes beg discharge of the sequestration of a messuage 
&c., in, which Paul D'Ewes and Richard his second son purchased 
of Thomas Skinner by deed 5 Car. the reversion whereof descended 
to Sir Simon as brother to Richard. By same deed Dame Mary 
Skinner wid. of Sir Thos. Skinner had a jointure of all the said 
messuage, &c., for life and two-thirds were sequestered for her 
recusancy ; she died in May 1652, 1653. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 1962. 

, John Wray and Dame Elizabeth his wife wid. of Sir Simon 

D'Ewes beg discharge of two-thirds of messuage and land in, being 
devised by will of Sir Simon to his widow for her jointure, 
1654. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 1962. 



22 Lavenham. 

, Sir Willoughby D'Ewes infant and his mother and guardian 

Dame Elizabeth then wife of John Wray petitions, 1654. 76. 

, Peregrine Branwhite, minor poet, baptised 1745 at. D.N.B. vi. 

229. 
, Wm. Blair, surgeon, born 1766 at. D.N.B. v. 168. 

, Sir Thos. Cooke, lord mayor of London, son of Robt. Cooke of. 

76. xii. 94. 

, Isaac Taylor of Stanford Rivers, artist, author and inventor 



born 1787 at. D.N.B. Iv. 417. 

, Jeffreys Taylor, writer for children, born 1792 at. Ib. 422. 

, Trusts for the Methodists at. Trust Deed. 57 Geo. III. 74, 9. 

, An Inquiry into the Rights of the Poor by Hugh McKeon. 8w. 

Lond. 1829. 
, Act enabling Colchester, Stour Valley, Sudbury and Halstead 

Railway Company to make an Extension Railway from, to Bury 

St. Edmunds. (Local and pers.) 10 and 11 Viet. o. 18. 

. School at. Trust Deed. 1840, 167, 16. 

. Included in the Sudbury County Court 10 March 1847. L.G. 

990. 
, Two pieces of land in, for scholastic purposes. Trust Deed. 

1854, 22, 14. 

. Chapel registered for marriages 1859. L.G. 1189. 

, British School at, declaration of Trust, 1862. 217, 7. 

, In the Lavenham Highway District 1863. L.G. 1620. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 1881. L.G. 1696. 

. Burial Orders. 1892, L.G. 6170. 

LAVENHAM v. sub Boxford, Cockfield, &c., Edwardston, Fakenham, &c., 

Ipswich, &c., Melford, &c., Polstead, &c., Preston, &c., Stratford, &c., 

Sudbury. 

LAVENHAM (Overhall and Netherhall Manors in) v. sub Aldeham Manor. 
LAVENHAM MANOR. Arbitration between Paul D'Ewes and William 

Playne as to a fine for lands in. Harl. 98. 
, Papers relating to suit between Paul D'Ewes and tenants of, 

as to pulling down all the houses of the borough. Harl. 597. 

, Accounts of Edward Porter Bailiff of. Harl. 6709. 

, The Earl of Oxford held, in chief of the King as appurtenant 

to his Barony. H.R, ii. 142, 150. 
, Fairs confirmed, Robert de Veer E. of Oxford. Chart. Rolls, 

18 Edw. I. 18. 
Extent. Robert de Vere, E. of Oxford. I.P.M., 24 Edw. I. 62. 



Lavenham. 23 



, Writ to the bailiff of St. Edmund, reciting a grant to Robt. 
de Veer, Earl of Oxford, releasing his tenants, &c., of, from paying 
toll throughout the kingdom, and commanding the bailiff not to 
molest or distrain for toll when the said tenants shall come to St. 
Edmund's, 4 Edw. III. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 352. 

, Overhall Manor and Netherhall Manor in, Robt. de Veere Earl 
of Oxford. I.P.M., 5 Edw. III. 71. 

, The King took homage of John de Veer for the Manors of Lane- 
ham Overhall and Laneham Netherhall in. 0., 5 Edw. III. 40. 

, Netheral and Overhall in, John de Veer E. of Oxford. I. P.M., 



34 Edw. III. 84. 

. Matilda wife of John de Veer E. of Oxford . 76. 40 Edw. III. 38. 
, Overhall in, Thomas de Veer E. of Oxford. Ib. 45 Edw. III. 45. 
, The King assigned to Malilda who was wife of Thomas de Veer 

late E. of Oxford the Manor of Overhall in, as to 28li. 14s. 3, the 

manor of Netherhall in, as to 4 Ii. 3s. 2d. in dower. 0., 45 Edw. III. 

26. 
, Licence to enfeoff William bp. of Winchester and others of, 

held in chief. Pat. Rolls, 8 Rich. II. pt. ii. 16. 
. Insp. and conf. of Letters-pat. 5 July 21 Rich. II. 

inspecting and conf. a charter dated at Gloucester 18 Aug. 3 Edw. III. 

(Chart. Rolls, 3 Edw. III. 32) granting to Robert de VeerE. of Oxford, 

that his men and tenants of, shall be quit of toll throughout the 

realm. Ib. 1 Hen. IV. pt. iii. 31. 
, Overhall and Netherhall Manors in, Matilda wife of Thos. de 

Veer late Ear] of Oxford, daur. of Rad. Ufford. I.P.M., 14 Hen. IV. 

17. 
, Overhall and Netherhall Manors in, Ric. de Veer, Earl of Oxford. 

Ib. 4 Hen. V. 53. 
, Overhall Manor in, and advowson of Church. Netherhall 

Manor extent, Alice late Countess of Oxford. Ib. 30 Hen. VI. 14. 
, Netherhall Manor in, Wm. Cressiner. 76. 32 Hen. VI. 16. 
, Manors of Overhall and Netherhall in, forfeited by the Earl of 



Oxford, 1462. R.P. vi. 228. granted to Duke of Glouc. 'Ib. 
, Conveyance of, 1466. Harl. 57, c. 14. 
And advowson of church. John Earl of Oxford. I.P.M., 15 

Edw. IV. 28. 
, Grant for life to John Howard Knt. (John Lord Howarde) 

of office of Steward of, and 10 yearly for said office from. Pat. Rolls,. 

15 Edw. IV. pt. ii. 84. 



24 Lavenham. 

, Grant for life to John Rysley, of office of bailiff of the King's, 

receiving accustomed fees at hands of King's receiver there. Ib. 

15 Edw. IV. pt. ii. 19. 
, Grant to Eliz. Queen of England, Rich. Bp. of Salisbury, and 

Wm. Dudley, dean of chapel of the household, and their assigns of 

the lordship of, late of John late Earl of Oxford, and in the King's 

hands by forfeiture. Ib. 15 Edw. IV. pt. ii. 10 ; pt. iii. 6. 
, Grant for life to Thos. Canceller of office of receiver of, with 

their members late of John late earl of Oxford and in the King's hands 

by forfeiture, receiving 10 marks yearly from issues of same with 

all other profits. Ib. 15 Edw. IV. pt. iii. 10. 
, Grant to John D. of Norf. in tail male of. Ib. 1 Rich. III. pt. i. 

18. in tail 1484-5. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 113. 

, Compotus of, 1511-12. Harl. Roll. H. 15. 

, Conveyance, &c., of Overhall and Netherhall manors, &c., in, 

with the advowson 1583. Harl. 57 H. 18 : 1608. Harl. 85 

H. 23: 1612. Harl. Ill H. 38 : 1632. Harl. 57 H. 37 : 1641. 

Harl. Ill H. 16, 28 : 1648. Harl. Ill H. 17. 
, Action by Christopher Goodwyn messenger of the Court of 

wards and liveries against Thomas Skynner and Edward Bakon to 

be quieted in possession of stewardship or keeping of the Courts of, 

granted to pltf. by Thomas Skynner late Lord mayor of London dec. 

father of defendant Skynner lord of said manor. C.P. i. 344. 
, Agreement in Chancery between Paul D'Ewes, Lord of the 

Manor, and the inhabitants of, as to custom of the town as tenants 

to be dispunishable for waste, 7 Jac. I. Harl. 99. 

, Bond for yearly fines of, 1612. Harl. 58 H. 26. 

, Claim by Crown on Paul Dewes for forfeiture of, 13 Jac. I. 

M. Hil. Rec. Rot. 226. 

, Entail of, &c., 1616. Harl. 111. F. 33. 
, Acquittances for homage of manors, &c., in, 1621, 1624, 1628, 

1632, 1633, 1634, 1635. Harl. 49. E. 13, 14 : E. 19 : E. 32, 35 ; 

E. 21; E. 22; E. 43. 
, Account of Fines collected at Court Baron in, 1622 for case of 

Paul D'Ewes, Lord of the Manor. Harl. 99. 
. Book of court rolls 1631, &c. Harl. 362. 

. Court rolls, 1635-1650, 1660-1667. Harl. Rolls, H. 

16-10. 

. Extracts from court rolls, 1497-1608. Harl. 55, H. 30-37. 

1636-1638. Harl. 58, E. 51, 52. 



Lavenham. 25 



, Draft of the condition of Bond of 400 of Thomas Jarvis to Sir 

Simon D'Ewes 1638 for his collecting quit rents of. Harl. 98. 

. Rental 1797. Add. 19188. 

LAVBNHAM MANOR v. sub D'Ewes (Paul). 

LAVENHAM HALL. Visited by Suff. Inst. 1877. S.I. vi. 312. 

LAVENHAM HALL and PARK. Grant of custody of the park warren 
and woods, 1360. Harl. 57 C. 11. 

, Appointment during pleasure, to John Wykes, as receiver and 

approver of, late of John Earl of Oxford, and forfeited to the Crown 
by his rebellion, receiving accustomed fees from issues of the manor. 
Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. IV. pt. i. 21. 

, Purchase by Sir Simon D'Ewes of Thomas Skynmer of 148 

acres part of, and receipt for 1500. Harl. 97. 

, Covenants between Sir Simons D'Ewes and John Scott on demise 

of Hall and part of Park 1636-7. Harl. 98. 

, Petition of Sir Simon D'Ewes to Lord Coventry, Lord Keeper 

concerning the tithes. Harl. 97. 

, Examination of Thos. Skinner son of Sir Thos. Skinner of, 1616. 

S.P. 351. 

, Acquittance by Charles Skinner of annuity out of, 1649. Harl. 

97. 

LAVENHAM CHURCH. Gent. M. 1787 pt. i. 377-79 : 1839, pt. ii. 240 : 
1839. pt. ii. 351, 352 : 1840, pt. i. 142 : 1787, pt. ii. 680 ; 1861. 
pt. ii. 364. Notes on. Tanner colx. 164. Add. 1301, 5829. S.I. 
. vi. 105, vi. 225. Description of. E.A. i. 332-362. S.I. vi. 114. 
Notes on. Ib. 105. View of. S.I. ix. 370. Specimens of Gothic 
Ornament selected from Forty Plates [Isaac Taylor]. Lond. 1796. 
4to. Arms in. S.I. vi. 121-123. Vestry built by Thomas Spring 
the 2nd. Ib. 116. Chantry Chapel in. Ib. 117. Tower of. Ib. 
127, ix. 370, 371. Bells. S.I. vi. 127. Tenor bell. A.J. xlviii. 89. 
Ringers' jugs. E.A. i. 285. Rood-screen in. Ib. iii. 317. S.I. 
vi. 117. Stone cross in. E.A. (N. S.) i. 11, 47a. Library in. 
E.A. i. 35. Dagger found in. B.A.A. xxxiv. 249. Coins found in. 
Ib. xxxvi. 104. A Poem by R. Ribbans on. Ipswich 1822, 4to. 
Monuments in. Add. 19077, 19078. E.A. i. 332, 362. of Chrysom 
child in. E.A. viii. 49. Sepulchral brasses 1486-1631. (Thomas 
Spryng]1486 and Allaine Dister and family c. 1570.) Add. 32483, 
32490. Epitaph hi. N. and Q., ix. 369, x. 50. Epitaph of John 
Wiles. S.I. vi. 129. Brass of Chrysom child. S.I. vi. 115. of 
Allaine Dister. Ib. 119. Slabs to members of family of Culpeck, 



26 Lavenham. 

Novell, Buck, Tyrell, Steward, Davy, Squire and Spring. 76. 

Windows of. Ib. 114. Plate. S.I. ix. 30. List of Rectors 

S.I. vi. 111. Rev. Wm. Gurnall Rector of. N. and Q., ser. vi. 

414, 544, x. 404. Thomas Kinnersley rector. Tanner xx. 30. 

Suit as to tithes E. of Oxford and Dr. Copinger. S.I. vi. 112. 

Visited by Suffolk Institute (1889). S.I. vii. (xxvii.). 

. Rector, t. Edw. I. Godefridus. Harl. 52 I. 49 : 1315. 

Dom. Rob. de Eisenham. Harl. 57 C. 9 -.Persone. 1360. Sire 

William. Harl. 57 C. 11. 
. Master Nicholas de Witcherch rector of, witness to 

a charter 18 Jan. 2 Edw. II. Pat. Rolls 11 Edw. II. pt. i. 6. 
Ratification of estate of John Sad as parson of. Ib. 3 Hen. VI. 

pt. i. 14. He is mentioned as a surety. Ib. 7 Hen. VI. pt. i. 3. 

. Clericus. 1476. Rob. Hervi. Add. Ch. 10525. 

, Licence for Thomas Jermyn executor of Thomas Spring to erect 

a chantry in, t. Hen. VIII. S.I. vi. 118. 
, Grant in tail to Earl of Oxford of 33s. 4<Z. from, 1536. S.P. 202 

(45). 

, Entail of the rectory, &o., 1611. Harl. Ill, F. 33. 

, Advowson purchased by Masters and fellows of Gonville and 

Caius Coll. Camb., 1713. S.I. vi. 111. 

, Letter to James Buck Rector of, 1823. Add. 34712. 

. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. 

L.G. 859. 
LAVENHAM, Deanery of. Church Plate, by Rev. Canon Betham. 

S.I. ix. 26. 
LAVENHAM and ACTON. Release by John son of John de Lavenham 

to William de Lavenham of all right in lands in, of the inheritance 

of John de Lavenham his father to wit, 2 messuages 70 acres of land 

4 meadow 5 pasture 1 wood and Id rent. Close Rolls, 11 Edw. III. 

pt i. 21d. 

LAVENHAM and COCKFTELD. Meeting of Suff. Institute 1877. S.I. v. 312. 
LAVENHAM, COCKFTELD, THORPE, PRESTON. Grant by Robert de 

Laneham, son of Robert de Laneham to Sir Robert de Bures, and 

Andrew de Bures his son of all his lands in, 9 Edw. II. C. 1999. 
LAVENHAM, OVERHALL LAVENHAM NETHERHALL and ALDHAM 

MANORS. Licence for John de Veer E. of Oxford to enfeoff Sir 

William Crocheman and Richard de Stoke of, said to be held in 

chief and for them to regrantto him, Matilda his wife and his heirs. 

Pat. Rolls, 10 Edw. III. pt. i. 36. 



Laivshall. 27 

LAVENHAM and WYRDELINTON MANORS. Grant to John D. of Norf. 

in tail male of, held by trustees of the King's grant for 7 years from 

1 Rich. III. for payment of debts of Henry late D. of Buckingham. 

Ib. 2 Rich. III. pt. ii. 22. 
LAVENHAM OVERHAUL, LAVENHAM NETHERHALL, ALDHAM, MEND- 

HAM MANORS. Licence for John de Veer E. of Oxford to enfeoff 

Richard de Stoke and John Fermer of, all held in chief and for them 

to regrant to him and Matilda his wife in tail except the Manor of 

Mendham and this to John his son and Elizabeth wife of the said 

John in tail with remainder to the right heirs of the Earl. Ib. 15 

Edw. III. pt. ii. 28. 
LAVENHAM, MENDHAM, TADYNGSTON, COKEFELD, ALDENHAM and 

PRESTON MANORS. Grant to Rich, duke of Gloucester and heirs 

male of his body of, also manors of Chardeacre, Herthurst, Gifford, 

Boxstede, and Shelley. Ib. 11 Edw. IV. pt. ii. 22. 
LAVENHAM. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 
LAVYNGHAM (Richard) of Suff. S.I. x. 201. 
LAWARRE (John) acknowledges that he owes Robert de Brunnesdon 

and Roger de Ripariis 100 to be levied in default on hia lands in 

Suff. Close Rolls, 6 Edw. II. Qd. 

LAWDE al. Lowde Family. Arms. Harl. 1449 ; 1560. 
LAWENEY. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 
LAWENEY (Wm.) of Suffolk. Letters of attorney to, going abroad, 

1433-4. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 300. 
LAWFORD-HALL MANOR. Rental of, belonging to Edward Walde- 

grave, 1603-4. Add. 34649. 
LAWRENCE of Brockdish 'and LAWRENCE of Rumburgh. Pedigrees. 

Add. 19139. 

LAWRENCE of Syleham. Pedigree. Tanner, clxxx. 24. 
LAWNES MANOR (probably the manor of this name in Rougham) in 

Rougham, Beketon, Heggesset, Bradfeld and Drynkeston. Kath. 

Drewry. I.P.M., 19 Edw. IV. 37. 
LAWSHALL (Lansele ?, Lausel, Lausele, Lausell, Lauselle, Laushalle, 

Laushill, Laushille, Laushull, Laushulle, Lausill, Lawcell, Laweshill, 

Laweshille, Lawesselam (Lawishille), Lawsall, Lawschyll, Lawsele, 

Lawsell, Losam (?) ). 

. Ministers' accounts. Bundle 880, No. 25, 27. 

. Lands of St. Benedict of Ramsey. In K.E.'s time 8 earuoates 

as a manor 8a. meadow. A church living with 30a. Dom. 

3786. 



28 LawshaU. 

, Grant by Lambert son of Robert son of Andrew de Stanefeld, 

to Robert Saxi, of all his wood called ' Appedehey,' in. A. 3622. 
, Grant by Robert de Gravele to Geoffrey de Lundres of 2 acres 

in the field called ' Botmelond ' in, by land of Pagana, Robert's 

mother, abutting on the street leading from his house to Lansell 

Hall ; paying 3s. yearly. A. 3694. 
, Grant by Walter de Stivecle to the Abbey of Ramsey of a 

tillage called ' Flaxleie ' adjoining ' le Scrublond ' and abutting 

on the tillage called ' Overescrublond ' in. A. 3719. 
, Grant by Robert Rodland to the Abbey of Ramsey, in frank 

almoin of land in. A. 3756. 
, Grant in frank almoin by Walter de la Wylde of, to Sir William, 

the abbot, and the Convent of Ramesey, of a yearly rent of Id. in. 

A. 5083. 
, Grant in frank almoin by William de Aningfeud, to Sir Wm. the 

Abbot, and the Convent of Ramsey, of a tillage called ' Shortcroft ' 

in. A. 5105. 
, Grant by Stephen son of Luke the goldsmith, to the Abbey of 

Ramsey in frank almoin, of the messuage formerly of Walter de la 

Wilde, in. A. 3511. 
, Release by Richard the clerk, s. of John the clerk, of, to Sir 

William the abbot, and the convent of Ramseye, in frank almoin 

of his right in the tenement which belonged to his father in. A. 7173. 
, Grant by John son of John the clerk of . . to the 

Abbey of Ramsey of rent in kind from lands in. B. 1865. 
, Release by John son of John the clerk of L. to St. Benedict's 

Ramsey, and Henry de Norhamton the chamberlain of Ramesey, 

of right to land in. B. 1874. 
, Order of Hen. II. to sheriff and ministers of Sufi, to allow, a 

town of St. Benedict Ramsey, and all its men to be quit of shire 

and hundred courts and pleas, and all other suits except murder 

and theft and that it shall have soc and sac, toll and team and 

infangeneteof and all other customs as in the time of K. Henry his 

grandfather [1155 ?]. A. 6288. 
, The Abbot of Ramsey claimed to have gallows and warren in. 

H.R. ii. 143, 153, 195. 
Grants &c. in/. Hen.IIL t. Edw. I. Harl. 52 A. 28 B. 17 (do) 

1329. Add. Ch. 24655, 24656 (do). 
, Charters relating to lands in, held by Ramsey Abbey 1254-1352. 

Add. Ch. 34259-64. 



Lawshall. 29 

, John son of Simon Herebert v. Walter Herebert and others, 

touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls,4 Edw. I. 4d. 

. Receipt for purchase money, 1276. A. 3603. 

, John son of Simon Hereberd and others, touch, a tenement in. 

Pat. Rolls, 5 Edw. I. 12. 
, Lettice late wife of Robert de Holemere v. John Aumbreys 

touch, a tenement in. 76. 7 Edw. I. 2Qd. 
} Reeve, bailiff and collectors' accounts of lands of Abbey of 

Ramsey in. Ministers' accounts. 7 Edw. I. to 2 Hen. V. Bundle 

1001, No. 7-17. Bundle 1002, No. 1-7. 
, Free warren in, Robert Bradfeud. Chart. Rolls, 13 Edw. I. 

65. 

, Free warren in, William de Haningfeld. Ib. 29 Edw. I. 14. 

, Release by Rose late wife of Wm. le Scriveyn of, to Sir John, 

abt. of Ramesey of her right in a third of copse next App .... 

which her sd. husband sold to Rich, de Saxham. 2 Edw. II. A. 

8075. 
, Grant by Robt. Walter of, to Simon and Hugh, sons of Robert 

the smith of, of land in, between the roads called respectively 

' Brunitofveye ' and ' Brakyngveye.' 10 Edw. II. A. 7235. 
, The abbot of Ramsey gave to John Sperner of Wardeboys and 

Lora his wife 1 messuage and certain lands in. I.Q.D., 17 Edw. III. 

28. 
, Licence to Abbot oi Ramsey to grant to John Sperner of, and 

Lora his wife a messuage 24a. of land and 3a. of wood in, held in 

chief to hold in survivorship. Pat.^Rolls, 18 Edw. III. pt. i. 37. 
, Pardon to Robert de Talworth for robbery of Simon de Lelleseye 

at, by night. Ib. 19 Edw. III. pt. i. 11. 
, 21 acres, &c., in, Abbey of Rameseye for John Kyng and Ali 



his wife. I.P.M., 26 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 27. 
, Wm. Woode to Cromwell asking to have by gift or purchase 

a farm of 8 a year at, whicfrhe had^of the Abbey of Ramsey. Will 

bequeath to Cromwell all he gets^through^him, 1539. S.P. 566. 
, Claim under settlement by^John^Flower and Dorothy his wife 

and others to a messuage and lands in, late'estate of SimonjWhyffyn 

and by him conveyed to certain uses. C.P. i. 288. 
, Action by John Potter against Daniel Wrighte to redeem land 

in, holden by pltf. of manor of, and mortgaged by him to deft. 

C.P. ii. 365. 
, Precipe on a covenant cone, lands in, 1578. Add. Ch. 25361. 



30 Law shall. 

. Charity 15 Car. I. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 17, No. 20. Dep. 
Bundle 20, No. 4 ; 13 Car. II. 76. Bundle 26, No. 7. 
, Letter of Martha Brewster of, to Gawdy, 1661. Eger. 2717. 



LAWSHALL v. sub Acton Manor, Brockley, &c., Coldham Hall Manor, 
Kersey, &c., Onehouse, &c., Stanningfield, &c. 

LAWSHALL MANOR. Bond in 20 marks by Wm. Herberd of, to abbot 
of Ramsey to maintain the sons and messuage of late Alexander 
Hunning in as good or better state than when he first had access to 
the wife of said Alex.; for this and other things the said abbot and 
convent have granted him the custody of the boys and tenement 
until any of the said boys come to the age at which, by the custom 
of, he can hold land, and then he shall have half the land and 
messuage, and the other half shall remain to the said Wm. and his 
wife, for her life, and after her decease the sd. Wm. shall have 
nothing further therein. 53 Hen. III. A. 7487. 

, The Abbot of Ramsey held in chief of the King and it pertained 

to the barony of Ramsey. H.R. ii. 142, 150. 

. Court Rolls. 38, 40, 41 Edw. III. 2 Rich. II., 1 to 4 , 14 Hen. 

VII., 6 to 9, 11, 12, 25, 26 Hen. VIII. P.R.O., Portfolio 203, 97. 

. Court-roll, 1466. Add. Roll, 34933. 

-, Particulars of farm of, and woods of, for grant to John Ryther, 

37 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 262. 

, Claim by Crown on Elizabeth Drury wid. and Henry her son for 

forfeiture of, 13 Eliz. M. Mich. Rec. Rot. 81. 

, Claims by John Elye and Mary his wife against George Barrell 

to lands held of, late the estate of Alice Underwood mother of pltf. 

Mary. C.P. i. 272. 

, Action by Margaret Goldinge wid. against William Bradley and 

others as to messuage and land held of, of which deft. Edward 
Rookwood is lord. C.P. i. 354. 

, Touching discharge of parts of rent of 100 out of, 9 Jao. I. 

M. mi. Rec. Rot. 174. 

LAWSHALL MANOR v. sub Brockley, &c. 

LAWSHALL CHTTBCH. Monuments in. Add. 19077, 19078. Plate. 
S.I. ix. 30. 

, Presentation of Henry de Langeton to the chapel of St. James, 

in King's gift by reason of the lands of William de Monte Caniso 
of Edwardston being in his hands. Pat. Rolls, 24 Edw. I. 5. 
, Valuation of, for grant to John Ryther, 37 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 
10. App. ii. p. 262. 



Laxfidd. 31 

, Petition of Edward Brewster as to securing tithes and other 

profits of Jiving, 1660. 7 Repj Hist. Com. 105. 
. Rectory and parish. Tithes. John Cock and others, v. 

Stephen Caniborne. 2 Jas. II, at Lawshall. Exch. dep. Ditto 

3 Jas. II. 
, Petition of Rich. Annis to the King for a presentation to, having 

been presented by Sir John Lea patron on death of Edw. Brewster, 

but said Lea then outlawed for debt, 1668. S.P. 14. Presentation. 

76. 30. 
LAWSHALL and HAWKSTEAD. Rent out of, Robert de Walepole. 

Chart. Rolls, 52 Hen. III. 11. 
LAWSHALL, HAWSTEAD and BROCKLEY. Claim under a will by William 

Jarvys against Thomas Shorte and Thomas Rockytt as to capital 

messuage in Brockley and lands thereto belonging in, late estate of 

Robert Jarvys the testator. C.P. ii. 102. 
LAWSHALL and NAUGHTON al. Baxsters. 20s. issuing out of, Cath. 

de la Pole and others, v. Sir John Doreward and Wm. Doreward. 

E.C.P., 5 Edw. IV. 49 Hen. VI. 33, 135. 
LAWTON of Ipswich. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 
LAWYS (Thomas). Power to, to give seisin in cos. Norf. and Suff. 

1434. Stowe Ch. 176. 
LAXFIELD (Lascefeld, Laxefeld, Laxefelda, Laxefelde, Laxfeld, Lax- 

felde, Laxfeud, Laxford, Lixfeld, Loxfield). 
. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ii. 183, 185, pt. iv. 462, 578. Flint 

weapons found at. A.J. xii. 287. Henry North of. 10 Rep. Hist. 

Com. pt. iv. 462. Extract from Will of R. Dowyning of. E.A. 

(N.S.) ii. 16. 
. Lands of Robert Maleffs mother, Edric held 6 carucates and 

80a. 27a. meadow. A church with 43a. and Walter holds of this 

manor 3 villans with 50a. Loernic holds 40a. Dom. 328&. 
, The men of, pay 20 marks for confirmation of assart granted 

them by Henry Duke of Lothi. Abbr. of PI. 10 John, East and 

Trin. 14. 
, Robert son of Osbert to show cause why he made intrusion 

upon the King's serjeanty in, held by Eustace the parker. Roger 

justifies under a grant of the town of Laxefeld to him by Count 

Saresb, when he held the honor of Eye and after the seizure of 

the sd. honor by the King under a grant by Robert de Bugat' 

on behalf of the King. 76. 10 John, East, and Trin. 6 
, John de Swynesthorp held. H.R. ii. 186. 



32 Laxfield. 

, Order in action between Margaret de Colevill and Henry de la 

Ho . . . as to a moiety of 1 carucate in, claimed in dower. 
Pat. Rolls, 9 Hen. III. Id. 

, Richard son and heir of Henry de Swynesthorp. Chart. Rolls, 



20 Hen. III. 9. 

, Stadhaugh (Stodhay) in, rent in. Ib. 
, Sabina Wade v. Richard Wade and others, touching a tenement 



in. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. 12. 
, Roger son of Nicholas de HanvilP v. Mary de Hanvill' touch. 

a tenement in. Ib. 1 Edw. I. 2d. 
, Robert de Flore and Alice his wife v. Mary de Hanvill, &c., 

touch, a tenement in. Ib. 1 Edw. I. 3d. 
, Stephen Daniel of Laxfield v. William de Mont-Chesney and 



others, touch, a tenement in. 76. 4 Edw. I. 12d. 
, Stephen Daniel of Laxfield v. Walter de Ubbeston and others 

touch, a tenement in. Ib. 4 Edw. I. 22d. 
, Peter Wade of, acknowledges that he owes Matthew de Homeres- 

feld 100 to be levied in default on his lands in Suffolk. Close Rolls, 

5 Edw. I. 9d. 
, John Dunewald v. John Fitz Constance and others, touch, a 

messuage and land in. Pat. Rolls, 6 Edw. I. Zd. 
, Andrew du Pont v. William de Mont Chesney, touch, a tene- 
ment hi. Ib. 9 Edw. I. IQd. 
, Grants, &c., in, 1297. Harl. 56 B. 14 : 1354. Add. Ch. 9625 : 

1433. Add. Ch. 10456 : 1542. Add. Ch. 5518 : 1545. Add 

Ch. 5519 : 1591. Add. Ch. 7653. 
, Assault by John " of Hebrigge " of Laxford and others upon 

John de Hoo of L. at, Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. II. 2d. ; 5 Edw. IL 

pt. i. 14d. 
, John de Hoo of, and Robert Osborne of Tatyngton acknowledge 

they owe William son of William Malyn of Ipswich 60 to be levied 

in default on their lands hi Suffolk. Close Rolls, 12 Edw. III. 

pt. ii. 23d. 
, Roger Gerveys of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 12 Edw. III. pt. ii. 

29. 

, Deeds relating to, 1345-1614. Add. Ch. 32924-32932. 
, Grant of Stodawe manor hi, 1375. Harl. 49 D. 33. 

, Stodhagh Manor hi, as of Honor of Eye. Robt. Carbonell and 

Margt. his wife. I.P.M., 21 Ric. II. 14. 

, John Topyn of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 2 Hen. VI. pt. i. 29. 



Laxfield. 33 

, Release by Margery relict of Geoffrey Dousyng to Robert 

Smyth of all right in land in ' le Parkfeld' one piece being called 
' Cokkyslond ' in, 10 Hen. VI. A. 3542. 

, Wills of residents of, proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Thomas 

Alepote fol. 164. Edmund Conwalde fol. 172. John Dowsinge 
fol. 43. Agnes Dowlinge fol. 141. Robert Ileme fol. 202. God- 
fridus Kempe fol. 10. Roger Lynde fol. 102. 1458-1477. Hugo 
Artis fol. 332. John Chrispe fol. 65. Roger Clerke fol. 310. 
William Cove fol. 191. Edmund Cowper fol. 4o. Robert Cowper 
fol. 198. Wm. Dowsing fol. 68. William Dubbing fol. 230. 
John Edward fol. 197. Simon Fiske fol. 117. William Fiske fol. 
86. Alice Kemp fol. 29. Thomas Larke fol. 212. William 
Markant fol. 244. Robert Peares fol. 34. Joan Russell fol. 153 
Joan Shelton fol. 125. Henry Smith fol. 125. William Smirthe 
fol. 146. 

, Messuage, land, &c., in, Wm. Foster v. Nich. Noloth of. .E.C.P. 

35-38 Hen. VI. 26356. 

, Market and fair in, Sir John Wingfield. Chart. Rolls, 11, 12, 

13 and 14 Edw. IV. 8. 

, Will of Margaret Fiske of, 1504. E.A. iv. 194. 

, Waltersdale Manor in, Sir Anthony Rous d. 8 Feb. 1545 and 

Thomas son and heir. I. P.M., 1 Edw. VI. 

, Particulars of woods and farms in, for grant to Andrew Manfeld, 

38 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 236. 

, Inquis. p.m. of John Dowsyng of, 4 and 5 Edw. VI. Ib. p. 129. 

, Action by Thomas Fowks against John Smith to support title 

by purchase to freeholds in, and copyholds in, held of Sir Anthony 
Wingfield lord of the manor of, and purchased by pltf. of Robert 
Smith dec. C.P. i. 310. 

. Crispin Dawling and others v. John Smithe..and another. 

C.P. ser. ii. B. Iv. 7. 

. John Smythe v. Thos. Dowsinge al. Smythe. C.P., ser. ii. 

B. clx. 69. 

, Letter of Henry Hervy of, to John Hobart as to nephew Hen. 

North, 1640. Tanner cxv. 131. 

Do. to Sancroft as to removing son from Cambridge to Inna 

of Court, 1647. Tanner cccxiv. 61. 

, Distemper among horned cattle at, 1774. H.O.P. 745. 

, Lewis Nockalls Cottingham, architect, born 1787 at. D.N.B. 

xii. 292. 

C 



34 Laxfidd. 

, Trust for Protestant Dissenters, called Particular Baptists at. 

Trust Deed. 50 Geo. III. 46, 7. 

. Site for School, National Society, Established Church. Trust 

Deed 1845,48, 9. 

. Fairs annually held abolished 31 Dec. 1872. L.G. 6514. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1704. 

. Burial Orders, 1899. L.G. 3424, 4518. 

LAXFIELD v. sub Bedingfield, &c., Dennington, Dennington Manor, 

Eye, Eye Honor, Eye St. Peter Mon., Leiston Abbey, Stutton, &c., 

Yoxford. 
LAXFIELD MANOR. K. John gave to Henry de Swynesthorp. H.R. ii. 

186. 
, Grant by the King to Rich, de Swinethorp of a market in his. 

Close Rolls, 10 Hen. III. 22. 

. Sir John Wingfeld. I.P.M., 21 Edw. IV. 59. 
, Grant by Chas. D. of Suff . to Crown of, in exchange by Deed, 30 

Hen. VIII., 1538. S.P. ii. 1182 (18a). 
, Rental of premises parcel of. 37 Hen. VIII. Exoh. 1st Rep. 

on Pub. Rec. (1800) p. 184. 
. Sir Anthony Wingfield d. 20 Aug. 1552 and Robert son and 

heir. I.P.M., 7 Edw. VI. 65. 
LAXFIELD MANOR v. sub Eye Honor, &c., Eye St. Peter Mon., Iken 

Manor, &c., Leiston Abbey. 
LAXFIELD MANOR and RECTORY. Grant for life out of Augmentation 

Office to John Lany of, 1540-1. S.P. 1500. 
LAXFIELD CHURCH. Font in. Arch. x. 192, 198. Silver ring found 

in. E.A. i. 114. Monuments in. Add. 19091, 19092. Sepulchral 

brasses. E.A. i. 259 (John Smyth and wife 1597, and William 

Dowsing 1614). Add. 32483. Bequest to. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. 

pt. iv. 528. Letter as to minority of John de Laxfield imp leaded 

with respect to. D.K.R. 7. App. ii. p. 255. 
, William de Monte Canis[o] keeper of the land and heir of Henry 

de Laxefeld puts in his place Ralph de Alneto in an assize against 

the prior of Ely concerning. Close Rolls, 5 Edw. I. 9d. 
, Licence for appropriation in mortmain by Priory of Eye, of, 

which is their own advowson. Pat. Rolls, 7 Edw. II. pt. i. 

8. 

, Appropriation of, Prior of Eye. I.Q.D., 7 Edw. II. 16. 

, Licence to the Prior of Ely to appropriate to him and his house. 

O., 7 Edw. II. 17. 



Lax field. 35 

, Order to cancel fine made by Prior of Eye unto King for licence 

to appropriate to Priory, which is of his advowson. Close Rolls, 

8 Edw. II. (1315) 20. 
, Presentation of James de Berkhamstede to. Pat. Rolls, 11 

Edw. II. pt. ii. 35. 
, Held by Eye Priory. Ministers' accounts. 18 Edw. II. 

Bundle 7 127, No. 4. 
, Prior, &c., of Eye to have appropriation of, in exchange for 

Thorndon and Mells, 1330. R.P. ii. 31 ; n.d. 414. 
, Presentation of Robert de Asshele to. Pat. Rolls, 12 Edw. III. 

pt. ii. 8. 
, Ratification of estate of William de Skriveton as vicar of. 76. 

13 Edw. DJ. pt. i. 38. 
, Revocation of last, as before this Kong had presented Robert 

de Asshele. Ib. 36. 
, Prohibition to all ecclesiastical persons from proceedings in 

derogation of King's presentation as above. Ib. 20. 
, Presentation of John de Northreppes to, on exchange with Robert 

de Asshele. Ib. pt. ii. 15. 
, Presentation of Henry de Caumpedon to ,in King's gift by Priory 

of Eye being in his hands. Ib. 18 Edw. III. pt. i. 43. 

, Presentation of John Pavy to. Ib. 7. 

, Grant by Chas. D. of Suff. to Crown of rectory of, in exchange 

by Deed, 30 Hen. VIII. 1538. S.P. ii. 1182 (18a). 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 261, 283. 

, Charge of blasphemy against William Adamson vicar of, 1665. 

Tanner cxxxvii. 175, 176. 

. Sancroft's letter on charge, 1666. Ib. 177. 

. Vicarage and parish. Tithes. Cesar Adamson and others 

v. Peter Watts. 3 Jas. II. at Laxfield. Exch. dep. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 5216. 
LAXFIELD CHURCH v. sub Eye Priory, Eye St. Peter Mon., Eye Honor, 

&c., Mells Ch. 
LAXFIELD and BADINGHAM. Richard de Eye v. John le Estraunge 

and Isabella his wife, touch, a messuage, land, a mill, and rent in. 

Pat. Rolls, 5 Edw. I. 5d. 
LAXFIELD, BADYNGHAM, SHATISHAM, BILLESFORD (?), GOSEWOLDE 

and THRANDESTON. Fees in, pertaining to Honor of Eye. Mich. 

de la Pole. I.P.M., 3 Hen. V. 



36 Lax field. 

LAXFIELD and BRUNDISH. Wm. Paston jun. begs discharge of the 
estate fallen to him in, by death of father Wm. Paston in May 1652,. 
two-thirds whereof were sequestered for his father's recusancy 
1652. S.Pi Cal. of Comp. 2817. 

LAXFIELD, BRUNDISH and DONINGTON. Wm. Hodskins and Henry 
Borrett petition that they purchased of Dorothy Everard lands in 
two-thirds of which are sequestered for her recusancy and beg to 
compound for them, 1648. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 1877. 

LAXFIELD, CRETING, CHATISHAM, THRANDESTON, KELTON, BURES 
and BERGHOLT. Knights' fees in, Wm. de Ufford Earl of SufL 
and Joan his wife. I. P.M., 5 Rich. II. 57. 

LAXFIELD and DESTNINGTON. James Couldham begs discharge of a 
house called Bridges and 210a. thereunto belonging in, sold to him 
but two-thirds sequestered for recusancy of Wm. Paston deed. 1654,. 
S.P., Cal. of Comp. 2817. 

LAXFIELD and EXNING HUND. Certificate as to Corn. Poor have 
corn Sd. to I2d. below market price, 1623. S.P. 548. 

LAXFIELD, FLEMPTOX and WESTOWE MANORS. Worth 10s. after rent 
paid ; held of Abbot of Bury by fealty and 3s. rent. Thomaa 
Kebyll and others being seised 13 Edw. IV. (1473) gave annuity 
of 51. out of, to Nicholas Geddyng for life and same year annuities 
of 2(W. and 20 marks to Margery wife of Philip Conyars and Thomasine 
wife of Robert Geddyng Manor of Lakeford charged of old with 
14 to Master of St. Peter's Hospital Bury for maintenance of 
lepers therein. Said Thomas Kebyll and others 13 Edw. IV. 
demised to Anne Geddyng for life rem. to Robert Geddyng. 
Robert survived and 6 Hen. VII. on an agreement between himself 
and Robert Drury for erection of houses in Lakford enfeoffed 
trustees to use of Robert Drury for life and 2 years more and then 
to use of himself Drury paying certain rents. Robert Geddyng d. 
26 Oct. 1493, and Margery aged 5 his dau. and heir. Inquis. 10 
Hen. VII. 1001, 1018. 

LAXFIELD and HEVENINGHAM. Lands &c, of Reginald Rous in 
Baddingham and " The Lawnd," The " Great Lawnd " and " Ash- 
leys park " and " Neades Wood " or " Golden Hirne." Meets and 
bounds, &c. Jas. Hawe v. Henry North. 9 Chas. I. at Framling- 
ham. Exch. dep. 

LAXFIELD, HEVENINGHAM and BADINGTON. Lands including grounds 
called " Great Laund " " Alley's Park " " Neath Wood." James 
Hawe v. Henry North. 9 Chas. I. at Badingham- Exch. dep. 



Layham. 37 

LAXFIELD HUNDRED v. sub Thingoe Hund., &c. 
LAXFIELD and LAY of Peasenhall. Pedigrees. Add. 19139. 
LAYER of Norf. family from Suff. Pedigree. Tanner cclvii. 264. 
LAYHAM (Lafham, Lageham, Laham, Latham, Lecham, Legham, 

Leigham, Leiham, Lexham, Leyham). 

, Farms in. 14th Rep. Hist. Com. pt. vi. N.S. i. 413. Over- 
bury Hall in, visited by Suffolk Institute (1883). S.T. vi. 321, 
. Land of Stigand in the King's hand. A socman held 4a. Dom. 

288. 
. Land of St. Edmund. In K.E.'s time 26 freemen held 2 caru- 

cates and 6a. meadow. And Berard holds half a carucate. Dom. 

3686. 
. Lands of Eudo the, Steioard. Aluric Campa in K.E.'s time held 

4 carucates as a manor. 12a. meadow. 1 mill. A church living 

with 40a. and la. meadow. Dom. 4036. 
. Lands of Robert Grenon. 20a. belonging to Churchford demesne 

which Scapi held. William de Alno now holds. Dom. 4206. 
. Lands of Hugh de Orentemesnil, In K.E.'s time Alfnod held 

of HaroldS carucates as a manor, lla. meadow. Dom. 432. 
. Land of Ralph Find. Bricthmar in K.E.'s time held 40a. 

Dom. 437. 
, Release by John de Merk of, to his lord, Sir Hugh le Despenser, 

of a piece of pasture which he held from Sir Hugh in, near Densce- 

welle. A. 7163. 
, Matthew de Leyham held a knight's fee of the manor of Angria 

in. T. de N. 292. 

, Free warren in, Robert de Reyndon. Chart. Rolls, 42 Hen. III. 1 . 

, John son of Reginald held one fee in, of Earl Marshall and he 

of the King in chief. H.R. ii. 151. 

. John de Leyham had warren in. /&. 153. 

, Joan de Leyham had warren and assize of bread and beer in. 

H.R, ii. .99. 

. Robert le Hunte of, mentioned. Close Rolls, 5 Edw. I. 13d. 

, Roger de Leyham v. William le fitz Richard and others, touch, a 

tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 8 Edw. I. lid. 
, Osbert de Hertherst and Avelina his wife v. William son of 

Richard de Leyham and Hugh le Noble, touch, a tenement in. 76. 

8 Edw. I. Id. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands in, 22 Edw. I. to 16 Hen. VL 

Bundle No. 1002, No. 8-15. 



38 LayJiam. 

, John de Sancto Johanne of, mentioned. Pat. Bolls, 28 Edw. I. 14. 

, Land in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. I.P.M., 

35 Edw. I. 46. 
, Serjeants' accounts of lands of Sir John de Wisham in, 3 to 4 

Edw. III. Ministers' accounts. Bundle 1249, No. 12. 
, Grants, &c., in, 1310. Harl. 45 1. 43, 55 C. 22 : 1318. C. 20 : 

1336. C. 28, 33, 34 : 1464. Harl. 55 C. 43 : 1471. Slo. xxxiu 

47 : 1583. Harl. 86 H. 10. 

, Free warren in, Robt. de Reyndon. Chart. Rolls, 4 Edw. II. 18. 

, Land in, Robt. de Reydon and Margaret his wife. I.P.M., 1ft 

Edw. II. 63. 
, Grant in tail by Andrew de Bures to John Wakeman of land 

adjoining land of the Countess of Kent in, t. Edw. III. C. 2567. 
, Grant by William de Schepherde to Sir Robert de Bures and 

others of lands, &c., in, 3 Edw. III. C. 2180. 
, Release by Gilbert de Waldiggefeld Parva and John Saum- 

soun to Sir John le Boteler, of all right in lands, &c., formerly of 

Henry de Todenham in, 5 Edw. III. C. 1538. 
, Grant by John Prichet to John le Boteler, and Thomas his 

brother, of rent from lands, &c., in, 8 Edw. III. C. 1774. 
, Lease by John de Boteler and Thomas his brother to John 

Prichet of all their lands in, 8 Edw. III. C. 2045. 
, Release by John, vicar of the church of Wyneferthyng, and 

Richard Fyrii, chaplain, to John Prechet and Emma his wife of all 

right in lands in, 9 Edw. III. C. 2622. 

, Free warren in, Andrew de Bures. Chart. Rolls, 9 Edw. III. 37. 

, Grant by Sir Andrew de Bures and Alice his wife to William le 

Schepherd and Sarah his wife, of land called " le Greneslond " by 

the way leading from Ley ham Church towards " le Mochelewod '* 

in, 11 Edw. III. C. 774. 
, Grant (and demise in fee farm) by Sir Andrew de Bures to- 

William Shepherde and others of lands, &c., purchased of Sir John 

de la Dale in, 21 Edw. III. C. 584. 
, Grant by Emma relict of John Prichet to Sir Andrew de Bures,. 

and Alice his wife of all her goods and chattels in all the lands which 

they have of her gift in, 23 Edw. III. C. 2293. 
, Grant by Sir John de Sutton the younger, and Alice his wife to 

Thomas Pertrych, Juliana his wife and John their son for lives, of a 

messuage and lands adjoining land of Sir Edward, Prince of Wales, 

in, 36 Edw. III. C. 2205. 



Lay ham. 39 

, Land in, Maria wife of Thomas de Brotherton E. of Norf. I.P.M., 

36 Edw. III. pt. ii. 9. 

, Free warren in, Helmingus Legett. 38 Edw. III. 13. 
, Land in, Robert de Insula son and heir of Sir John de Insula 

granted to the King and his heirs. I.P.M., 42 Edw. III. 53. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands in, 6 to 7 Hen. V. Bundle 1112, 

No. 23. 7 to 8 Hen. VI. Bundle 1113, No. 3, 4. 27 to 28 Hen. VI. 

Ib. 10. Arrears to 31 Hen. VI. Ib. 12. 1 to 2 Edw. IV. Bundle 

1114, No. 2. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands in. 7 to 8 Hen. VI. Bundle 1245, 

No. 16. 
, Land in, Amice, wife of Jas. Earl of Wilts. I.P.M., 35 Hen. VI. 



16. 

, Conff. of privileges to, as members of the Duchy of Lancaster, 

1468. Slo. xxxii. 38 -.1554. Slo. xxxii. 39. 
, Overbury Hall Manor in. Cecily Duchess of York held. I.P.M. 

12 Hen. VII. 154. 
, Will of Robt. Gardyner of, proved Canterbury 1500-1. 8 Rep. 

Hist. Com. 334. 
, Pardon for Thos. Dunnyng al. Dowenyng, late of. S.P., 3 

Hen. VIII. 3017. 
, Overbury Hall Manor in, Thomas Hobart d. 27 Aug. 1515 and 

Alicia and Dorothy daurs. and coh. I.P.M., 7 Hen. VIII. 46. 
, Third of 4. Is . recovered against John Warde and Ph. Roos, 

widow. S.P., 16 Hen. VIII. 367. 
, Netherbery Hall in. Court Rolls, 25 to 26 Hen. VIII. P.R.O., 

Portfolio 203, 98. 

. Muster. 28 Names, 1539. S.P. 652, M. 21. 

, Overbury Hall Manor in, Elizabeth Bendishe wid. d. and Henry 

Doyle son and heir. I.P.M., 2 and 3 P. and Mary 72. 
, Precipes on covenants cone, land in, 1555. Add. Ch. 25278 : 

1561. Add. Ch. 25299. 
, Hy. Doyle r. John Grene and Joan his wife, touch, manor of 

Overbury Hall in. C.P., ser. ii. B. Iv. 11. 
, John Warde and Alice his wife fc.Ralph Warde, touch, copyhold 

of manor of Netherbury Hall in (fragments). C.P., ser. ii. B. cxcv. 

90. 
, Thomas Wynge and Rose his wife v. Edw. Clarke and another, 

touch, copyhold of manor of Netherbery Hall in. C.P., ser. ii. 

B. clxxxvi. 26. 



40 Layham. 

, Geo. Greene of, owed money to Bretton delinquent 1644 

Com. for money advance 414. 
, John James of, compounds for delinquency, 1646. S.P., CaL 

of Comp. 1394. 
, John James of, delinquent, ordered to pay 18 in a month, 

1647. Com. for money advance 811. 
, Warrant for Wm. Ld. Crofts, to be gamekeeper within 10 miles 

of, 1664. S.P., 32. 
, Conveyance of land and house upon trust to be used as a parish 

School (Established Church). Trust Deed. 1842, 62, 8, 9. 
. Included in the Lavenham Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1620. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1696. 
LAYHAM v. sub Cavenham, Hadleigh, &c., Raydon in Samford Hund. 
LAYHAM MANOB. Mentioned. Arch. xiv. 270. 
. Extent. John de Leyhain. I.P.M., 18 Edw. I. 31. 

. Extent. John son of John de Leyham. Ib. 27 Edw. I. 29. 
, Order to deliver to Gilbert de Eboraco whom the King appoints 

to take into his hands the lands of Hugh le Despenser the younger. 

Close Rolls, 15 Edw. II. 26. 

. Extent. Tho. Roscelyn for Tho. de Kardeston late Arch- 
deacon of Norf. I.Q.D., 20 Edw. II. 33. 
, Grant for life to Robert de Ufford of. Pat. Rolls, 4 Edw. III. 

pt. i. 25. O., 4 Edw. III. 9. 
. Assigned in dower to Margt. Countess Dowager of Kent, 1331. 

R.P. ii. 445. 
, Mentioned as claimed by Q. Isabella as her right and as having 

come to the King's hands by the forfeiture of Hugh le Despenser 

the younger and afterwards granted in dower to Margaret his wife 

after the earl's death and the King having granted that 31. 10. OJ. 

at which, was extended yearly should be allowed to the Queen. 

Close Rolls, 11 Edw. III. pt. i. 9. 
. Thomas de Hemgrave. I.P.M., 23 Edw. III. 166. 

. John E. of Kent. Ib. 26 Edw. III. 54. 
. (Over bury Manor). Sir Andrew de Bures and Alicia his wife. 

Ib. 34 Edw. III. 60. 
, Thomas de Holand E. of Kent and Joan his wife. Ib. 35 

Edw. III. 104. 
. Extent. Thos. de Holand, Earl of Kent and Alice his wife. 

Ib. 20 Rich. II. 30. 



Layham. 41 

, 3rd part of, with advowson of church. Extent and 1 fee per 

Ric. Holbeche, &c., in Leyham. Joan wife of John Gray. Ib. 
4 Hen. VI. 36. 

. Extent. Alice wife of Sir Guy Bryan. Ib. 13 Hen. VI. 

34. 

. Extent. Humph, son and heir of John late Earl of Arundeil 

and Matilda his wife daur. of Eliz. wife of Robt. Lovell. 76. 16 
Hen. VI. 50. 

, 3rd part of , as of duchy of Lancaster. Sir John Typtot. I. P.M., 

21 Hen. VI. 45. 

, 3rd part of, Wm. late duke of Suff. Ib. 28 Hen. VI. 25. 

. Jas. Earl of Wilts. Ib. 1 Edw. IV. 29. 

, 3rd part of, Ric. duke of York father of the King. Ib. 3 Edw. IV. 

14. 

. Sir Ric. Grey de Powis. Ib. 6 Edw. IV. 35. 

, Grant to Wm. Bourghchier, Knt. Anne his wife, and the heirs 

of their bodies of the manor of Bures with Netherhalle and Over- 
halle with a tenement called Ropers in Seyntmarybures and, 
with Knights' fees, &c., late of Jas. late Earl of Wilts, and in 
King's hands, to hold by services of as many Knights' fees and other 
rents and services as they were held by before 1 Edw. IV. without 
fine or fee beyond 20*. 4d. Pat. Rolls, 7 Edw. IV. pt. i. 3. 

, 3rd part of, John Tiptott E. of Wignor. I.P.M., 9 and 10 Edw. 

IV. 53. 

, A third worth 100s. held of the King by of a knight's fee. 

Inquis. 1 Hen. VII. shows Edward son and heir of John late Earl 
of Worcester died under age and without issue 12 August 1 Hen. VII. 
His cousins and heirs were his father's sister's Philippa, Lady de Ros 
aged 62 and Lady Joan Inglesthorp aged 60, and Edward Duddeley 
aged 26 son and heir of Joyce another such sister. Inquis. 1 
Hen. VII. 21. 

, Joan Ingaldesthorp late wife of Edmund Ingaldesthorp d., seised 

in fee 21 June 1494 and John Stonor aged 10 and Elizabeth wife of Sir 
Henry Wentworth, late wife of Thomas Lord le Scroppe, Margaret 
wife of Sir John Mortymer, Lucy wife of Sir Thos. Fitzwilliam and 
Isabel wife of William Hodelston all over 23 cousins and heirs, viz., 
John Stonor as son of Anne one of daurs. and heirs of Isabel, 
Marchioness Mountagewe, dau. and heir of said Joan ; and the said 
Elizabeth, Margaret, Lucy and Isabel as the other daurs. and heirs 
of the said Marchioness. Inquis. 9 Hen. VII. 1088. 



42 Layham. 

. Sir Thomas Lovell d. 25 May 1524. Ursula Husey wife of 

William Hosey Margaret Gurney wife of Anthony Gurney Elizabeth 

Ballisby wife of John Ballisbye next heir viz. daughter of Sir Robert 

Lovell brother of the said Thomas Lovell. I.P.M., 16 Hen. VIII. 

35. 
, Grant for life to Lady Anne of Cleves of, in consideration of 

her marriage with the King, 1540. S.P. 144 (2). 
, Fourth part of, late of the possessions of Jane, Queen of England. 

Lessee Will. Auston. 35 Hen. VIII. Exch. Records. D.K.R. 25. 

App. p. 4. 
, Lease to Will. Auston of 4th part of, 35 Hen. VIII. Exch. Rep. 

D.K.R. 25. App. p. 4. 
, Particulars of farm of, for grant to John Clerk 36 Hen. VIII. 

D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 191. 
, Grant of, to John Clarke, 36 Hen. VIII. 5 Pars O. 

Rot. 4. 
, John Clark d. 16 March 1555 and Edward Clarke heir 38 years 

of age. I.P.M., 2 and 3 Ph. and M. 92. 
, Claim by Crown on Edward Clerke for forfeiture of a third part 

of manor, 10 Eliz. M. Pas. Rec. Rot. 66. 
, Robt. Wyngfeld v. Edw. Clerke, touch, third part of. C.P., 



ser. ii. B. cxc. vi. 10. 
LAYHAM MANOR v. sub Boxford, Clare Manor, &c., Kersey Manor, &c., 

Sutton, &c., Tuddenham Manor, &c. 
LAYHAM MANOR and CHURCH, with advowson of Church. Extent. 

Joan Princess of Wales, mother of the King. I.P.M., 9 Ric. II. 54 ; 

76. with one Knight's fee per Ric. Holbech and others. Edm. de 

Mortuo Mari, Earl of March. Ib. 3 Hen. VI. 32. 
LAYHAM CHTJRCH. Valuation of Rectory of. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 

191. Extracts from Registers. E.A. (N.S.) iv. 276. Names on 

gravestones. E.A. vi. 367. Monuments in. Add. 19088. Plate. 

S.I. ix. 210. 
, Commission on petition of Robert de Braham parson of, now 

imprisoned in Colecestre gaol on a charge of breaking the King's 

park of Langham and carrying away deer, touch, the said trespass. 

Pat. Rolls, 19 Edw. I. lOrf. 
, Advowson of, Thos. de Holand Earl of Kent and Alice his wife. 

I.P.M., 20 Rich. II. 30. 
, Presentation of John Holme chaplain to. Pat. Rolls, 6 Hen. VI. 

pt. i 6. 



Leather. 43 

, Joan wife of Sir Hen. de Brounflete late Duch. of York. I.P.M. 

12 Hen. VI. 43. 
, Grant to Johan. Clerk, senior clerk of the presentation to the, 

30 Hen. VIII. Add. 106. 
. Grant of next presentation to the rectory [1540-6]. Sloane 

xxxii. 48. 
. Dispensation to John Hodges to hold with another rectory, 

1635. Chancery. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 536. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 253. 

. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. L.G. 

859. 
LAYHAM and TUDENHAM. Matthew de Leyham held 3 Knights' 

fees in. T. de N. 286. 

, The Prince de Gales held in, certain tenements for 3 fees. 0., 

42 Edw. III. 28. 
. Confirmation of franchise and rights to, 24 Nov. 8 Edw. IV. 

Add. 106. 
LAYHAM and WHEKSTEDE. Grant to John Howard, and the heirs 

male of his body of manors of Leyham alias Overbury hall in, &c., 

provided he answer at Exchequer for any surplus above 110 yearly. 

Pat, Rolls, 2 Edw. IV. pt. i. 3. 
, Grant to John Howard and his heirs and assigns of manors of 

Leyham al. Overberyhall in, &c., belonging to King by reason of 

forfeiture. Ib. 5 Edw. TV. pt. ii. 29. 
LAYHAM and WHERSTEAD MANORS. Grant to John Howard, King's 

Knt. and the heirs male of his body of, with Knights' fees, advowsons, 

&c., provided he answer at the Exchequer for any surplus above 

100 yearly. Ib. 1 Edw. IV. pt. iv. 9. 
LAYSTOFT v. Lowestof t. 
LAYSTON v. Leiston. 
LAYTON family. S.I. vii. 184. Pedigree. Add. 19139. Rev. H. E. 

Lay ton's Calendars of Ipswich Wills. E.A. (N.S.) ii. 149. 
LEA of Coddenham. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 
LEACFORDA' v. Lackford. 
LEAKE. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 
LEASES. Calendar of the Rolls of Particulars for Leases, Eliz. and 

Jac. I. in the Augmentation Office. Add. 21297. 
. Particulars of t. Henry VIII. Record Office. Miscel. 

Books. Excheq. Augmentation office, vol. 195. 
LEATHER. Value of Suff. 1594. S.P. 561. 



44 Leather. 

LEATHEU TANNING. Attorney-General v. Manning in Court of 

Exchequer. " Insufficient tanning of leather " and " buying leather 

out of market," &c., Geo. Farrington v. Nicholas Manning. 11 

Chas. I. at Hallesworth. Exch. dep. 
LEATHES family of Herringfleet. Burke L.G. 932. Pedigree. Add. 

19139. 
LEAVENHEATH (Levenesheath, Levenesheth, Leveney, Leveneye ? 

Levenheyheth), in Stoke Nayland. 
, Grant by Alan Nerbold of Wystone, to Robt. Mordel of ' la 

Neylond,' and Alice his wife, of a right of way thro' the lane 

leading from Portewey to the heath called, 19 Edw. I. C. 3103. 
, Primitive Methodist Chapel and School at. Trust Deed. 1862, 

203,2. 

LEAVENHEATH (Levenesheath) t. sub Stoke Nayland, &c. 
LEAVENHEATH MANOR. Licence to William de Criketot to alienate. 

I.Q.D., 1 Edw. II. 106. 
, William son of William de Criketot and Maria his wife. I.P.M., 

35 Edw. I. 133. 
. Extent. William de Criketot and Joan his wife. Ib. 3 Edw. 

II. 52. 

. Extent. Wm. Creketot. Ib. 17 Edw. III. 42. 

. Extent. Ric. Waldegrave. Ib. 13 Hen. VI. 27. 

LEAVENHEATH (Leveney) MANOR v. sub Bury St. Edmunds Abbey. 

LEAVENHEATH CHURCH. Plate. S.I. ix. 62. 

. Formed as a Consolidated Chapelry out of Stoke-by-Nayland, 

Assington, Nayland, Polstead, and Wiston, 13 Jan. 1863. L.G. 191. 
. Endowed out of Common Fund with 770 for Parsonage 12 

July 1864. L.G. 3495. 
LEAWGAR (Laugher). Pedigree. Add. 5524. 
LEBBARD and LE BLANC. Pedigrees. Add. 19139. 
LECHAM v. Layham. 
LECHMERE. Pedigiee. Add. 19139. 
LE CLYNT, &c., v. sub Ilketshall. 
LEDEGATE v. Lidgate. 
LEDEN. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 
LE DESPENCER. Genealogical notes on the families of le Despencer 

and de Clare. Add. 28206. 
LEDRINGAHAM v. Letheringham. 
LEE family. Arms. Harl. 1449, 1560. 
LEE of Dickleburgh and LEE of Laxfield. Pedigrees. Add. 19139. 



Leiston. 45 

LEE (Sir John) son of Sir Henry. Licence of entry on lands in Suff. 

1631. Chancery. D.K.R. 43. App. i. p. 188. 
LEEDS of Olton from Kent. Pedigree. Harl. 1560. 
LEEDS of Hemingstone, of Staverton and Wantisden and LEEKE of 

Yaxley. Pedigrees. Add. 19139. 
' LE ENGLISSEHISSLOND.' Release by Philip de Meleford and Elizabeth 

his wife to John Talemache son of Sir Hugh Talemache and to 

Hilary his mother of all right in land called, 8 Edw. II. C. 2742. 
LEES MANOR. Margt. Sampson. I.P.M., 16 Edw. IV. 48. 
LEES MANOR v. sub Playford. 
LEESTONE ABBEY v. Leiston. 
LEET COURT. Commonalty of Suff. complain of false Indictors and 

false presentments at Leets and Sheriffs Tourns therein, 1314-5. 

R.P. i. 2936. 

LEET MANORS. E. W. N. Letes Manors v. sub Lowestoft Manor. 
LEETE of Bury St. Edmunds from Camb. Harl. 1560 ; 1820. 
LEFOWLE (Giles). Grant to, of lands in Suffolk, 37 Hen. VUL 

2 Pars. O. Rot. 46. 
LEGATE, LEGATT of Pond Hall and LEGGETT of Sibton. Pedigrees. 

Add. 19139. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 179. 
LEGH (De la) MANOR. Walter de Norwich. I.P.M., 3 Edw. III. 

58. 
LEGH (Alice late wife of William de) acknowledges that she owes 

Edmund Gascelyn and John de Weston 20 marks to be levied in 

default on her lands in Suffolk. Close Rolls, 19 Edw. II. 29d. 
LEGHAM al. Leigham al. Leiham v. Layham. 
LE GRICE, LE GROSS and LE HEMP. Pedigrees. Add. 19139. 
LE HOLME v. sub Wridlington Manor. 
LEHUNTE. Pedigree. Add. 19139. Arms and quarterings. Tanner 

cclvii. 174. Sir George's letter to Sir Robert Crane as to representa- 
tion of Suff. 1620. Ib. Ixix. 151. 
LEICESTER (E. of, before the Conquest) and LEIGH. Pedigrees. Add. 

19139. 
LEIGH (Giles). Grant of lands in Suffolk to, 29 Hen. VIIL 

O. Rot. 194. 

LEIGHES. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 
LEISENHALA WOOD v. sub Pakenham. 
LEISTOFT v. Lowestoft. 
LEISTON (Lauen, Layston, Leestone, Lefstanston (?), Lehtuna, Ley- 

ston, Leystone, Lyston). 



46 Leiston. 

. 9 Rep. Hist. Com. 16. Monuments in Friends' Burial Ground 

at. E.A. viii. 172. 

. Lands of R. Malet. Edric of Laxfield, held as a manor and as 12 

carucates. 1 mill. 5a. meadow. 3 Churches and lOOa. and 1 free- 
man with 40a. held as a manor, and to this manor attached 47 
freemen with 7 carucates. Also Gilbert holds 140a. under R. Malet 
which Edric held as a manor. And 8 freemen with a carucate and 
a half. la. meadow. This last land and meadow Fulchred holds 
of R. Malet. Dom. 311. 

, Grant of Batesford land in (?) t. Hen. III. Add. Ch. 

9826. 

, Grant by Theobald son of Will, de Leystone to Will, his brother 



of one acre in (c. 1260-70). Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1199. 
. 3J acres of pasture. John de Leyston, &c., for abbey of 

Leyston. I.P.M., 34 Edw. I. 159. 
. Licence for alienation in mortmain, by John de Leyston 

and Theobald his son, to Abbey and Convent of Leyston of 3 

acres of pasture in, in exchange for 16 acres 3 roods of land there. 

Pat. Rolls, 35 Edw. I. 1. 
, Land in, Seman Machom and others for abbey of. I.Q.D., 

4 Edw. H. 83 ; 5 Edw. II. 90. 

, Grant of market, &c., in, 1312. Harl. 58, I. 50. 

, Confirmation of a deed as to market and fair in, to the Abbot 

of Leiston. 0., 6 Edw. II. 15. 
. Market and fair. Abbot of Leiston. Chart. Rolls, 6 Edw. II. 

51; increased 9 Edw. II. 47 ; 14 Rick II. 11. 
, Pardon to the Abbey of, for acquiring without licence from 

Walter Littewyne 3 acres and 3 roods, from Walter Wodegreyve 

4 acres, and from Robert Lovetild 2 acres in. Pat. Rolls, 6 Edw. II. 

pt. i. 23. 
, Land in, Rich, de Burstede parson of Framlingham and others 

for Leyston Abbey. I.P.M., 19 Edw. in. (2nd nos.) 68. 

, Bond for rent in, 1377. Add. Ch. 7563. 

. Wadehall Manor in, and soc, Abbot of Leystone. I.P.M., 

21 Rich. H. 109a. 
, Grant by Alice, relict of John de Thorp to Will. Bokele and 

Robt. Dersham of lands in, 21 Rich. II. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1202. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Richard 

Love fol. 86 and 164. 1458-1477. Thomas Clarke fol. 116. John 

Harmer fol. 264. 



Leiston. 47 

, Proceedings respecting Will of John Goddard of, c. 1532. Rawl. 

C. 432. 
, A supplication of men of, before the Privy Council against 

Robert Browne 1541. S.P. 1358. 
, Misconduct of deft, as steward of the soke of, Robert Hart and 

inhabitants of , v. Robert Browne. StarC.P., Edw. VI. Bundle 4, 7. 
, Assault and purchase of contested title at, Shank v. Browne 

oZ. Lyngar. Star C.P., Edw. VI. Bundle 2, 45. 
, Precipes on covenants cone, lands in, 1555. Add. Ch. 25280 : 

1561. Add. Ch. 25290. 
, Concern. John Eyre and others deputed to survey marshes at, 

2 Eliz. M. Pas. Com. Rot. 4. 
, Possessions of Agnes and John Brown of, 3 Jac. I. Exch. Spec. 

Com. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 76. 
, Lands of Agnes Brown of Colobynhall and John Brown, &c., &c. 

The King v. Christopher Kemp. 1606 at Bury St. Edmunds. 

Exch. dep. 

. Ditto. Survey. The King v. Brian Smith and other. 

, Right and title to close called ' Westhouse Haymore.' Meets 

and bounds. Value. Survey. Whr. parcel of Layston Manor ? 

Touching other lands. John Chard v. Sir Paul Banning Knt. and 

Bart. 1619 at Saxmundham. Exch. dep. 
, Declaration of King's pleasure to grant to Hy. Knollys and 

his hrs. in fee farm, lands in, as parcel of Earl of Anglesea's, 1625. 

S.P. 539. 
, Inclosure of lands in, 5 and 6 Geo. IV. 1825. Common Pleas. 



D.K.R. 27. App. p. 24. 
, Conveyance of land upon trust, as a site for a parish school and 

residence of the master or mistress (Established Church). Trust 

Deed. 1847, 130, 3. 

, Chapel for Wesleyan Reformed Church at. Trust Deed. 1860, 

97, 12. 
. Transferred to the Framlingham and Saxmundham County 

Court 3 May 1861. L.G. 1890. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 17 May 1881. L.G. 2546. 

, Industrial Co-operative Society, dissolution of, 1890. L.G. 847. 

LEISTON v. sub Buxhall, &c., Edwardeston, &c., Knodishall, &c., 

Leiston Hall Manor, Minsmere Loch, Theberton, &c. 
LEISTON MANOR. Estreats, &c. (16 Jac. I.). P.R.O., Court Rolls, 

Protfolio 203, 99. 



48 Leiston. 

. Parliamentary Petition of Edmund de Wodestok, No. 8443. 

D.K.R. 34 App. p. 154. 
, Demesne of Hen. II. who gave to Banulph de Glanville who 

founded there an abbey of White Canons and conferred same upon 

them. H.R. ii. 147, 197. 
, Confirmation to Abbey of Leiston of, and other possessions 

Pat. Rolls, 12 Rich. II. pt. i. 19. 

. Abbot of Leyston. I.P.M., 21 Rich. II. 109o. 

. Title to lands ; whr. parcel of manor of Leyston. Customs 

of manor. Francis Colby v. Thos. Dinnington and others. 1586 

at Snape. Exch. dep. 

, Extent of, 42 Eliz. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 64. 

, Survey of Woods in, 2 Jac. I. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 74. 

. Concealments, 16 Jac. I. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. 

App. p. 101. 
, Warrant to lessees in trust of, to surrender same to Lord Admiral 

Buckingham right therein of Prince Charles, 1619. S.P. 65. 
, Grant in fee farm at the nomination of the Earl of Anglesey of 

lands within, in favour of Henry Knollys, 1625. Chancery. D.K.R. 

43. App. 1 p. 7. 
. Manor and soke. Timber cut down in Copyholds by lord of 

manor and particularly in Garrards, in Theberton. Customs of 

manor, &c. Richd. Millar and others v. John Claxton. 1633 at 

Eastbridge in Theberton. Exch. dep. 
, Lease in reversion to Fras. Colby and Thos. Knightley, for 31 

years of demesne lands of, 1594. S.P. 530. 

. 30 Car. II. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 139. 

, Copyhold lands in, lately belonging to Thos. Bishop of Cookely 

deed. whr. reversion surrendered to plaintiff by Ciriac Cooke. 

Mortgage, &c., &c. Roger Coke v. Wm. Crane. 34 Chas. II. at 

Bungay. Exch. dep. 

LEISTON MANOR v. sub Eye Hon. and Priory, Leiston Abbey. 
LEISTON CHURCH. Bells of. E.A. i. 417. Registers (begin 1538). 

N. and Q., 7th ser. xi. 42. Monuments in. E.A. viii. 171. Add. 

19083. Inscriptions. Add. 18480. Plate. S.I. ix. 21. 
, Commission touching division of Temporal and Spiritual 

possessions of rectory of, 13 Jac. 1. M. Trin. Rec. Rot. 279. 

. Church registered for marriages 1875. L.G. 2634. 

. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. '5216. 

LEISTON CHURCH v. sub Leiston Abbey. 



Leiston. 49 

LEISTON ABBEY. Account of. S.I. vii. 227. Collections for. Add. 
4935. Chartulary. Cott. Ves. E. xix (transcript). Add. 8171. 
Charter of Hen. III. to. Add. 6166. Notes on drawings of. Add. 
34712. A short account of, by Davy. Verses by Barton and 
Fletcher, Edited by J. Bird. Lond. 1823, Svo. Parliamentary 
Petition of Abbot of, No. 5191. D.K.R. 34. App. p. 89. Visited 
by Suffolk Institute (1890). S.I. vii. 227. 

, Abbot of, put in his place Walter de Askeby and Alan de Gos- 

feld in a suit between Abbot and R. le Bygod E. of Norf. and other 
concerning a trespass on Abbot by them. Close Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 
9d. 

, Confirmation by John archbishop of Canterbury, of the appropria- 
tion of the churches of Leystone with the chapel of Syswell, 
Aldringham, Middleton, and Culpho, to, 1280. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 
226. 

, Protection for Abbot of. Pat. Rolls, 22 Edw. I. 8. 

, John abbot of, mentioned. Ib. 1 Edw. II. pt. ii. Id. 

. Simon de Sancto Egidio sent there by the King for maintenance. 

Close Rolls, 2 Edw. II. Id. 

, Charter of the King to, 7 Edw. II. M. Trin. Rec. Rot. 

, Thomas de Verlay sent to, for maintenance. Close Rolls, 8 

Edw. II. 35d. 

, Simon abbot of, mentioned. Ib. 10 Edw. IT. 28d. 

, Wm. de Bannebury sent to, to receive maintenance. Ib. 1 

Edw. III. pt. ii. 12d. 

. Robberies from the Abbot. Pat. Rolls, 13 Edw. III. pt. ii. 7. 

, Abbot of, appointed in place of Prior of St. Peter's Ipswich to 

assess and levy the 9th in Suff. Ib. 14 Edw. III. pt. ii. 46. 

, Deed of Margaret Countess of Norfolk for exchange of the 

advowson of the church of Theberton for the advowson of Kirkelee 
(1382) and for founding a chantry in. Ashm. 804. 

, Request to admit John de Lech one of the King's mariners to. 

Close Rolls, 16 Edw. III. pt. ii. 23d. 

, Licence for, to acquire in mortmain land and rent to value of 

20 yearly their lands being often inundated and destroyed. Pat. 
Rolls, 18 Edw. m. pt. ii. 21. 

, (Advowson of) Wm. de Ufford, Earl of Suff. and Joan his wife. 



I.P.M., 5 Rich. II. 57. 

. Confirm. of Letters -Patent and Charters to. Pat. 
Rolls, 6 Rich. II. pt. i. 34. 



50 Leiston. 

. Mich, de la Pole E. of Suff. I.P.M., 1 1 Rich. II. 10. 

, (Advowson of) Mich, son and heir of Mich, de la Pole, Earl 

of Suff. Ib. 3 Hen. V. 486., Ib. 
, Refusal to obey citation and correction of Clement abbot of. 

E.C.P., 21-28 Hen. VI. 15, 169. 

. Wm. late duke of Suff. I.P.M., 28 Hen. VI. 25. 

, Relief due from abbot of. S.P., 23 Hen. VIII. 653. 

. Inventory on suppression, 1536. S.I. viii. 102, 103. 

, Yearly value of, less than 200, 1536. S.P. 1238. 

, Pension in Augmentation Book of 20 to Geo. Carle ton, abbot 

of, 1536-7. S.P. 1520 (31). 
, Grant in tail to Chas. duke of Suff. of the dissolved, and the 

churches and rectories of Leyston, Alderyngham, Middelton and 

Corton, 1537. S.P. i. 1103 (11). 
, Grant in tail to Chas. duke of Suffolk of site, &c., of the dissolved, 

and all lands, tenements, rents, &c., in Leyston, Theberton, Ders- 

ham, Middelton, Thorpe, Sisewell, Kelsall, Knottshall, Buxlowe. 

Aldryngham, Brusyard, Colpho, Graundesburgh, Playford, Tudden- 

ham, Witnesham, Laxfield and Corton, 1537. S.P. i., 1103 

(11). 
, Grant in tail to Chas. duke of Suff. of site, &c., of the dissolved ; 

the church, messuages, &c., and the manors of Leyston, Glernnyng, 

Culpho, Pethaugh, Darsham and Laxfield, 1537. S.P. i., 1103 

(11). 
, Geo. Abbot of, mentioned, 1536. S.P. 597 (7). 1537. S.P. 

i. 1103 (11). 

in hands of Chas. D. of Suff. 1538. S.P. ii. 1269. 

, Grant by Chas. D. of Suff. to Crown of site of late, in exchange 

by Deed, 30 Hen. VEIL 1538. S.P. U. 1182 (18a). 

, Annuity to Ric. Hochenson in name of Wm. Sympson out of, 

1541. S.P. 745 f. 6. 

, Site of, and other lands rated for Robert Browne, Baron of the 

Exchequer, 1557. Harl. 606. 
, Grant of site of, to Robert Browne, 3 and 4 P. and M. 3 Pars. 

0. Rot. 12. 
, Bill by John Browne against John Southwell to redeem an 

annuity issued out of site of, and other lands of plaintiff in Layston. 
C.P. i. 140. 

, Coney Warrens of. Parliamentary Survey 1650. D.K.R. 8. 

App. ii. p. 67. 



Leiston. 5 1 

, Messuage or farm, lately held by defendt. under plaintiffs, 

formerly leased to Henry Sparhake. Neglect. Waste and spoil of 
wood, &c. Right Hon. Ralph Lord Montague and others v. Wm. 
Jolley, 2 Jac. II. at Saxmundham. Exch. dep. 

LEISTON ABBEY v. sub Benhall Manor, Butley Priory, &c., Byllesford 
Manor, Coddenham, Gorton Church, Eye Honor, &c., Hachiston, &c. 

LEISTON,ALRYNGHAM, CHEBERTON,KNODESHALE, BlTXELOWE, FRE3TON, 

KELLESHALE, MIDDLETON, FORDLE and YOXFOED. Licence for 
alienation in mortmain to Leiston Abbey by Richard de Burstede 
and others of the reversion of Wadehall and 125a. of land, 
12a. pasture, 70a. of heath, lOa. marsh and 20-s. rent in, after death, 
of Margery late wife of Theobald de Leyston who holds for life by 
assignment which John Bokel of Freston and Margery his wife 
and Rich. Bokel and Joan his wife of whom the first named Margery 
held the same for life by demise of Rose de Shottesham and William 
de Shottesham who had a life estate by demise of Theobald de 
Leyston uncle of the said Margery wife of John Bokel and Joan whose 
heirs these are made of the same to the said Richard, William Scarlet, 
John and John and the heirs of William Scarlet ; and by John 
Blome of 6s. 2d. of rent in Knodeshale and Buxelowe. Pat. Rolls, 
19 Edw. III. pt. ii. 24. 

LEISTON ABBEY, BURY and WESTLETON MANOR. Grants of land to 
and in, t. Hen. IV.-Eliz. Add. Ch. 12651 ; 12667 ; 12670 ; 12672 ; 
12673. 

LEISTON, CNODENHALE and BUXLOW. Quit claim by John de Braham 
and Thomas son of Will. Austyn to Will, son of John de Leystone 
of all right in lands in, 8 Edw. III. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1200. 

LEISTON ABBEY and EYE. Annual tenths of possessions of, 35 Hen. 
VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 280. 

Knodishall. Appointment by Clement abbot of Leystone, &c., 

of Rich. Robtson and Will. Hyward to deliver to John Jenney, sen., 
and Will. Jenney his son, messuages in L., Knodeshale, &c., 29 
Hen. VI. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 225. 

LEISTON, RNOTESHALE and THEBERTON. Tenements in, John Abbot 
of Leyston. I.P.M., 31 Edw. I. 79. 

, Survey of Leiston Hall Manor and certain lands in, 17 Eliz. 

Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 17. 

LEISTON, MIDDLETON and DERSHAM. Abbot of Leyston claimed 
warren, view of frankpledge and assize of bread and beer in. Q.W. 
726. 



52 Leiston. 

LEISTON and THEBEETOK. Common of pasture in, John Grosse and 

other inhabitants of Theberton v. George Abbot of Leiston and 

others. Star C.P. 25 Hen. VIII. Bundle 25. 4. 

, Plan of Inclosure of lands in, 1825. D.K.R. 26. App. p. 14. 
. Enclosure of Commons Act. (Local and pers. not pr.) 50 

Geo. III. c. 34. 
LEISTON, THEBERTON and BECCLES. 30 Charters relating to, amongst 

other places, 1385 to 1589. Add. Ch. 7560-7589. 
LEISTON, THEBERTON, MTDDELTON, FORDLE, ALDRINGHAM, KNODES- 

HALE, BTJXLOWE and FRESTON. Wodehall Manor in, Wm. Leyston 

son of John Leyston. I.P.M., 16 Hen. VI. 21. 
LELAM of Bury. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 
LELEGA' v. Eleigh. 

LELESEY al. Lelleseye al. Lillesleye v. Lawshall. 
LELESEY al. Leles al. Leleseye al. Lelleseye v. Lindsey. 
LEMAN family of Brampton Hall. Burke L.G. i. 946. N. and Q., 

6th ser. v. 327, 436. S.I. vii. (xxxiii.). Gipps's account of. S.I. 
viii. 178. 

LEMBAUDES al. Lymballes tenement v. sub Westleton. 
LEMTNGTON v. Levington. 
LEMON (Robert and Will.). Grant to, of free Schools, &c., in Suff. 

8 Car. I. 6 Pars O. Rot. 12. 
LENHAM MANOR. Particulars of farm of, for grant. D.K.R. 9. 

App. ii. p. 210. 

LENHAM, LENNARD, BARRETT LENNARD. Pedigrees. Add. 19139. 
LENSTEAD v. Linstead. 
LENTHORPE, Family. Arms. Add. 5524. 
LEOFSTANESTUNA v. Lestaneston. 
LEPIDOPTERA, the, of Suffolk. E.A. (N.S.) iv. 77. 
LERLING. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 
LE Roos. Pedigree. Harl. 1560. 
LE RYE MANOR. Held by Wangford Priory. Ministers' accounts 

ante 18 Edw. II. Bundle 1127, No. 4. 
LESTANESTON (Leofstanestuna) in Colneis Hund. Land of Roger Bigot. 

2 freemen Leofstan and Stanfled held 6a. and 2 freemen Burridge 

and Brightridge held 20a. and 2a. meadow and a mill. This last 

Wihtmar holds of Bigot. And there were 4 freemen Blackman 

Durrant Sevin and Ulrich with 14a. and 8 freemen Blackman 

Brumar Edric Leofric Alwin Woolbald Theodric and Leofleda with 

12a. Dom. 341, 342. 



Letheringham. 53 



, Free warren in, Robert de Scales. Chart. Rolls, 14 Edw. I. 

17. 
, Half a fee in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. 

I.P.M., 35 Edw. I. 46. 
LESTANTON v. sub Ash, &c., 
LESTOFF al. Lestoft v. Lowestoft. 
L'ESTKANQE. Pedigree. Add. 19139. 
LESTKATTNGE (John) son and heir of Sir Roger. Inq. p.m. 5-6 Hen. 

VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 122. 

LETCHWORTH (Thos.) b. at Woodbridge in 1739. " Twelve Dis- 
courses delivered at the Meeting House of the Quakers in the Park 

Southwark." 1789, Svo. 

LETE. Pedigree. Add. 19140. Arms. Harl. 1820. 
LETHERINGHAM (Ledringaham, Letherington, Lethingham, Lothering- 

ham). 
, Poem on, by Clarke. B.A.A. 77, 78. Coins found at. Ib, 

x. 90. Wills of Henry Wyngfeld and Elizabeth wife of Sir John 

Wynfeld of. 8 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. i. 334. 

. Lands of Roger Poictou. A freeman held 1. Dom. 348. 

. Lands of St. Etheldreda. 3|a. in demesne. Dom. 3886. 

. Lands of Geoffrey de Magnavitte. Haldein held in K.E.'s 

time 80a. as a manor. 6a. meadow. 1 mill. A church with 20a. 

And 13 freemen and 2 half freemen with 60a. and 2a. meadow. 

Also a freeman held 60a. as a manor and 4a. meadow. Dom. 412. 
, Geoffrey de Burgh claims a messuage in, from Richard de Wate- 

feud. Abbr. of PI. 56 and 57 Hen. III. 8. 
, Land in, Humfry de Bohun, E. of Hereford. I.P.M., 30 Edw. I. 

58. 
, Protection to Robt. Wyngefeld of, 1438-9. D.K.R. 48. App. 

p. 328. 

, Sir Robt. Wingfield, diplomatist, 7th son of Sir John Wing- 
field of, born c. 1464. D.N.B. 191. 
, Sir Ric. Wingfield, soldier and diplomatist, a son of Sir John 

Wingfield of, born c. 1469. Ib. 187. 

, Sir Anthony Wingfield, comptroller of the household, son of Sir 

Wingfield of, born c. 1485. Ib. Ixii. 181. 
, General pardon to John Wyngfeld the elder and younger of. 

Pat. Rolls, 1 Rich. III. pt. v. 16. 
, Will of Henry Wyngfeld clerk of, proved Canterbury 1500-1. 

8 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. i. 334. 



54 Letheringham. 

. Muster. 40 able men in harness, 1539. S.P. 652 M. 

21. 
, Sir Humphrey Wingfield, speaker of the Ho. of Com. 12th SOD 

of Sir John Wingfield of, died 1545. D.N.B., Ixii. 184. 
, 1,000 owing by Rob. Naunton of, to Hen. Lord, delinquent, 1645. 

Com. for money advance, 600. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 7 Jan. 1881. L.G. 64. 

LETHERINGHAM v. sub Colston, Easton, &c., Kettleburgh, 

&c. 
LETHERINGHAM MANOR. Fairs in, Prior of Letheringham. Chart. 

Rolls, 25 Edw. I. 19. 
, William Bovile. I.Q.D., 7 Edw. II. 95, and licence to alienate 

76. 139, 145. 
, Humphrey de Bohun E. of Hereford and Joan his wife. dan. of 

Rich. E. of Arundel. I.P.M., 46 Edw. III. 10. 

. Sir John Wingfeld. Ib. 21 Edw. IV. 59. 

, Sir Anthony Wingfield d. 20 Aug. 1552 and Robert son and 

heir. Ib. 7 Edw. VI. 65. 
LETHERINGHAM MANOR v. sub Iken Manor, &c. 
LETHERINGHAM CHURCH. Arch. xxxi. 270. B.A.A. xxx. 74-78. 

Font in. Arch. x. 199. Epitaphs in. Add. 21032. Arms from. 

Caius 554. Monuments in. Add. 21032. E.A. viii. 18. Brasses 

in. S.I. i. 148. Sepulchial brasses of Wingfield family (1319-1553). 

Add. 32478, 32479, 32484, 32490. of Sir Anthony Wingfield. 

E.A. (N.S.) ii. 355. Plate. S.I. ix. 189. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 256, 280. 

, Rectory impropriate and parish and lands called ' Letheringham 

Parke,' &c. Tithes, Robt. Naunton v. John Clark, 1712 at Wick- 
ham Market and Easton. Exch. dep. 

. Procurations and Synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

LETHERINGHAM CHTJRCH v. sub Letheringham Priory. 
LETHERINGHAM PRIORY. Views and Sketches of, by Johnson (1785). 

Add. 8987. 

, Prior of, mentioned, 1529. S.P. 6047. 

. Inventory on suppression, 1536. S.I. viii. 101. 

, Yearly value of, less than 200, 1536. S.P. 1238. 

, Pension in Augmentation Books of 5 to Wm. Basse, prior of, 

1536-7. S.P. 1520 (58). 
" Boke of sale " of, viz. : of goods and chattels at the suppressed, 

1537. S.P. i. 510. 



Levingfon. 55 

, Bundle of papers relating to, including schedule of rewards given 

by King's commandment at dissolution of, 1537. S.P. i., 359. 

Exchequer of Accounts 1st Report on Public Records (1800) 179. 
, Lease out of Augmentation office to Sir Ant. Wyngfeld of, 1539. 

S.P. 1355. 
, Letter to Mr. Chancellor of augmentations for fee farm to Eliz. 

Nawnton of, with certain lands tenements and parsonages thereto 

belonging, 1552-3. Acts of P.O. 226. 
, Grant of site of, to Elizabeth Nawnton, widow ; 7 Edw. VI. 



2 Pars O. Rot. 58. 
LETHERINGHAM, CHARSFIELD and Hoo CHTJECHES and TITHES in 

Asketon. Lease of, out of Augmentation office to Sir Ant. 

Wyngfeld, 1539. S.P. 1355. 
LETTER (A) from a curate of Suffolk to a High-Church Member ; 

concerning the D. of M. and Mr. W.-le-Lond. 1712. 
LE VATJX MANOR v. sitb Wenham, Great. 
LEVENEY al. Leveneye al. Levenesheath v. Leavenheath. 
LEVENHEY al. Netherhall v. sub Stoke by Nayland. 
LEVENHEY MANOR v. sub Polstead Manor, &c. 
LEVERMORE v. Livermere. 
LEVERTON. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 
LEVCNGTON (Isleuertona, Lemington, Lenetuna, Leuentona, Leventon, 

Levyngton). 
. Burvalls Manor in Levington, Burnegile al. Burnevyles Manor. 

4th Rep. Hist. Com. 461. 
. Lands of Eager Bigot. A freeman Leverich with 4a. And 

William de Burnoville holds of Bigot 10 freemen with 32a. and 2a. 

meadow. A church with 8a. Dom. 341. 
. Lands of Hugh de Montfort. 3 freemen with 20a. Dom. 

406. 

, Commission to enquire as to constant homicides and depreda- 
tions in house of John de Karlewode in. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. 10. 
, Licence for Richard de Holebrok and Isabella his wife to retain 



warren of, if not within bounds of the forest, granted to him in fee 
simple by Roger Bigod E. of Norf. Pat. Rolls, 14 Edw. I. 16. 
, 4 fees in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. I.P.M., 

35 Edw. I. 46. 

, Land in, Thomas de Holbrok. Ib. 34 Edw. III. 75. 

, Land in, Maria wife of Thomas de Brotherton E. of Norf. Ib, 

36 Edw. III. pt. ii. 9. 



56 Levington. 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Roger 

Locker fol. 63. Thomas Tylie foL 63. 1445-1477. William 

Curtis fol. 256. Roger Hill fol. 63. Alice Hill fol. 294. Edward 

Maunser fol. 316. 
, Burneville Manor in, Sir John Fastolf. I.P.M., 38 and 39 Hen. 

VI. 48 ; John Paston. Ib. 6 Edw. IV. 44. 
. Conf. of status, &c., in Burnevylea manor in, 1459. Add. Ch- 

10215 : 1503. Add. Ch. 10223. 
, Pardon of outlawry to Ralph Wolfe late of. Pat. Rolls, 8 

Edw. IV. pt. i. 30. 

, Grant in, 1538. Add. Ch. 10225. 

, Burneville Manor in, Humphrey Wingfield d. 23 Oct. 1545 and 

Robert son and heir. I.P.M., 37 Hen. Till. 74. 
, Sir Robt. Hitcham, serjeant at-law born c. 1572 at. D.N.B. 

xxvii. 14. 
, William Smart to show title to Burnaville Manor in, parcel of 

the lands of Sir Humphrey Wingfield, 15 Eliz. M. Mich. Rec. Rot. 

26. 

. Charity Scheme. 26 and 27 Viet. c. 58. 

LEVINGTON r. sub Falkenham, &c., Hitcham (Sir Robert), Nacton, &c., 

Ringhall, &c. 

LEVINGTON CHTJRCH. Notes on. E.A. N.S.) iii. 122. Add. 5829. 
, Rector of. 9 Rep. Hist. Com. 18/6. Monuments in. Add. 

19087. Visit of congress to. B.A.A. xxxv. 79. Plate. S.I. viii. 

332. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 262. 

LEVYSTOFT al. Lewystoft t. Lowestoft. 

LEWAGER. Pedigree. Harl. 1560. 

LEWGAR or LEWGER al. Lewgore of Norf. from Suff . Pedigree. Add. 

19140. Short Pedigree 1563. Rawl. B. 393. 
LEWES (Sir Richard Fitz). Inq. p.m. 20-21 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. 

App. ii. p. 125. 
LEWIS of Newmarket (Suff.). Pedigree. Add. 19140. Three descents 

of the family. Rawl. D. 1148. 
LEWIS (John) farmer of East Bergholt. Uniting and monopolizing of 

Farms plainly proved to be disadvantageous to Land-owners and 

highly prejudicial to the public. 3d Edit, with additions, Svo. 1800. 
LEWKENOR al. Lewknor al. Lukenor family. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 

Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 180. Arms with quarterings of Sir 

Edward Lewkenor of Denham. Tanner cclvii. 171. Mentioned in 



Lidgate. 57 

inscription in Fakenham Ch. Rep. on Portland MSS. vol. vi. 157. 

Sermon at funerals of Sir Edward Lewkener and Lady Susan his 

wife at Denham, Ipswich, 1608. Sermon at funeral of Edward 

Lewkener by Timothy Oldmayne v. Oldmayne. 
LEWKENOK (Samuel). Gent, of Suff. " Discourse or History of all 

those Cities wherein do flourish Universities." Lond. 1600, 4to. 

Discourse not altogether unprofitable or unpleasant for such as are 

anxious to know the situation and Customs of Foreign Cities without 

travelling to see them. 1600, 4to. 
LEXHAM al. Leygham al. Leyham v, Layham. 
LBXHAM. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 
LEYES (Robert de). The King took homage of son and heir of Alicia 

who was wife of Geoffrey de Leyes of Aketon dec. of all lands, &c. 

O., 5 Edw. II. 5. 
LEYHAM i. Layham. 

LEYHAM and LEYSTON. Pedigrees. Add. 19140. 
LEYSTONE v. Leiston. 

LIDGATE (Ledegate, Ligata, Litgata', Litgate, Lydegate, Lydgate). 
, Isaac Marrowe of, admitted at Caius College. E.A. (N.S.) i. 159. 

Bronze ring found at. A.J. iii. 181, xviii. 163. Signet ring found 

at. S.L i. 24. Roman brass coin found at. S.I. i. 151. 
. Lands of William de Wateville. Story held as a manor in 

K.E.'s time 4 carucates and 60a. lOa. meadow. Dom. 435. 
. Land of Rainald the Breton. (?) 3 freemen held as a manor 

4 carucates. lOa. meadow. Dom. 445. 
, Grants, &c. ? in, 1302. Harl. 48 C. 47 : 1539. Harl. 48 D. 33. 

Harl. 48 I. 44. 

, One fee in, John de Hastinges. I.P.M., 6 Edw. II. 56. 

, Commission on complaint by Isabella, late the wife of John 

de Hastinges, touch, persons who broke her park at, hunted therein 

and carried away deer. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. II. pt. ii. 13d. 
, Reeves' account of lands in, 20 to 21 Edw. III. Ministers' 

Accounts. Bundle 1002, No. 16. 

, Gaweyn de Peyver of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 9 Rich. II. pt. ii. 6. 

, Will of Robert Neele of, proved at Ipswich 1444-1458. 

fol. 67. 
, Highway robbery between, and Wycombe Broke. Sir Lawrence 

Fyssher v. John Smythe and others. Star C.P., Hen. VIII. vol. 15, 

75. 
. Muster. Names of 11 able men, 1539. S.P. 652 M. 21. 



58 Lidgate. 

. Inquis. p.m. of Thomas Taylor of, 34-35 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 

10. App. ii. p. 128. 
, Subornation of perjury as to land at, Marrow v. Hall. 

Star C.P., Edw. VI. Bundle 7, 67. 

, Summons to Wm. Little of, 1639. S.P. 509. 

. Enclosure of Commons Act . (Local and pers. not pr.) 52 Geo. 

III. c. 39. 
. Included in the Wickhambrook Highway District 20 March 

1863. L.G. 1616. 
. School Board formed compulsorily 11 Jan. 1876. L.G. 100; 

Bye-laws made 10 Dec. 1878. L.G. 7072. 
LIDGATE v. sub Badmundesfield, &o. 
LIDGATE MANOR. Papers relating to manor, being copies of inquisitions^ 

lists of tenants, rentals, &o., to the year 1612. Add. 22058. 

. Extent. Hen. de Hastings. I.P.M., 32 Hen III. 63. 

, The lord of, claimed to have warren in free lands in Litigate. 

H.R. ii. 173, 196. 
, Order to deliver to Isabella late wife of John de Hastinges in 

dower with assent of John son and heir of the sd. John of yearly valufr 

of 17. Close Rolls, 6 Edw. II. 8. 
. Extent. With 5 marks rent in Bury. John de Hastynges. 

sen. I.P.M., 6 Edw. II. 56. 

. Extent. Isabella de Hastyngges. 76. 9 Edw. III. 44. 

. John de Hastynges E. of Pembroke. Ib. 49 Edw. III. pt. i. 70. 

, Walter and Thomas Deersley v. Edmond Dykman. Thomas 

Tayllor Parson of Lydgate and others as to title to lands, tythes and 

Common. Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. of Pleadings. N.D. (Hen. 

VIII.) 6. 
, John Taylour v. Geo. Taylour, touch, copyhold of. C.P. ser. ii. 

B. olxxvi. 14. 

LIDGATE MANOR v. sub Reydon Manor, &c. 
LIDGATE and OTTELEYE MANORS. Extent. Anne, wife of John de 

Hastynges, Earl of Pembroke. I. P.M., 7 Rich. II. 67. 
LIDQATE MANOR and CHURCH. Extent. Joan wife of Sir Wm. Bello 

Campo one of sisters and heirs of Thos. Earl of Arundell. Ib. 14. 

Hen. VI. 35. 

. Fees. Sir Edw. Nevill. Ib. 16 Edw. IV. 66. 

LIDGATE CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19102, 19103. Sepulchral 

brasses (c. 1380). Add. 32478, 32480. 32490. Plate. S.I. ix. 

295. Notice of death of James Moore rector of. Add. 5819. 



Lindsey. 59 

. John de Hastinges. I.P.M., 6 Edw. II. 56. 

, Order to escheator to deliver to Isabella late wife of John de 

Hastingges tenant in chief the advowson of, assigned by the king to 

her as dower. Close Rolls, 7 Edw. II. 17. 
. John de Hastyngea E. of Pembroke. I.P.M., 49 Edw. III. 

pt. i. 70. 
, Presentation of Thomas atte Welle to, on an exchange with 

Robert Vauney. Pat. Rolls, 3 Rich. II. pt. iii. 22. 
, Robert Welles or Wellys parson of, mentioned. Ib. 7 Hen. VI. 

pt. i. 20. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. 

L.G. 859. 

LIDGATE CH. and CASTLE. Visited by Suff. Inst. S.I. iii. 413. 
LIESTOWE v. Lowestoft. 
LIEUTENANTS, DEPUTY, of Suffolk. E. W. Greene, G. E. Manners, 1897. 

L.G. 3070. 

LIFE and LIGHT. Pedigrees. Add. 19140. 
LIGHTHOUSES. Papers relating to the patentees of, 1618. Lansd. 

162, 53. 
LILBOURNE (Walter) of Suff. Protection to, 9 Hen. V. French Rolls, 

D.K.R. 44. App. p. 634. 
LILLINGTON, LILLISTONE of Beccles, LiMBERGH and LIMESI. Pedigrees. 

Add. 19140. 

LINBURNA v. sub Homersfield. 
LINCOLN. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 
LINCOLNE (John). Grant to, of lands in Suff. 2 Eliz. 4 Pars O. 

Rot. 51. 
LINDHOLT [nr. Boxford] (?). Quittance for homage for, late Hen. II. 

Cott. xxvii. 112. 
LINDSEY (Leles, Lelesey, Leleseye, Lelessey, Lellesey, Lelleseye, 

Lelsey, Lillesey, Lillesleye, Lindesey, Linsey, Lyleshey, Lyllesey, 

Lynsey). 

, Manor of Beaumonds in. E.A. (N.S.) i. 167. 

. Lands of St. Edmund. 5 freemen whom Arnulf now holds of 

the Abbot who held 3 carucates. 3a. meadow. Dom. 369. 
. Land-s of Richard son of Earl Gislebert. 6 freemen held 1 caru- 



cate and 2a. meadow. Dom. 397&. 

, Grants, &c., in early Hen. III. Harl. 51 A. 5 : t. Edw. ! 

Harl. 51 D. 4 (do) : 1304. Harl. 49 F. 26, 51 C. 5 (do) D. 1 : 
1333, 1335. Harl. H. 20, 54 H. 21 : 1575. Harl. 48 D. 49. 



60 Lindsey. 

, Land in, Richard de Clare E. of Gloucester. I.P.M., 47 Hen. III. 

34. 

, Bailiffs' accounts of lands of Honor of Clare in, 4 to 5 Edw. I. 

Ministers' Accounts. Bundle 1109, No. 14. 
, Hamo Pecche v. William de Montchesney of Edwardstone and 

others, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. I. 18. 
, Free warren in, Godf. de Bellomonte. Chart. Rolls, 20 Edw. I. 

33. 
, Commission on complaint by Master Peter de Dene that Master 

John Walewyn and others broke into his house at, and consumed his 

goods and beat his servants. Pat. Rolls, 30 Edw. I. I6d. 

, Division of lands in, 1305. Harl. 54 H. 14. 

, Land in, Gilbert de Clare E. of Gloucester. I.P.M., 8 Edw. II. 68. 

, 1 messuage, 1 carucate, and 60 acres of land and 1 meadow and 

60s. rent in, Thomas de Grey and Alicia his wife. Ib. 15 Edw. II. 

22. 

, Free warren in, Prior of Kersey. Chart. Rolls, 19 Edw. II. 23. 

, Ministers' accounts of lands in, 1 to 3 Edw. III. Bundle 1109, 

No. 23. 12 to 13 Edw. III. Bundle 1110, No. 6. 20 Edw. IV. to 

1 Hen. VII. Bundle 1122, No. 8. 
, Bailiffs' accounts of lands in, 19 to 20 Edw. III. Bundle 1110, 

No. 14. 
, Bailiffs' accounts of lands in, 20 to 21 Edw. III. Ministers' 

Accounts. Bundle, 1110, No. 17. 26 to 27 Edw. III. Ib. 28. 

36 to 37 Edw. III. Bundle, 1111, No. 8. 37 to 38. 76. 10. 2 to 3 

Rich. Ib. 23. 2 to 3 Hen. IV. Bundle, 1112, No. 12. (Lands 

of late E. of March). 5 to 6 Hen. IV. 76. 13, 17. 
. 1 fee and 6th part of a fee per Rog. de Appelgarthe. Rog. de 

Mortuo Mari, Earl of March. I.P.M., 22 Rich. II. 34. 
, Fees in, Anna wife of Edm. late Earl of March. Ib. 11 Hen. VI. 

39. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands late of William de Monte Caniso 

in, ante Hen. VII. Bundle 1090, No. 4. 

. Muster. 12 names, 1539. S.P. 652, M. 21. 
, Action by Thomas Smith against Margaret Smith for account as 

to rents of moiety of manor of Beamonds in. C.P. iii. 21. 
, Action for performance of contract by John Turner against 

John Veysey for lease of land in. C.P. iii. 134. 

. Charity. 6Jac.I. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 3, No. 24. 20 Jac. I. 

76. Bundle 9, No. 1. 



Lindsey. 61 

, Chapel of St. James and Baker's Farm and Lindsey Farm, 

otherwise ' Clarks ' and lessees or farmers of Kersey Priory, &c. 

Tithes. Henry Abbutt and other v. Geo. Brooke. 2 W. and M. 

at Hadleigh. Exch. dep. 
. Included in the Lavenham Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1620. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1696. 

. Poor Law Acts. (P.O.) 47, 48 Viet. c. 47. 

LINDSEY v. sub Clare (Gilbert de), Cockfield, Groton, &c., Holton, &c., 

Kersey, &c., Kersey Priory. 
LINDSEY MANOR. The King committed to Robert Tibbitot, in the 

King's hand by reason of the trespass of William de Monte Caniso 

of Edwardeston to hold while in the hands of the King rendering 

8. 15. Id. p.a. O., 19 Edw. I. 13. 
, Appointment of Robert de Tibotot to, while in King's hands 

by reason of trespasses of William de Monte Caniso of Edwardeston 

at yearly rent of 8. 15. 1. its extent. Pat. Rolls, 19 Edw. I. 14. 
. Extent. Cecilia de Ferariis sometime wife of Godfrey de 

Bello Monte. I.P.M., 21 Edw. I. 49. 
, William de Monte Caniso in right of Beatrice de Bello Campo 

his wife. Ib. 30 Edw. I. 38. 

. Extent, William de Monte Caniso. Ib. 13 Edw. II. 26. 

. With advowson of free chapel of St. Jas. Ap. in Lelleseye. 

Extent. Ric. Waldegrave. Ib. 13 Hen. VI. 27. 
. Sir William Waldegrave d. 30 Jan. 1527 and George son and 

heir. 76. 19 Hen. VIII. 44. 
. Sir George Waldegrave d. 8 July 1528 and William son and 

heir. 76. 20 Hen. VIII. 18. 
. Sir William Waldegrave d. 7 Nov. 1554 and William son and 

heir. 76. 1 and 2 P. and M. 92. 
, Ousterlemain of, in favour of Edmund Chaplayne son of Edmund 

[1632]. Chancery. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 467. 
LINDSEY MANOR v. sub Kersey, Sutton Manor, &c. 
LINDSEY MANOR and ADVOWSON. Nesta de Cokefeud held, and died 

without heirs of her body, so same descended to Bartholomew de 

Creke, Ralph de Berners and William de Beaumont her relations and 

a partition was made between them. Abbr. of PI., 25 Edw. I. 

Hil. 29. 

LINDSEY CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19088. Plate. S.L ix. 211. 
. Rector. Robertus, early Hen. III. Had. 51 A. 6. 



62 Lindsey. 

, Acquittance to Abbey of Bury of 18s. 4d. by hands of Master 

John Waleweyn, for, Pat. Rolls, 34 Edw. I. 14 (Schedule). 
, Presentation of Master Robert de Chikewell to, in gift of King 

by reason of custody of lands and heir of Thomas de Swyneburne 

tenant in chief. Ib. 14 Edw. III. pt. i. 45. 

LINDSEY and LLNGFIELD al. Lindfield. Pedigrees. Add. 19140. 
LINO HALL and LENG HALL MANOR v. sub Brome. 
LIKGWOOD. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 
LTNHOW (?) in Babergh Hund. Lands of Eager de Rheims. Uluric 

held under Aluric Camp in K.E.'s time 30a. Dom. 4216. 
LJNSENGEN. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 
I/INSTEAD (Lenstead, Linested, Linesteda, Linestede, Linsted, Lyn- 

fitead, Lynsted, Lynstede). 
. 9 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ii. 114; 10 Rep. pt. ii. 11 ; 13 Rep. 

pt. iv. 444. 
. Land of R. Malet. Wolric a freeman in K.E.'s time held as 

a manor now Walter holds under R. Malet 60a., 2a. meadow. 

and 8a. attached to Withersdale. Dom. 311. 
, William le Leche of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. II. pt. i. 

ISd., ltd. 
. Extents of the land belonging to Sibton Abbey in, 12-19 



Edw. II. [1318-26]. Add. 34560. 
, Will of John Tabott of, proved at Ipswich 1444-1455 fol. 109 ; 

and of Robert Goddman of, proved at Ipswich 1458-1477. 
, Thos. Everard al. Everett, Jesuit, born 1560 at. D.N.B. xviii. 86. 
, Wm. Brome and Olive his wife v. Alice Loveday, wid. touch. 

manor of Hovells and lands in. C.P., ser. ii. B. xii. 57. 

, Examination of Thos. Everard of, 1623. S.P. 18. 

, Francis Everard of, Recusant 1654. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 3186. 

LINSTEAD v. sub Cookley, &c., Eye Manor, Everard, Huntingfield, &c., 

Spexhall, &c. 
LINSTEAD (Great) or LINSTEAD MAGNA. Recovery in, 1529. Add. 

Ch. 10399. 
, Grant by Wm. Orfford of a tenement in. S.P., 23 Hen. VIII. 

653. 

, Valor in (?) 1541. Add. Ch. 135596. 

, Covenant for fine of Pondall manor in, 1621. Add. Ch. 10432. 

, Wm. Cook begs to compound for lands in, lately purchased of 

Eras. Everard, but two-thirds of which are sequestered for his 

recusancy, 1648. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 1877. 



Little Hall. 63 



. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 17 May 1881. L.G. 2546. 

LINSTEAD MAGNA v. sub Huntingfield, &o. 

LINSTEAD GREAT CHXJBCH. Monuments in. Add. 19080-19083. 

Plate. S.I. ix. 14. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 258. 

. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

LINSTEAD (Upper) v. sub Elmham South, etc. 

LINSTEAD (Little) or LINSTEAD PARVA. Confirmation of Arms and 

Crest to Nicholas Cooke of. E.C.C. 43. 
. Release and recovery in, 1404. Harl. 55 C. 5 : 1529. 

Add. Ch. 10399 (do). 
, Inquis. p.m. of William Lether of, 4-5 Eliz. D.K.R. 10. App. 

ii. p. 132. 

, Precipe on a covenant cone, land in, 1578. Add. Ch. 25362. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 17 May 1881. L.G. 2546. 

. Poor Law Acts. (P.O.) 47, 48 Viet. c. 46. 

LINSTEAD (LITTLE) v. sub Cookley, &c., Huntingfield, &c. 

LINSTEAD (Little) CHTTRCH. Extracts from Churchwardens' books. 

E.A. i, 48, 128. Plate. S.I. ix. 15. 

. Desecration by Dowsing 1643. S.I. vi. 257. 

LINSTEAD MAGNA ET PARVA. Free warren in, John Jenny. Chart. 

Rolls, 17 Edw. III. 2. 

LINSTEAD (Gt.) and (Little) CHURCHES v. sub Metfield, &c. 
LISLE (John Dudley) Earl. Grant of lands in Suffolk to, 37 Hen. VIII. 

7 Pars O. Rot. 20. 

L'IsLE al. de Insula. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 
LISTER (John) and EDWARD DERBY. Grant to, of lands in Suff. 2 

Jac. I. 3 Pars 0. Rot. 19. 
LITLALIUERMERA v. Livermere. 
LITONS v. sub Melford, Long. 

LITTELL of Sudbury and LITTLE. Pedigrees. Add. 19140. 
LITTLE (Galfridus) Sen. and Jun. Grant of right to hold Court 

Leet in Suff. 18 Jac. I. 5 Pars 0. Rot. 27. 
LITTLEOROSS (?) (Litelcros) hi Wilford Hund. Lands of Robert Maid. 

7 villeins with 40a. and 3a. meadow. Dom. 318. 
LITHEHATTGHE al. Lythehaghe al. Little Haugh v. Haugh (Little). 
LITTELIRWALD. William Leverer of Weston and others v. the Master 

of the Knights Templars in England, touch, a messuage and land in. 

Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. I. 21d. 
LITTLE HALL (Lytelhalle) MANOR v. Norton M. 



64 Livermere. 

LIVERMERK (Great) (Levermore, Litlaliuermera, Liuelmera, Liuer- 

mera, Liuremere, Liveremere, Livermore, Lynereud, Lyueremer, 

Lyuermere, Lywmere, Lyweremere, Petylevermere). 

. Notes relating to. Add. 5847. 

. Lands of St. Edmund. 10 freemen held 1 carucate 2a. 

meadow. And Frodo holds 12 freemen with 2 carucates and holds 

another freeman with 2 more carucates and 4a. meadow. A church 

with 12a. Dom. 3636. 
. Lands of St. Edmund. Fulcher holds of the Abbot 2 freemen 

with 20a. And a. meadow. Dom. 359. 

. Lands of St. Ethddreda. 3 freemen held 29a. Dom. 382. 

. Lands of Hugh de Montfort. Hugh de Benerda holds the lands 

which Goodmund held in K.E.'s time viz. 2 carucates as a manor. 

4a. meadow. 1 fishery. And 3 freemen held 80a. and la. meadow. 

Dom. 408. 
, Order to Abbot of Bury as to scutage paid by Thomas de Haya 

for 1 knight's fee in. 8 Hen. III. pt. i. 16. 
, Land in, Semanus Machom and others for the Abbey of Leiston. 

I.Q.D., 4 Edw. II. 83. 5 Edw. II. 90. 
, One fee in, Gilbert de Clare E. of Gloucester. I.P.M., 8 Edw. II. 

68. 
, Land in, William de Brundissh and others for Bury Abbey. 

Ib. 24 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 22. 
, Land in, Clement de Knapton and others for Bury Abbey. Ib. 

29 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 8. 

, Land in, John de Veer E. of Oxford. Ib. 34 Edw. III. 84. 

, Land in, Thomas de Veer E. of Oxford. Ib. 45 Edw. III. 45. 

, Demise of Broome Hall Manor, &c., 1394. Harl. 45 D. 27. 

, Recoveries, &c., in, 1396. Add. Ch. 18684 : 1402. Add. Ch. 

9117: 1447. Add. Ch. 9126 : 1460. Add. Ch. 9130. 
, Messuage in, bought from Ric. Cook. E.C.P., 35-38 Hen. VI. 

26, 603. 
, Uphall Manor and land in, John Smith. I.P.M., 21 Edw. IV. 

30. 
. Court of Wards and Liveries t. Hen. VII. and VIII. D.K.R. 6 

App. ii. p. 27. 
, Bromhall Manor in. George Bockingham d. 21 Sept. 1523 and 

Thomas son and heir. I.P.M., 16 Hen. VIII. 44. 
, Bromehall Manor in, Thomas Bokenham d. 9 Dec. 1534 and 

John son and heir. Ib. 27 Hen. VIII. 26. 



Liver mere. 65 

, Particulars of farms in, for grant to Sir William Butts. 36 Hen. 

VIII. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 184. 
, Customs of Manors of Uphall and Bromhall in, William Cok and 

Thomas Symond v. Thomas Bromwich and Geo. Bokenham. 

Star C.P., Hen. VIII. vol. 17, 72. 
, Bromehall Manor in, John Bokenham d. 1 Aug. 1551 and 



Dorothea sister and next heir. I. P.M., 6 Edw. VI. 86. 
, John Claxton holder of Manor of Up-hall in, 1597. Rawl. B. 

319. 
, Descent of the manors of Broom-hall and Up-hall in, 1597. 

Rawl. B. 319. 
, Rich. Chapman late of, under sequestration, 1648. S.P., Gal. 

of Comp. 96. 
, Richard Chapman of, begs discharge of his estate sequestered 

in 1643, 1652. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 2978. 
LIVERMERE (or Great Livermere) v. sub Chedburgh, &c., Clare (Gilbert 

de), Hartest, &c., Ingham Hall Manor, Ixworth Priory, Redestell, 

Sapiston, &c., Thurston Magna, &c. 
LIVERMERE (Great) MANOR. Court rolls 1275, 1309. Add. Ch. 9096, 

9097. 

. John Bokenham. I.P.M., 2 Rich. III. 7. 

, John Dowvys to shew title to, 1 Eliz. M. Mich. Rec. Rot. 121. 

, John Clayton (Claxton) to shew title to, 10 Jac. I. M. Mich. 

Rec. Rot. 195. 
LIVERMERE (Great) CHTTRCH. Bells of. E.A. i. 161. Monuments in. 

Add. 19109. Sepulchral brasses (c. 1425-1577.) Add. 32478, 

32484. Plate. S.I. ix. 284. 
, Conf. of the advowson, end of 12 cent. Add. Ch. 7209. Record 

of presentation of N. de Thelnetham to the Living in 1361, 1409 

(copy). Harl. Roll. O. 7. 
, Nomination to the abbot of Battle of Robert de Tunsted parson 

of, for presentation to Aillesham in exchange with John Bromley. 

Pat. Rolls, 8 Rich. II. pt. i. 23. 
, Will of Master Robert de Tunsted parson of, mentioned. Ib. 

13 Rich. II. pt. iii. 7. 

. Demise of advowson, 1394. Harl. 45 D. 27. 

. Rector. Walt. Coket, 1447, 1460. Add. Ch. 9126, 9130. 

. Rector. Ric. Florance, 1503. Harl. 46. 

, John Clayton (Claxton) to shew title to the advowson, 10 Jac. I. 

M. Mich. Rec. Rot. 195. 



66 Livermere. 

LIVERMERE (Little). Lands of St. Edmund. 1 freemen held 2 caru- 
cates a. meadow. A church with 12a. Of them Walter holds 3 
freemen with 1 carucate. Dom. 3666. 

, Grants, &c., in, t. Hen. III. Ha^l. 57 F. 19 : 1310. Add. Ch. 

18602 : 1367. Add. Ch. 18659 : 1394. Harl. 45 D. 27 : 1492. 
Add. Ch. 9117. 

, John Wolmere of, mentioned, Pat. Rolls, 13 Edw. III. pt. L 26. 

, John son of Henry Bole of, mentioned. Ib. 7 Rich. II. pt. ii. 27. 

, Muryeile Manor. Sir John Ooftes d. 15 Jan. 1557 and 

Edward Croftes son and heir. I.P.M., 4 and 5 Ph. and M. 54. 

, Muryeile Manor in. Edward Croftes d. 14 Feb. 1557 and Thomas 

son and heir 18 years of age. Ib. 4 and 5 Ph. and M. 21. 

LIVERMERE, LITTLE v. sub Ampton, etc. 

LIVERMERE PARVA and Tymmeworth Manors. John Cockett d. 10 
Aug. 1516 and Edward son and heir. I.P.M., 10 Hen. VIII. 98. 

LIVERMERE (Little) CHURCH. Bells of. E.A. i. 161. Plate. S.I. 
ix. 284. Monuments in. Add. 19079. Warrant to Prioress and 
nuns of T. to impropriate. Cambridge Dd. III. 53 (140). 

LIVERMERE, GREAT and LITTLE. Included in the Blackbourn High- 
way District 20 March 1863. L.G. 1618. 
. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April, 1881. L.G. 1722. 

LIVERMERE, GT. and LITTLE v. sub Hessett, &c. 

LIVERMERE, GREAT and LITTLE CHURCH. Benefice. Procurations and 
synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. L.G. 859. 

LIVERMERE GRANGE. Particulars of farm of, for grant to Richard 
and Roger Taverner, 38 Hen. VEIL D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 255. 

LIVERMERE GRANGE al. Wangford Grange v. sub Brandon. 

LIVERMERE and WANGFORD. Abbot of Warden held 1 fee in, t. Hen. III. 
Red Book of the Exchequer cxxxv. rider c. 

LIVERMERE. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 

LTXFELD v. Laxfield. 

LLOYD. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 

LLOYD (Rev. Chas.) of Palgrave, Two Sermons on Christian Zeal and 
the Progress of the Gospel. 1808, 8vo. 

LOAN. Warrant of the loan commissioners of Sufi, to summon de- 
faulters, 1626. Tanner Ixxii. 11. 

LOCK and LOCKWOOD. Pedigrees, Add. 19140. 

LOCOMOTIVES. Confirmation of Bye-laws as to, in West Suff. 
1900, L.G. 1895. 

LODER. Pedigree, Add. 19140. 



Loes. 67 

LODER (R.). Terrier of Woodbridge, 1806. 1811. 

LODGE. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 

LODHAM v. Loudham. 

LODINGTON and LODNE. Pedigrees. Add. 19140. 

LODYNGLOND v. Lothingland. 

LOES HUNDRED (Loos, Loose, Lose). History of, by R. Hawes 

(1712). Add. 32247. 
, Roll of, concerning perquisites, 53 Hen. III. P.R.O., Court 

Rolls. Portfolio 203, 100. 

, Deeds relating to, temp. Edw. I. 1755. Add. Ch. 10265-10293. 
, Lands in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. I.P.M., 

35 Edw. I. 46. 
, Agistation of arms made in, 19 Edw. II. Harl. 1192 

, Confirm, of a grant by Thomas E. of Norfolk to Thomas de 

Pabenham of, to hold for life. Pat. Rolls, 11 Edw. III. pt. ii. 26- 
, Diverslete. Edward son and heir of Edward de Monte Acuto. 

I.P.M., 35 Edw. III. pt. ii. 7. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands in, 23 Rich. II. to 1 Hen. IV. 

Bundle 1121, No. 4. 

, Land in, Thos. Duke of Norf. I.P.M., 1 Hen. IV. 7 la, 72. 

-, Land in, John Duke of Norf. Ib. 11 Hen. VI. 43. 
, Land in, John Duke of Norf. and Eleanor his wife. I.P.M., 

1 Edw. IV. 46. 

. John late duke of Norf. Ib. 17 Edw. IV. 58. 

, Assignment of, in dower, 1477. Add. Ch. 26598. 

. Confirmed by Act to Duke of Norfolk, 1488. R.P. vi. 41 1, 1503, 

529. 
. Thomas Felton d. 10 Feb. 1533 and Thomas son and heir. 

I.P.M., 26 Hen. VIII. 3. 

. Muster, 1539. S.P. 652, M. 21. 

, Livings of two churches in, vacant, 1565 (?). S.P. Addenda 577. 

, Petition of, for exemption from contribution in setting forth 

ships, 1627. S.P., Chas. I. 130. 
, Abstract of accounts of Collectors of Loan for, 1627. S.P., 

Chas. I. 365. 
, Returns by Justices of Peace for, 1636. S.P. 333, 1636-7* 

S.P. 269. 1637-8. S.P. 544. 1638. S.P. 282. 
LOES HUNDRED v. sub Culpho, &c., Framlingham Manor, &c., 

Framlingham Castle and Manor, Kelsale Manor, &e., Plomesgate 

Hund. &c. 



68 Loes. 

LOES, DEANERY OF. Church Plate of. S.I. be. 184. 

LOES, CARLFOED, COLNEIS, THREDLINQ, &c., HUND. Exchequer 
constat to John Wentworth collector of 15th and 10th for, 43 Eliz. 
Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1224. 

LOES, PLOMESOATE and WILFORD HUNDREDS. Domesday. E.A. 
(N.S.) iv. 64. 

LOES and WILFORD HTODREDS. For relief and employment of Poor. 
31 Geo. III. c. 72. (Loc. and pers.) 50 Geo. III. c. 119. 7 Geo. IV. 
c. 1. 

LOFFT family of Troston. Burke L.G. 980. N. and Q., 8th set. xi. 124. 
Pedigree. Add. 19140. Capel Lofft and self formation. N. andQ., 
6th ser. xii. 425, 515. His burial place. Ib. 8th ser. xi. 8. His 
Works : " The Praises of Poetry a Poem." Lond. 1775, 12mo. 
" View of several Schemes respecting America." 1775, 8vo. Cases 
adjudged in the Court of King's Bench from Easter Terra 12 Geo. III. 
to Michmas. 14 Geo. III. etc. Lond. 1776, fol. Dialogues on the 
principles of the Constitution. 1776, 8vo. Observations on 
Wesley's Second Calm Address, etc. 1777, 8vo. Observations on 
Mrs. Macauley's History of England. 1778, 4to. Principia cum 
Juris Universalis turn precipue Anglicani. Lond. 1779, 2 vols. 12mo. 
Elements of Universal Law with a Translation of the first vol. of the 
Principia Vol. 1. Lond. 1779, 12mo. An Argument on the Nature 
of Party and Faction. Lond., 1780, 8vo. Eudosia, or a Poem on 
the Universe. Lond. 1781, 8vo. Observations on a Dialogue on 
the actual state of Parliament. 1783, 8vo. Inqiiiry into the legality 
and expediency of increasing the Royal Navy by Subscriptions for 
Building County Ships. 1783, 8vo. Translations of the first and 
second Georgics of Virgil. 1784, 8vo. Essay on the Law of 
Libels, etc. Lond. 1785, 8vo. A Brief Account of the Hospital 
of St. Elizabeth, etc. Trans, from the Latin by C. L. Notes. Lond. 
1786, 8vo. The Original Latin printed same year under the fictitious 
name of Humillimus Pauperum Advocatus. 8vo. Three Letters on 
the Question of Regency. Lond. 1789, 8vo. Observations on the 
1st part of Dr. Knowle's Testimonies of the Divinity of Christ from 
the first four centuries. Lond. 1789, 8vo. History of the Corporation 
and Test Acts. Bury, 1790, 8vo. Remarks on the Letter of Edmund 
Burke concerning the Revolution in France, etc. Lond. 1790, 8w>. 
" Essay on the Effects of a Dissolution of Parliament." Lond. 1791, 
8vo. The Law of Evidence, by Chief Baron Gilbert, etc. 1791- 
96, 2 vols. 8 vo. 1st and 2nd books of Milton's Paradise Lost. Notes. 



LotegaresJiale. 69 



1792, 4to. On the Revival of the Cause of Reform in the Representa- 
tion of the Commons in Parliament. 2nd Edit. 1810, 8w. Laura 
London, 1812, 1814, 5 vols. 8w. Aphorisms from Shakespeare 
arranged to plays, etc. Notes and Preface, Bury, 1812, 18mo. 
Mr. Lofft was a considerable contributor to the Monthly Magazine 
particularly on Astronomical subjects. 

LOGAN. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 

LOISTOK v. Lowestoft. 

LOMAX of Eye from Lane. Pedigree. Harl. 1449 ; Add. 19140. 

LOMNOUR (William). Quit claim in cos. Norf. and Suff. 1472. Stowo 
Ch. 193. 

LONDON. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 

LONDON WORTHIES from Suffolk. Gent. M. 1821, pt. i. pp. 126-7. 

LONE. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 

LONG MELFORD v. Melford (Long). 

LONG of Parham, of Saham magna of Saxmundham, LONGCHAMP, 
LONGE of Coddenham and LONGESPER. Pedigrees. Add. 19140. 
of Hart's Hall nr. Saxmundham. Burke L.G. 984. 

LOOSE [in Babergh Hundred ?]. (Losa) thought by some to be Loose 
near Maidstone a Kentish entry gone astray but not unlikely 
Loose a hamlet of Hitcham in Cosford Hundred. 

, Lands of Ramdf Peverell. Leustan holds and held under K.E. a 

carucate and a hah*. It was ' God's carucate ' in the soc of Holy 
Trinity in Canterbury. 6a meadow. Dom. 4166. 

, Land in, Stephen de Brokedissh. Ib. 1 Edw. II. 57. 

, Will of Simon Stubberde of, proved at Ipswich 1444-1455 fol. 6. 

LOPHAM. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 

LOPHAMS v. sub Woolverstone. 

LORAINE and LORD. Pedigrees. Add. 19140. 

LORD LIEUTENANTS of Suff. Sir Edward Hynd. 13 Rep. Hist. Com. 
pt. iv. 441. Henry Duke of Grafton. Pat. Rolls, 1 Jas. II. 
pt. i. 2. 

. Docquet of a warrant and of a Patent for Henry Duke of 

Grafton, in place of Lionel E. of Dysart, 1705. Harl. 2262, 7345. 
. Marquess of Bristol. 1886, L.G. 744. 

LORING. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 

LOSAM v. Lawshall (?) and Loose. 

LOSSE. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 

LOTEGARESHALE. John la Zuche v. Adam (or Ada) de Fulwyk and 
others touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. I. lid. 



70 Lotheringham. 



LOTHERINGHAM v. Letheruigham. 

LOTHIKOLAND (Lodynglond, Lothyngland, Luddingland, Luddyng- 

land, Luddynglond, Ludingelond, Ludingland, Ludinglond, Ludyng- 

lond, Ludynglound, Luthingland, Luthinglond) Hundred and Half 

Hundred. 
. Ordinance for fortifying, 24 Aug. 1643. 5 Rep. Hist. 

Com. 103. 
, Historical and Topographical notices of, by J. H. Druery. Lond. 

1826, 8vo. Ancient petition of people of Half Hundred of. P.R.O., 

11959. 
, Order as to land in, in favour of H. Archdeacon of Wells. Close 

Rolls, 6 John 14. 
, The men of, complain against the bailiffs of Geoffrey de Bosco 

in respect of homage and relief asserting they owe fealty to the 

King alone. Abbr. of PL, 10 John Mich. 9. 
, Order to let H. Bp. of Lincoln have such seisin of his houses in, 

as Thomas de Ludingland formerly had. Close Rolls, 15 John 

pt. ii. 5. 
, Order to the Bailiffs of, that they let Charles son of William have 

land formerly of Henry de Alneto in, which the King gave to him. 

Ib. 17 John pt. i. 13. 
, Grant of, by Hen. III. to J. and D. de Baliol [1227]. (Copy.) 

Cott. ii. 14. 

. Fee farm. Chart. Rolls, 15 Hen. III. pt. i. 

. Bromeholme Priory. 76. 26 Hen. III. 5. 

, A piece of marsh of about 2 acres in, held by William Reynald. 

H.R. ii. 161. 

, Pleas held in the Court of, " De vetito namio." H.R. ii. 169. 

, Subtraction of a certain custom by Henry of Hobland in. H.R. 

ii. 169. 
. Half Hundred. Held by John de Baillol and Dervergoil his 

wife on demise of Hen. III. in exchange. H.R. ii. 185. 
. Devorgille de Balliol holds by demise of Hen. III. H.R. ii. 

169. 
, Robert de Enges t. of Rich. I. held of the King in chief 1 socage in 

Enges in, and William Payn by purchase of his father held same /. 

Edw. I. H.R. ii. 162. 
, Folcran de Watecroft t. K. John held of him in chief a ger- 

sumary socage in Watecroft in, one Thos. de Wodebeter had 5a. by 

purchase of his father Roger. H.R. ii. 162. 



LotTiingland. 71 



, Ralph Key held of the King in chief a gersumary socage in 

Bretherton in. H.R. ii. 163. 

, John de Gorleston by purchase held of the King in chief a ger- 
sumary socage in Bretherton in. Ib. 

, Alexander de Bretherton t. Hen. III. held a gersumary socage in 

Bretherton in, and 13a. with 1 mess, of the King in chief, and Prior of 
Norwich held 14a. by gift of John de Bretherton son of said 
Alexander. 76. 

, Robert Furinag' t. K. Rich, in chief a gersumary socage in 

Bretherton, and Ralph Martin held 6a. with a mess, and the residue 
held by others of said Ralph. H.R. ii. 163. 

, Symion Frost t. Hen. III. held of him in chief a gersumary 

socage in Bretherton in, one William de Enges by purchase held 
2| acres with messuage. Henry le Marchant \ rod. Ralph Key 
\ acre. John Bruman a. Thomas de Hopeton a. Henry de 
Enges 3 ac. John son of Roger 1 rod. Rich. Mercator la. Oliver 
Wich 1 rod. Christiana la Romero la. Henry Frost 1 rod. 
Ralph Martin 1 rod. John de Aldeburgh 1 rod. William Thos 
1 rod. Steph. Fiket 1 rod. H.R. ii. 163. 

, Costin de Norwico and Estrilda his wife held of Hen. III. 35 

acres in. H.R. ii. 182. 

, Grant to Roger le Bigod for life of, in exchange. Pat. Rolls, 30 

Edw. I. 25 (Schedule]. 

, Land in, Roger son of Peter son of Osbert and Katherine his 

wife. I.P.M., 31 Edw. 1. 176. 

, Grant to John de Britannia the King's nephew of the half 

hundred of ; extended of the value 100 marks, 31 Edw. I. Pat. 
Rolls, 31 Edw. I. 46 ; 34 Edw. I. 1. 

. Free warren, Prior of Holy Trinity Norwich. Chart. Rolls, 36 

Edw. I. 68. 

, Citation of Domesday survey of. Close Rolls, 19 Edw. II. 

11. 

, 1 Fee in, Thos. Earl of Lancaster p. Galfrid With. I.P.M., 

1 Edw. III. 88. 

, Licence for John of Brittany E. of Richmond to grant for life 

to Mary de Sancto Paulo Countess of Pembroke, held in chief and 
formerly held by John de Balliolo and granted to the Earl by the late 
King. Pat. Rolls, 5 Edw. III. pt. i. 1 ; 7 Edw. III. pt. i. 22. 

, Information by men of, as to taking of silver from the kingdom. 

Ib. 1 Edw. III. pt. ii. 2Qd. 



72 Lothingland. 

, Order to escheator not to intermeddle with half of. Close Rolls, 

8 Edw. HI. 19. 
, The King committed to Edmund Bacoun the custody of the 

half hundred of, in the King's hand for 1 year at rent of 100 marks. 

O., 8 Edw. III. 3. 

, A moiety of, extent. For the King. I.P.M., 11 Edw. III. 4. 
, Leet' cur.' Margery wife of Edmund Bacoun. 76. 27 Edw. III. 

28. 

. Wm. Molyns and Margery his wife. 76. 4 Rich. II. 38. 

. Confirmed to Duke of Suff. 1385. R.P. iii. 209. 

, Thomas Bryghtyene of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 14 Rich. II. 

pt. i. 36. 
. Having been granted to the Queen, indemnity is prayed to the 

sheriff for the farm thereof, 1393-4. R.P. 322. 

, Land in, Thos. Ashman. I.P.M., 1 Hen. IV. 34. 
, Fees in, Mich, de la Pole, son and heir of Mich, de la Pole, Earl 

of Suff. Ib. 3 Hen. V. 486. 
. Katerina, wife of Mich, de la Pole, late Earl of Suff. 76. 7 



Hen. V. 62. 

. Wm. late duke of Suff. 76. 28 Hen. VI. 25. 

, Pardon of outlawry to John Herman late of Lound in. Pat* 

Rolls, 3 Edw. IV. pt. i. 22. 

. Annuity thereout granted to the Queen, 1467-8. R.P. v. 6256. 

, Ministers' accounts of lands in. 2 Ric. III. to 1 Hen. VII. 

Bundle 1121, No. 9. 
, Ministers' accounts of fee farm rents in. ante Hen. VIL 

Bundle 1094, No. 9, 10. 

. Court of Wards and Liveries. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. p. 56, 86. 

, Grant of lands and rents in. S.P. 1 Hen. VIII. 155. 

, Plan of ; being land between Yarmouth and Lowestoft. 1559. 

S.P. Eliz. 147. 

, Livings of 3 churches in, vacant. 1565 ? S.P. addenda 577. 

, Book of musters taken for, 1584. S.P. 153. 

, Certificate of grain remaining in, 1587. S.P. 403. 

, Release of E. W. N. & S. Leet Manors, &c., in, 1608. Add. Ch. 

14279. 

, Account of collectors of loan for, 1627. S.P. 341. 

. Ordinance for fortifying. 19 Car. I., H.L. vi. 195, 196. 

, Proposals for farm of excise in, and suburbs of Thetford, co. 

Suff., 1653. S.P. 270. 



Lothingland. 73 



, An act for benefit of the poor in the hundreds of Mutford and, 4 

Geo. 3. c. 89 ; 3 and 4 Will. IV. c. 49. 

, Proposals for printing account of, 1771. 

LOTHINGLAND HUNDRED v. sub. Ashby Manor, Blything H. &c., Burgh 

Castle &c., Gorton Ch., Eye Castle, &c., Fakenham &c., Ipswich 

&c., Lowestoft, Lowestoft Manor, &c., Mutford Hund. &c., Somer- 

leyton &c., Yarmouth (Little) &c. 
LOTHINGLAND MANOR, Order to give seisin to W. Earl of Salisbury of. 

Close Rolls, 1 Hen. III. pt. i. 8, pt. ii. 19. Tax not to be placed on, 

in hands of W. Earl of Salisbury. Ib. 2 Hen. III. pt. ii. 11. 14 

Hen. III. 5d. 
, John de Baylol and Devorgoyll' his wife sue Thomas de Horsey 

and others for hindering them as holders of, on the grant of the 

king in exchange for other lands in Chester belonging to them from 

collecting the King's dues at Yarmouth. Abbr. of PI., 44 and 45 

Hen. III. 9. 

, Holdings in Gorleston and Lowestoft in, H.R. ii. 160, 161. 

Hath wreck of the sea and liberty of the view of frankpledge and 

liberty of the gallows and assize of bread and ale, a market, prison 

where malefactors are imprisoned in the stocks as well as at 

Gorleston and Lowestoft. H.R. ii. 169. 

, Liberties of. H.R. ii. 169. In King's hands. 76. 182. 
, The steward of, is also the coroner. H.R. ii. 169. 

. The King. I.P.M. 13 Edw. I. 108. 
, Grant to Thomas de Holland of 100 marks a year from. Pat. 

Rolls, 3 Rich. II. pt. ii. 10. 
LOTHINGLAND MA.NOR v. sub Burgh. 
LOTHINGLAND DEANERY. Round tower churches in. E.A. i. 110. 

Church plate of, S.I. ix. 35. 
LOTHINGLAND ISLAND. No necessity for fortifying, 1644-45. S.P. 338. 

. Order for defence of, &c. 24 Car. I. H.L. x. 326, 328. 

, Excise of beer and ale brewed in Suff. lent sold and expended in, 

&c. Sir Saml. Starling knt. v. Sir Jeffy. Palmer knt. & bart., and 

others. 20 Chas. II. at King's Lynn ; 21 Chas. II. at Norwich. Exch. 

dep. 

LOTHINGLAND ISLAND v. sub Beccles. 
LOTHINGLAND, DUNWICH, and ORFORD. Order as to tallage in. Close 

Rolls, 15 Hen. III. m. 19. 
LOTHINGLAND and MUTFORD HUNDREDS. Grant of. S.P. 2 Hen. VIIL 

1446. 



74 Lothingland. 



, Half hundreds of, and manors of Lound, Somerleyton and 

Ashby &c., and wastes belonging, common of pasture, right of fishing 
&c. Wm. Heveningham v. Sir John Wentworth Knt. and others. 
15 Chas. I. at Beccles. 1639 at Beccles and 16 Car. I. at S. Olaves. 
Exch. dep. 

LOTHINGLAND and MUTFORD HUNDREDS (Manor). Maria Kingston 
widow d. 26 Aug. 1547, 2 Edw. VI., and Henry Jernegan son and 
heir. I.P.M., 2 Edw. VI. 70. 

LOTHTTWISTOFTE Cll. LOTHUWISTORP, dl. LOTHWISTOFT V. LOWESTOFT. 

LOTJDHAM (Landham, Lodham, Loundham, Lowdham, Ludeham, 

Ludham), a hamlet of Pettistree. 
, Wm. Handstone of, admitted at Caius College. E.A. (N.S.) i. 

139. 

. Lands of Earl Alan. A freeman held 9a. Dom. 2936. 

. Lands of Robert Malet. 10 freemen and 2 half freemen held 1 

carucate in K.E.'s time and 4a. meadow ; and there were 2 freemen 

with 24a. and 4|a. meadow, 1 mill. This Walter son of Aubrey now 

holds. A freeman held 8a. and another freeman Morewin held as 

a manor 40a., under him being 14 freemen with 40a. and 5a. meadow. 

This Walter de Caen now holds. And a freeman held 8a. Doin. 

3196, 3246, 325. 
. Lands of Roger Bigot. A freeman Turnold held 7a. and la. 

meadow, and another freeman 2a. Dom. 3436. (bis.) 
. Lands of St. Ethddreda. Half a freeman Morewin held 20a. 

and 7 freemen under him 20a. 2Ja. meadow. Dom. 388. 
. Lands of Gilbert Bp. of Eireux. 34 freemen held a carucate and 

a half and 6a. meadow, and a church with 60a. Dom. 3886. 
. Land of Heroey de Berri. A half freeman in K.E.'s time held 

15a. Dom. 443. 
, Command to the sheriff to let Gilbert de Kentewell have land of 

Cecilie Carbonel ia Close Rolls, 17 John, pt. i. 15. 
, Order to let John de Harecurt have seisin of lands in. 76. 1 

Hen. III. pt. i. 8. 
, Order to give seisin to Rich, de Harecurt of lands in. 76. 2 He*. 

m. pt. i. 17. 

, William le Fraunkeleyn v. Richd. Boycy and others, touch, a 

messuage and land in. Pat. Rolls, 8 Edw. I., lid. 

, Land in, Stephen de Brokedissh. I. P.M., 1 Edw. II. 57. 

, Land in, John de Loudham and Joan his wife. 76. 30 Edw. III. 

19. 



Loudkam. 75 

, Rich, de Rendlesham gave to Simon de Saltfletby certain lands 

in. I.Q.D., 36 Edw. III. 40. 
. Industrial and Provident Society, dissolution of, 1890. L.G. 

846. 
LOTJDHAM v. sub Bredfield Manor, Bruisyard &c., Eye Honor, Eye 

Manor, Hacheton &c., Rendlesham &c., Wickham &c. 
LOTJDHAM MANOR. Joan wife of John de Loudham. I.P.M., 46 

Edw. III. 35. 
. In the King. Ib. 9 Hen. VI. 3. 

. John Bleverassett d. 8 Nov. 1509, and Thomas son and heir. 

Ib. 2 Hen. VIII. 33. 

. Thomas Bleverhasset d. 27 June 1531, and George son and heir. 

Ib. 23 Hen. VEIL 63. 
. George Blaunerhasset d. 18 Feb. 1543, and Maria daur. and heir. 

I.P.M., 36 Hen. VIII. 
, Action by Samuel Bleuerhasset who is seised in fee of, who 

agreed with Thos. Fuller deft, to permit him to dwell, &c., in the 

manor house, rendering a certain rent in. C.P. i. 66. 
LOUDHAM CHURCH. Grant of lease on surrender to Chris. Walter and 

Eliz. Peyton of parsonage of, 1591. S.P. 16. 
LOUDHAM, GLEMHAM, BEENGES, CRANESFORD, SYBTON, FRAMELING- 

HAM, STANTON, FLENWORTHE, ALYNTON, SUTTON, WINGEFELD, 

TYKEBROTT, CRETYNG and MARLESFORD and elsewhere. 10 knights' 

fees in. Wm. de Ufford Earl of Suff. and Joan his wife. I.P.M., 

5 Rich. II. 57. 
LOUDHAM, GLEMHAM, BENGES, CRANESFORD, SYBTON, FRAMLINGHAM, 

ST ANTON, FLYN WORTH, ALYNTON, WYNGEFELD, CRETYNG, MARLIS- 

FORD, KENTON, FRESYNGFELD, STYKELOND, THURSTANTON, BAKETON 

and SEMERE. Fees in, Mich, son and heir of Mich, de la Pole. Ib. 

3 Hen. V. 486. Ib. Wm. late Duke of Suff. Ib. 28 Hen. VI. 25. 
LOUDHAM and PITESTREY. Tithes of rectories and parsonages late 

of dissolved monastery of Campsey Ash. Whr. vicar endowed 

at Lowdham. John Johnson v. John Lane and other. - 1609 at 

Wickham Market. Exch. dep. 
. (?) Fordham Little Manor. Robert le Poerand Alice his wife 

recovered in an action in 27 Edw. I. part of, and 100 marks damages 

for which they seek execution. Abbr. of PI. 15 Edw. II. Mich. 

128. 
LOUDHAM al. Lowdham. Pedigree. Add. 19140. Tanner cclvii. 160. 

Add. 5524 ; Harl. 155, 1449, 1552, 1560, 6093. Arms. Harl. 1449. 



76 Loudham. 

LOUDHAM (John de) heir of Robert. Parliamentary petition (Herlyng- 

flet). No. 5352. D.K.R. 34. App. p. 92. 
LOITND (Lownde, Lunda', Lunda). Antiquities found at. Gent. M. 

1788, pt. ii. 593. 
. Land of the King. Guert held a hamlet at, as 2 carucates. 

Alric a freeman under Gurth held a carucate and a half as a manor. 

A freeman Wolsey held a carucate as a manor, and under him 3 

freemen held 40a. Dom. 2836. 
, Grant by Randal Darreys to Thos. Rose of a cottage in. Bodl. 

Suff. Ch. 965. 
, Grant by Alice de Lund, daughter of Ralph de Pesehale, to 

Robt. son of Edstan de Caldecotes, of ten acres and half a rood in 

(e. 1170-80.) Ib. 928. 

, Grant in, early Hen. III. Add. Ch. 22570. 

, Grant by Geoffrey, son of John de Askeby to Margery and 

Emma, daughters of the said Geoffrey of land in (c. 1270-80). Bodl.y 

Suff. Ch. 930. 
, Gilbert de Colekirke (Colkirk) held of the King in chief 1 free 

socage fee in, whereof Oliver Wich as acquired by him holds 1 

messuage 48a. 3 roods of land and others hold the residue of that 

socage fee of the said Oliver. H.R. ii. 163, 183. 
, Grant by Henry, son of Warine de Lond, to John de Anoxtun 

of three acres in, 3 Edw. II. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 931. 
, Grant by John, son of Robt. de Lund to Joan and Christiana, 

daughters of Margery Habreham of two parts of a messuage with one 

house ; and to Margaret, daughter of the said Margery the third part 

of the messuage with a little house in, 14 Edw. II. 76. 

932. 
, Grant by Rich, son of Adam Elflet to Will, son of Walter de 

Flixton, of two acres and one rood in, 6 Edw. III. Ib. 

933. 
, Grant by John, son of Adam Westwynd to Isabel Bond of 2 

acres and one rood and a half in, 10 Edw. III. Ib. 935. 
, Conf. by Hen. son of Edmund Poyer to Walter de Manthorp of 

land in, 15 Edw. III. Ib. 934. 
, Pardon to Henry son of Eliseus le Smyth of Lodne for death of 

John Maggesone of, killing being in self defence. Pat. Rolls, 18 

Edw. III. pt. ii. 32. 
, Grant by John de Mershe to Will. Hacun of land in, 35 Edw. III. 

Bodl. Suff. Ch. 938. 



Lound. 77 

, Final concord by which the right of Thos., son of Henry de 

Gonton, and Hen. Grym is acknowledged by Hen. de Gonton 

and Margaret his wife, to 24 acres in, 50 Edw. III. Ib. 942. 
, Grant by Edmund ... to Hen. Lawman of land in, 

3 Rich. II. Ib. 944. 
, Grant by Thos. Wenon to Thos. de Gunton of land in, 5 Rich. II. 

Ib. 945. 
, Conf. by Walter Darreys to Will. Darreys his son of land in, 

18 Rich. II. Ib. 946. 
, Grant by Thos. Katys to Robt. Andrew of land in, 10 Hen. IV. 

Ib. 952. 
, Grant by Thos. Curteys and John Curteys to Hen. . . .of 

land in, 5 Hen. V. Ib. 950. 
, Grant by Stephen Key to Roger Prymour and others of lands 

in, 5 Hen. V. Ib. 953. 
, Grant by John Mayne to Edmund Cadeler of land of the manor 

of, 1 Hen. VI. Ib. 954. 
, Quit claim by John Dunston and Stephen Keye to Roger 

Prymour of all right in messuages formerly Thos. Rose's in, 

1 Hen. VI. Ib. 955. 
, Quit claim by Stephen Keye to Roger Prymour of all right in 

lands in, 1 Hen. VI. Ib. 956. 
, Quit claim by Andrew Cok to Robt. . . . and others of 

all right in lands in, 5 Hen. VI. Ib. 957. 

1 will of William Maydewell of, 1427 proved 1429. Ib. 200. 

, Quit claim by John Fytte and Margaret his wife to John Baker 

of all right in lands in, 5 Hen. VI. Ib. 958. 
, Grant by John de Dunston to Robt. Andrew of land in, 10 Hen. 

VI. Ib. 951. 
, Quit claim by John Gernegon to Edmund Attewelle, clerk, and 

others of all claim to a messuage in, 11 Hen. VI. Ib. 962. 
, Grant by John Gernegon and others to Rich. Crystemasse of 

land in, 11 Hen. VI. Ib. 964. 
, Quit claim by Alice widow of Rich. Crystemesse to Robt., 

son of Roger Prymour, John Torald, and Thos. Gunton of right in 

land in, 11 Hen. VI. Ib. 963. 
, Lease by Hen. Crystemesse and others to John Ive, clerk, and 

Thos. Kenistere of land in. 15 Hen. VI. Ib. 966. 
, Grant by Robt. Sent and others to Robt. Key and others of 

lands in, 18 Hen. VI. Ib. 968. 



78 Lound. 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Julian Ponde 

foL 182. 1458-1477. Walter Hobbard fol. 196. Robert Pinmer 

fol. 311. 
, Grant by John Bond to Thos. Gunton of the reversion of land in, 

23 Hen. VI. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 970. 
, Lease by Robt. Key and Stephen Kempstere to Edmund Attewell. 

clerk and others of lands lately Stephen Key's in, 25 Hen. VI. Ib. 971. 
, Grant by John Frilborn and Thos. Nogge to Rich. Scrrympling 

and others, of messuages in, t. Edw. IV. Ib. 973. 
, Grant by John Setour and Thos. Crote to John Baly of land in, 

12 Edw. IV. 76. 974. 
, Pardon of outlawry to Robt. Prymour late of. Pat. Rolls, 12 

Edw. IV. pt. ii. 24. 
, Messuages, lands, rent, &c., in, Thos. Playter. I.P.M., 19 Edw. 

IV. 62. 
, Grant by Will. Prymour to John and Thos. Byrde of Baldwynes 

in, 20 Hen. VII. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 977. 
, Grant by Will. Wren . . . and another of lands in, t. Hen. 

VIII. 76. 976. 
, Grant by Will. Smyth .to Thos. Byrde and Katherine his wife 

and others of a cottage in, 3 Hen. VIII. Ib. 978. 
, Grant by George Jernigan to Thos. Hogeson, clerk, of lands in 

t. Edw. VI. 76. 987. 
, Sale by Thos. Jeckeys as executor of father Hen. Jeckeys to 

George Jernegan of land in, 1 Edw. VI. 76. 984. 
, Grant by Joan Bukmonger to George Jernegan of half an acre 

in, 2 Edw. VI. 76. 985. 
, Sale by Will. Starys to Thos. Jecks of 4 acres, &c., in, 3 Edw. VI 

76. 986. 
, Discharge from a bond by John Wentworth of Katherine 

Jernegan, -widow of John Jernegan as to covenant respecting the 

manor house, Stalhams in, t. E'iz. 76. 992. 
, Lease for 77 years by John Jernegan and Katherine his wife to 

James Toune of Guntons, containing 15 acres, 16 Eliz. 76. 988. 
, Grant by Katherine Jernegan widow of John Jernegan, to John 

Wentworth of the manor of Stalhams in L. with the advowson of 

L. and also all lands of the manor in Blundeston, Heryngfleete and 

Hopton, 22 May, 41 Eliz. 76. 990. 
, Confir. by Katherine Jernegan, widow of John Jernegan to John 

Wentworth of messuage in, 41 Eliz. 76. 991. 



Lound. 75 

. Inclosure of Commons Act. (Priv.) 43 Geo. III. c. 78. 

, Inclosure of Commons in, 45 Geo. III. 1805. Common Pleas. 

D.K.R. 27. App. p. 21. 

, Land in, for a school. Trust Deed. 1857, 119, 3. 

LOUND v. sub Ashby Manor, Ashby, &c., Beccles, Hop ton, &c., La 

Lynde, Somerleyton, &c. 

LOUND MANOR. Sir Robt. Wyngefeld. I.P.M., 21 Edw. IV. 60. 
, Worth 10 marks held of King as of Duchy of Lancaster by fealty 

only. William Palmer being seised of, devised to Sir William 

Calthorp and Elizabeth his wife who survived and to heirs of their 

bodies with rem. to heirs of his body, with rem. to his right heirs. 

He d. 15 Nov. 1494, and Philip Calthorp aged 30 his cousin and heir, 

viz., son of John his son. Inquis. 11 Hen. VII. 975. 
LOUND MANOR v. sub Horham, &c., Lothingland Hundred, &c. 
LOUND CHURCH. Round tower of. Arch, xxiii. 13. E.A. i. 109, 166. 

Plan and sketches of, by Kerrick. Add. 6754. Registers (begin 

1695). N. and Q., 7th ser. x. 502. Monuments in. Add. 19098. 

Plate. S.I. ix. 41. 
, Persona, Stephanus 1331. Add. Ch. 14775. Pat. Rolls, 5 

Edw. III. pt. ii. 33, 8 Edw. III. pt. i. 35, 9 Edw. III. pt. i. 13. 
, A rod of land and advowson of, Roger de Loudham. I.P.M., 

21 Edw. III. 7. 
, Grant by John Jernegan and Thos. Hoggeson to John Rixton 

and others of the advowson, and site of the rectory. 21 Hen. VIII. 

Bodl. Suff. Ch. 999. 
, Grant by Katherine Jernegan wid. of John Jernegan to John 

Wentworth of the advowson, 41 Eliz. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 990. 
LOUND and ASHBY. Quit claim by Adam Poer to Hen. de Gunton 

and Margaret his wife of all right to lands in, 31 Edw. III. Bodl. 

Suff. Ch. 936. 
, Grant by Henry de Gonton and Margaret his wife to Aveline 

wife of Rich. Power of I5a. in, 43 Edw. III. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 

989. 
, Quit claim by John Judde and others to Roger Pryme and 

others of all right in lands in, 13 Hen. IV. Ib. 948. 
, Grant by Thomas Hodgson clerk rector of Lound to John 

Warde of land in, t. Hen. VIII. Ib. 981. 
LOUND, ASHBY and BLUNDESTON. Grant by Alice Neve wid. of John 

Prymour and others to John Scannowe of Bedyngham and others 

of lands in, 12 Hen. VIII. Ib. 980. 



80 Lound, 

, Sale by Robert Bugge to Sir John Jernegan of tenement called 

Guntons and lands in, 37 Hen. VIII. Ib. 983. 
LOUND, ASKEBY and SOMERLEYTON. Hugh de Runton, Oliver Wich, 

Roger de Tasebarth, Hervy de Repham, William de Yarmouth 

and Isabella wid. of Robert Bruman held abt. 100 acres in. 

H.R. ii. 165. 
LotrKD, ASHBY and SOMERLEYTON. Hugh de Runton and others 

held 300 acres in. H.R. ii. 184. 
LOUND, ASHBY, SOMERLEYTON and BLUNDESTON. Lease by Thomas 

Owden of Somerleton to John Bayly of Gorleston and others of 

lands in, 4 Edw. IV. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 972. 
LOTJND and BLUNDESTON. Grant by Hen. Webstere of Blun- 

deston to Robert Andrew of Lound of 4a. in, 3 Hen. V. 

76. 949. 
LOUND, BLUNDESTON, HERRINQFLEET and HOPTON. Grant by Roger 

Castell to Lord Cobham and others and undertaking to enfeoff 

John Brooke cU. Cobham and others of tho Manor of Stallams in 

Lound the advowson of the Ch. of Lound and lands in, to use of 

Katherine wife of John Jernegan for life with remainder to daur. of 

John, 23 Eliz. Ib. 989. 
LOUND and HOPTON. Grant by Spycer of Lowestoft to Thomas 

Jecks of lands in. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 982. 
, Grant by George de Felbrigge and others to John de Herlynggs 

of all right which they have in a messuage. &c., in, with the advowson 

of Lound, 49 Edw. III. Ib. 741. 
LOUND, HOPTON and ASHBY. Grant by John Gunton of Lound to 

John Ayldre of Herringfleet and others of tenements in, 1 Hen. IV. 

/&. 947. 
, Appointment by Stephen Key of Lound of Robert his son 

attorney to deliver to Thomas Gunton and others seisin of lands in, 

11 Hen. VI. Ib. 959. 
, Grant by Stephen Keys to Thomas Gunton son of John Gunton 

of lands in, 11 Hen. VI. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 960. 
, Quit claim by John Dovewold and others to Thomas Gunton of 

all right in lands in, 11 Hen. VI. 76. 969. 
LOUND. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 
LOVAIN family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 179. 
LOVA.INE. Genealogy of the Counts of, to Godfrey Lovaine of Eye. 

Rawl. B. 77. Arms in trick. Rawl. B. 133. 
LOVE family. E.A. (N.S.) iv. 259. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 



, 



Loivcstoft. 81 

LOVEDAY family. Roger Loveday acknowledges that he owes 
Laurence de Sanoto Mauro 20 marks to be levied in default on his 
lands in Suffolk. Close Rolls, 3 Edw. I. 22d. Like acknowledg- 
ment of 300 to Andrew de Salop. 76. 1 Edw. II. 9d. Lake 
acknowledgment by Sir Richard Loveday to William de Gayton 
' taburrer ' for 100. 76. 9 Edw. II. 14rf. Commission to Thomas 
Hoptone to seize into King's hands lands, &c., of Loveday his 
rebel, 17 Jan. 1 Edw. VI. Harl. 433. of Chester from Norf. 
Pedigree. Harl. 1560. of Bricett and Chediston. Pedigrees. 
Add. 19140. 

LOVEDAYS MANOR. Margt. Sampson. I.P.M., 16 Edw. IV. 48. 

, Thomas Felton d. 10 Feb. 1533 and Thomas son and heir. Ib. 

26 Hen. VIII. 3. 

LOVEL (Lords). Pedigree. Add. 19140. Inquis. of Henry Lovell 
Lord Morley, 4-5 Hen. VII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 120. 

LOVELL. Pedigree and arms. Harl. 1484, 1560. Queen's Ixxi. 
clxvi. 10. Add. 19140. Gipps's account of family. S.I. viii. 180 

LOVELL (Sir Thomas). Inq. p.m. 15-16 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. 
App. ii. p. 124. 9 Eliz. 76. p. 132. Rental books of estates of, 
in Suff. 15 Hen. VIII. Add. 12463. 

LOVENGLAND v. Lothingland. 

LOVETOT'S Manor v. sub Bramford, Whitton. 

LOVETOT. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 

LOVEYEV Family. Arms. Harl. 1449. 

LOWDE. Pedigree, Add. 19140. 

LOWDHAM family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 180. 

LOWE (Arthur). Lease to, of lands in Suff. 16 Jac. I. 1 Pars O. Rot. 
95. 

LOWE (George) and EDWARD SAWYER. Grant to, of lands in Suff. 
12 Jac. I. 2 Pars O. Rot. 1. 

LOWELL (Sam.). Two sermons preached at Woodbridge 2nd and 28th 
of Feb. 1794. 800. Lond. 1794. 

LOWESTOFT (Laistoft, Laystoft, Leistoft, Lestoff, Lestoft, Levystoff, 
Lewystoff, Leystof, Leystoft, Liestowe, Loistok, Lothuwrstofte, 
Lothuwistorp, Lothwistoft, Louwystoft, Lowstock, Lowystoft, 
Lowystot, Loyestoft, Loystoft). 

. Arch. xxii. 233. Gillingwater's Hist, of. London, 1790, 4to. v 

E.A. i. 218, 418, iv. 24, 253,[279 (N.S.) i. 15. Archaeology and 
Natural Hist, of, by John G. Nail. Lond. 1867, Svo. Handbook 
[1853]. Lond. Svo. 1858. Lowestoft, 12mo. from Gillingwater 

F 



82 Lowestoft. 

and Suckling. Lowestoft, 1849, 16mo. Stebbing's Guide to. 
Lowestoft [1873, 5, 8] 8vo. Guide to, by a Lady. Yarmouth, 1812, 
8vo. Historical and Topographical handbook of. Lowestoft, 1858, 
I2>no. Parliamentary Petition (Fish, &c., Kyrkelerode) No. 6303. 
D.K.B. 34. App. p. 88. Hempland Street in. E.A. iv. 180, 
204." Corn Cross " and " Good Cross " in. E.A. (N.S.) i. 75. 
" Reding George " at. E.A. i. 128. Lighthouse at. 8 Rep. Hist. 
Com. 240, 2426, 2436, 252, 256, 2566, 2616. N. and Q., 9th ser. v. 
186, 295, 425. China. 76. 2nd ser. x. 137. 9th ser. iv. 498, v. 
12, 73, 157; E.A. i. 218, 418, ii. 109. Constable, Ac., of, 10 
Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 159. Balloon near. 11 Rep. pt. iv. 412. 
Danes at. 13 Rep. pt. ii. 266. Herrings. 76. 275. Case between, 
and Yarmouth. 12th Rep. 1436. Brief to examine witnesses for. 
76. 147. Fire at. 76. 1436. Clays a Dutchman of. 9 Rep. 222. 
Gong at. N. and Q., 2nd ser. x. 137. Mortuary fees. E.A. i. 283. 
Wesley at. E.A. iii. 363, iv. 119. Will of Wm. Theldam of. 76. 
(N.S.) iii. 348. Tokens. E.A. i. 5, 15, 251. Medieval Pottery 
from Cliff at. P.S. A., 2nd ser. viii. 225. Iron key found at. Gent. 
M. 1800 pt. ii. 722. Image of St. George at. Arch, xlviii. 271. 
Drawing of brazen chandelier at. B.A.A. xxvii. 376. Inscription 
to Rev. Robt. Potter of. Gent. M. 1819 pt. i. 115, 116. Sir John 
Ashby admiral native of. D.N.B. ii. 166. 

, Case of the towns of Yarmouth and, with regard to making 
Billingsgate a free fish market. Printed tract. 

. Land of the King. [In, as a hamlet are 4 carucates less 30a.] 

Dom. 283. 

, Grant by John Lacy to John Mark of his brushwood, with a 

piece of turbary. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 993. 

, William Reynald held 24a. Ric. Burt 18a. John Jerald 12a. 

Henry Ringebell 12a. Ric. son of John Gode 18a. Rich. Thomas 
8a. Rich. Walter 6a. Henry Man. 12a. Seman Carperter lOa 
Rio. Dun 6a. Ric. Pissewell 4a. Thomas del Clif 6a. John 
Fella we 12a. Thomas Haenyld 12a. Henry Man 12a. Thomas 
Monack 12a. Seuxan le Dekene 12a. Henry Austin 4a. Rob. 
Eylfled 12a. Rich. Thurkild 12a. Rob. son of Bele 2a. 1 rod. 
Alan Kadiman 12a. Henry Justice 12a. Henry Aleyn 12a. John 
Mariot 15a. Jordan del Mor 12a.in, t. Edw. I. H.R. ii. 161. 

Henry Adam held of the King in, 1 acre of marsh and Adam 

le Dekene 1 acre of marsh, Symon Bacun 5 acres, William Piledhill 
5a. Robert Faber 4a. Nicol son of Sewall 6a. Thomas de Alton 



Lowesloft. 83 

3a. Margaret de Steyngate 3a. Robert Ey wald 3a. Lena Wyard 3a. 

Henry Molend and Will. Gosenol 2 rods. Lena del Lonehus 1 

cottage. Thomas Nepos 2 cottages. Alice Ruslert 1 cottage. 

John Sefrey 1 rod. Robert le Shirreve 1 acre. Alan de Wymend- 

hale 1 rod in. H.R. ii. 169. 
, Henry III. and his ancestors had 1 piece of heath called Hulstes- 

hil which Roger de Colevill held. H.R. ii. 161. 
. Hen. III. and his ancestors had in demesne a wood of abt. 

9 acres which John Bonde then held. Ib. 
. A certain meadow of about 2 acres called the King's Meadow 

in, of the value of m. p.a. remained to use of bailiffs of Luthingland. 

Ib. 

, Land held in, by Hen. III. H.R. ii. 161. 

, Holdings in villenage in, t. Edw. I. 76. 

, John son of John de Coseford v. Prior of S. Bartholomew London, 

touch, land in. Pat, Rolls, 9 Edw. I. 20d. 

. Market and fair, John de Britan E. of Richmond. Chart 

Rolls, 2 Edw. II. 40, 44. 

, Robert le Ray of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 4 Edw. II. pt. ii. 4rf. 

, Pardon to William son of Henry de Burton for the death of 

John son of Henry de Ryveshale at. Ib. 3 Edw. III. pt. i. 19. 
, Reginald Reynald, Constable of, mentioned. Ib. 1 Edw. III. 

pt. ii. 2Qd. 
, John Tuteler and Robert de Ryveshale of, mentioned. Close 

Rolls, 14 Edw. III. pt. ii. 9. 
, Thomas de Ryveshale, Reginald de Brundall and Edmund Ode 

of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 15 Edw. III. pt. ii. 49. 

, Abbot of Langele had 2s. of turbary in. Ib. 16 Edw. III. pt. i. 40. 

, John Totiller of, mentioned. Close Rolls, 16 Edw. III. pt. ii. Qd. 
, Commission to inquire into forcible entry and robbery of ship 

at. Pat. Rolls, 17 Edw. III. pt. i. 16d. 

, Ships entered and robbed at. Ib. 17 Edw. III. pt. ii. Bid. 
, Commission on complaint of robbery of goods from ship at. 

Ib. 18 Edw. III. pt. ii. 49rf. 

, Land in, Edmund Bacoun. I.P.M. 30 Edw. III. 42. 

, John Botild and W. Cowpere of, mentd. 1376. R.P. ii. 327. 3746. 

- Petition of, as to Charter to Gt. Yarmouth, 1376 R.P. ii. 330. 

- Appointment to inspect. Pat. Rolls, 1 Rich. II. pt. v. 15 ; 4 
Rich. II. pt. ii. 5d. 

, Geoffrey Richer of, mentioned. Ib. 4 Rich. II. pt. i. 11. 



84 Lowestoft. 

, Commission to enquire touching nrjuries to King's ministers in 

execution of his mandates at. Ib. 8 Rich. II. pt. i. 25d. 

, Kj'rkelerode mentioned. Ib. 9 Rich. II. pt. i. 4. 

, Thomas Smyth of, mentioned. 76. 11 Rich. II. pt. ii. 27. 

, William Shelford of, mentioned. Ib. 11 Rich. II. pt. ii. 27. 

, Pardon to Thomas Playford of. 76. 15 Rich. II. pt. i. 39. 

, Certificate from Burgesses of, testifying to embarkation of Thoa. 

Duke of Norf. at Keykeleyrode, 1397. R.P. iii. 384. 

, King's Searcher of, Thomas Thornton. 76. 

, Pardon for John Coffe of, " baxtere." Pat. Rolls, 2 Hen IV. 

pt. iii. 12. 
, Conf. of an agreement between Corporation of Great Jernemuth 

and men of. Ib. 2 Hen. IV. pt. ii. 34. 
, Detention of herrings, &c., John Saumper v. Wm. Tyte of. 

E.C.P., 8 Hen. IV. 35 Hen. VI. 16, 605. 
, Protection to William Garneys and Thomas de Langeley of, 

6 Hen. V. French Rolls. D.K.R. 44. App. p. 591, 602. 
, Grant by Alice, wife of Thos. Moryng and Will. Scarlet to Adam 

Moryng of land, with brushwood, 7 Hen. V. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 994. 
, Clays a Dutchman of, charged with robbery of Customs at, 8 

Hen. V. 9 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. i. 229. 
, Protection to William Garveys of, 9 Hen. V. French Rolls. 

D.K.R. 44. App. p. 630. 

, Town of, 1423. P. and O. of P.C. iii. 116. 

, Pardon of outlawry to William Taillour of, ' taillour,' and Alice 

his wife. Pat. Rolls, 6 Hen. VI. pt. i. 26. 
, Grant by Simon Reynals, John Wrighte, sen., and Rich. Wyard 

to Will. Parkere of land called ' Grymeslond,' 12 Hen. VI. Bodl. 

Suff. Ch. 995. 

, Market and 2 fairs in. Chart. Rolls, 21-24 Hen. VI. 10. 

, Grant by John Setour and Robt. Seton to Milo Kerech, of land 

in, 22 Hen. VI. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 996. 
, Wills of residents of, proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. John Boose 

fol. 146. Katharine Boose fol. 146. John Dunwalde fol. 143. 

John Heigham fol. 170. Roger Pope fol. 70. William Pye fol. 27. 

Andree Schobothe fol. 197. Simon Suter fol. 195. Simon 

Woodsyde fol. 143. Richard Wyarde fol. 121. 1458-1477. Thomas 

Allen fol. 339. Peter Bedingfielde fol. 113. John Burke fol. 113. 

Robton Cobson fol. 70. Robert Cowper fol. 30. Joan Duckett fol. 

286. Richard Fleote fol. 263. Thomas Flize fol. 180. JohnGalion 



Lowestoft. 85 

fol. 249. William Gibson f ol. 111. Alice Goodwin fol. 348. Margery 

Hatter fol. 338. Beatrice Key fol. 228. Jacob Muneris fol. 22. 

John Porter fol. 75. Alice Scott fol. 135. William Smithe fol. 41. 

Alice Stingate fol. 45. 
, Grant by Andrew ... to Thos. Alewyn and others of 

land in, 38 Hen. VT. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 997. 
. Attachment of beasts in Duke of Suffolk's court at, Piers 

Sterky v. Friar Wm. Mendham. E.C.P., 3-7 Edw. IV. 30, 43. 
, Messuage, in, late of Agnes Calton. E.G. P., 5 Edw. IV. 49 

Hen. VI. 31, 203. 
, Pardon of outlawry to Agnes and William Saxmundham late of. 

Pat. Rolls, 7 Edw. IV. pt. i. 7, 21. 
, Lease by Rich. Smith alias Glover and Hen. Feete to Alexander 

Steyngate and others of land in, 10 Edw. IV. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 998. 
, Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Palmer late of, ' chapman.' 

Pat. Rolls, 18 Edw. IV. pt. i. 26. 
Ministers' accounts of lands in. 2 Rich. III. to 1 Hen. VII. 

Bundle 1121, No. 9. 
Ministers' accounts of fee farm rents in, ante Hen. VII. Bundle 

1094, No. 9, 10. 
. The King's tenants and inhabitants of, v. Henry Plumsted and 

others as to buying and selling herrings, &c. Duchy of Lancaster. 

Cal. of Pleadings. N.D. (Hen. VII.) 2. 
, Quit claim by Alice Hales to Will. Hadlays and others of all 

right in one acre in, t. Hen. VII. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1002. 
, Quit claim by Geoffrey Fordele to John M . . . all right 

in ' Southfield ' in, 4 Hen. VII. Ib. 999. 
, Grant by John Cowper to Will. Cowper his son, his place as it is 

sette in the Southende (12 Hen. VII.). Ib. 1000. 
, Will of Margaret Jorden of, proved Canterbury 1500-1. 8 Rep. 

Hist. Com. 334. 

, Copy Will of Robert Coke of [1502]. Ib. 335. 

, Grant by John Andrewys to Milo Kerech, of 3 roods in, 

20 Hen. VII. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1001. 
, Grant by John Boffe, John Murdok and others to Robt. Hoddys 

and others of 4 acres in, 23 Hen. VII. Ib. 1003. 
, Proceedings by John Jettour and others of, v. James Jettour 

and John Wheler for forestalling herring by purchase at sea. Star 

C.P., Hen. VIII. Bundle 29, 16. 
, Grant of land and rents in. S.P., 1 Hen. VIII. 155. 



86 Lowestoft. 

, Grant of. S.P., 2 Hen. VIII. 1446. 
, North, South, East and West letes Manors in, Edward Jernegan d. 

6 Jan. 1515 and John Jernegan son and heir. I. P.M., 7 Hen. VIII. 1. 
, Lease for 10 years by Humfrey Yermouth to John Everarde of 

4 Wyatts ' in, 27 Hen. VIII. Bod!. Suff. Ch. 1007. 
, John Boteswayne and Rich. Willat of, fined for exporting corn 

contrary to King's command, 1536. S.P. 1257, xi. 
, Order for building up of the Blockhouse at. S.P., 19 Hen. VIII. 

4016. 

, Ships at. S.P., 25 Hen. VIII. 1380. 

, In Leystofte rode, divers ships laden with grain. Restraint to 

be made of those without cocket or licence, 1539. S.P. 319. 
. Release to the men and tenants of the vill. of, of tolls, &c., 

it having been certified to Richard III. in Chancery that the said 

vill. is of the ancient demesne of the Crown. Pat. 31 Hen. VIII, 

1539. S.P. 1056 (32). 
, John Lissle of, gives information to the Privy Council against 

Thos. Booking and others for conveying out corn, 1541. S.P. 1310. 
, Nic. Sendall of London gunner appointed a gunner in, with fees 

of d. a day, 1541. S.P. 1391 (35). Do. James Haymys. Ib. 

1488. 
, Navy Victuallers at, accounts 1544-5. Roll. 2476. Pipe Office 

Declared accounts, p. 61. 
, Order to send 200 Germans from, to Dover 1545. Acts of P.C. 

228. 
, Arrest of Wm. Leye (Lee) of, 1556. Acts of P.C. 319. Summons. 

Ib. 333. Recognizance of. 76. 382. 

, Commission for repression of piracy at, 1565. Acts of P.C. 289. 

, Order of Privy Council to Sir Henry Jerningham to make Con- 
stable and tenants of, deliver certain canvas and poldavies taken 

by pirates from subjects of King of Spain, 12 June 1565. 10 Rep. 

Hist. Com. pt. iv. 159. 
, Thos. Nash or Nashe, author, baptised 1567 at. D.N.B. xl. 

101. 
, Touching Letters patent of the Queen to, respecting the 

Liberties and Franchises of, 15 Eliz. M. Trin. Rec. Rot. 31. 
, Claim by- descent of Richard Scarlett (1572), against Thomas 

Goodwyn and wife to messuages in. C.P. iii. 103. 
, A claim as heir by Roger Rant as to land in, late estate of 

William Rant, pltf.'s father. C.P. ii. 391. 



Lowes!.oft. 87 

, Letters to Commissioners for restraint of victuals in Suff. to 

suffer transportation of 55 red herrings from, 1573. S.P. 165 ; 

and 70 red herrings out of, including 20 of white herrings, 1573. 

Acts of P.C. 165. 
, Complaint of Wm. Frenche of, touch, fish trade, 1578-9. Acts 

of P.C. 52. 
, As to acquittance in respect of issues and amercements, 21 Eliz. 

M. Trin. Rec. Rot. 88. 

, Ordnance at, to be repaired, &c., 1579-80. Acts of P.C. 379. 

, Justices of Suff. to put in order certain pieces of ordnance at. 

Robt. Day to have reasonable stipend for his service therein, 1580. 

S.P., Eliz. 643. 
, Payne, harbourer of recusants of Courtlea half a mile from, 1581. 

Acts of P.C. 299. 

, Muster Book of, 1584. S.P. 153. 

, Letter touch, defence of, 1586. Acts of P.C. 114. 

, Bond given by Matthew Burnard of, 30 Eliz. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 

1005. 

, Ship money to be levied in, 1588. Acts of P.C. 10, 45, 93. 
, Precipes on covenants cone, lands in, 1588. Add. Ch. 25384 : 

1592. Add. Ch. 25424. 
. Chancery suits Thomas Arnott v. Geo. Debden and others. 

C.P., ser. ii. B. i. 104. Edw. Cowper v. John Wilson and another. 

Ib. B. xxxvii. 99. Edw. Cowper v. Thos. Arnott. Ib. B. xli. 39. 

John Webbe v. Rich. Gooche as to share of maintenance of ordnance, 

&c., for defence of. Ib. B. cc. 107. 
, Copies of Letter from Privy Council as to disputes between 

Yarmouth and, 8 Aug. 38 Eliz. 9 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. i. 318. 
," The reasons whereon are grounded the humble suit of the 

town of Yarmouth for the continuance of our ancient liberties 

against the molestation of," 1597. Rep. on Salisbury MSS. pt. vii. 

540. 
, Sale by Rich. Mighell to John Cooke of land in a -field called 

Northfield, in, 1 James 1603. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1008. 

. Charity. 13 Jac. I. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 6, No. 12. 

, People of, willing to contribute for suppression of pirates, 1619. 

S.P. 23. 

, Final concord, between John Utber, plaintiff and Philip Hay- 
ward, and Gislaham Wolhowse, and Eliz. his wife, defendants 

cone. 82 acres in, 21 Jac. I. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1009. 



J 



88 Lowestoft. 

, Sale by Ellen Pehreson to Thos. Harman and another of three 

roods in, 1624. Ib. 1010. 
, Licence to Rich, and Thomas Mighells to sell conies in, 1634. 

Chancery. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 511. 
, Israel Mounds or Mundes, fisherman of, mentioned, 1635. S.P. 

182, 201. 

, Dunkirker's crew ashore near, 1635. S.P. 413. 
, Thos. Knyvett taken prisoner at, in 1643, and sequestered 

but discharged in 1644. 1656. S.P. 344, 345. 

, Letter of Sir Nathaniel Bacon and others to Wm. Lenthall in 

favour of Petition of inhabitants of, 27 March 1645. 13 Rep. Hist. 

Com. pt. i. 218. 

, Petition of inhabitants of, 1649. S.P. 121. 
, Recognizance for Rebecca Alleyne to go to, and not leave 



without consent of Parl., 1649. S.P. 525. 
, Order for 2s. 6d. a day more for fire and candle for guards at 

fort of, 1652. S.P. 34. 

, Petition of John Langdefield of, 1652. S.P. 214. of Thomas 

Allen of, 1653. S.P. 266, 279. 
, Capt. Allen, late of, mentioned, 1653. S.P. 279. 

, Thomas Allen of, recusant 1653. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 3129. 
, Interruption to religious exercises at, and direction to Justices, 

1653-4. S.P. 3. 
, Misdemeanor of Thos. Brecket, constable of, 1654. S.P. 

382. 

, Thomas Allen of, sent prisoner to Lynn, 1655. S.P. 368. 

, Supply of powder and shot, &c., desired for, 1655-6. S.P. 

172. 

, Letter touch, defence of, 1655-6. S.P. 473. 

, Money required for repair of garrison at, 1656. S.P. 161. 

, Petition of Sir Thos. Barker, arrested at, 1656. S.P. 323. 

, Order to Maj. Burton to repair 6 carriages on fort at, 1656. 

S.P. 332. 

, Gunton united to, 1658. S.P. 220. 
, Information from Sir Wm. Killigrew, cone, suspected persons 

landed from Holland at, 1661. S.P. 79. 
, Papers as to disputes between Gt. Yarmouth and, 1661-1729. 

9 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. i. 324. 
, Petition of Inhabitants as to Fishing, 13 Car. 2, and 14 Car. 2. 

H.L. xi. 265, 271, 285, 287, 290, 317, 392, 394. 



Lowestoft. 89 

Petitions of inhabitants as to free trade of fishing and buying 
herrings and interference by inhabitants of Great Yarmouth 25 
May 1661. 7 Rep. Hist. Com. 143, 150, 161, 170. Counter Petition 
of Gt. Yarmouth 5 June 1661. Ib. 144. 

, Petition of Inhabitants complaining of a contempt of an Order 
of the H.L., Smith under-Sherif? of Norfolk sent for and brought to 
bar of House and made to apologize 15 Car. 2. H.L. xi. 510, 513, 
614, 540. 

, Petition of Capt. Thos. Allin of, to the King for allowance to 



himself and his son Thomas of the groats paid by seamen for 
maintenance of ministers, 1664. S.P. 693 Addenda. 
, Capt. Wm. Hill went on shore at, to buy wood and candles, 

1665. S.P. 335. 

, Sir Thos. Allin and Sir Jeremy Smith both lie sick at, 1665. 
S.P. 533, 546. 
, Estimate for mounting and furnishing four demi-culverins for, 

1666. S.P. 276. 

, Note that Mr. Hammond was late ostler at, and that King has 

granted the forfeiture to Sir John Denham, 1668. S.P. 176. / 

, Sir Thos. Allin begs leave for Simon Coe to go to, 1668. S.P. 

225. 
, Licence for house of William Rising, Independent, 1672. S.P. 

199, 202, 222. 

, Licence granted to the King's Head inn, 1683. Tanner xlvi. 11. 

, Sir Andrew Leake, Capt. in the navy, son of Andrew Leake 

merchant of, died 1704. D.N.B. xxxii. 316. 
, Appointment of Thos. Marker, to be waiter and searcher at, 

loco Sam. Baker, deed. 1730. T. B. and P. 619. 
, Edm. Gillingwater, topographer, born c. 1735 at. D.N.B. 

xvi. 371. 
, Great frauds committed on East Coast, from, to Spurn Head. 

1739, T. B. & P. 33. 

, John Alderson M.D. physician, born 1758 at. D.N.B; i. 243. 

, Lady Pleasance Smith centenarian, born 1773 at. Ib. liii. 

100. 

, Paving, &c., 1810. (Local and pers.) 50 Geo. III. c. 42. 

. Enclosure of Commons Act. 54 Geo. IIL c. 38. 

, Making navigable communication between City of Norwich 

and the sea at or near. 7 and 8 Geo. IV. c. 42. (Loc. and pers.) 

2 and 3 Will. IV. c. 2. 



90 Lowestoft. 

, Particular Baptists at. Trust Deed. 11 Geo. IV. 35, 1 (1831). 

, Suffolk Humane Society at. Trust Deed. 7 Will. IV. 202, 11. 

. Parliamentary Elections 1840. L.G. 588 ; 1840. L.G. 830 ; 

1840. L.G. 880. 

, Land, &c., for dispensary there. Trust Deed. 1841, 173, 5. . 

. Railway and Harbour. Incorporation of Co. ; construction 

of line from Lowestoft to Reedham ; improvement of Lowestoft 

Harbour. (Loc. and pers.) 8 and 9 Viet. c. 45 ; 10 and 11 Viet. c. 

98. 

. Sale of trust Estates to Co. 9 and 10 Viet. c. 28. 

. Lease or sale to Norfolk Co. 9 and 10 Viet. c. 132. 

. County Court District formed 1847. L.G. 990. 

, Act as to Railway from Lowestoft Ry. near Reedham to join 

the Norwich Extension of the Ipswich and Bury St. Edmunds 

Railway near Diss, with a branch therefrom to Halesworth. (Local 

and pers.) 10 and 11 Viet. c. 64. 
, A piece of land at, for Primitive Methodist Connexion. Trust 

Deed. 1852, 89, 17. 
, A piece of land at, for scholastic purposes. Trust Deed. 1852, 

69, 8; 1853. 19, 10; 1858, 101, 17. 
, Regulating Market in. (Local and pers.) 16 and 17 Viet. 

o. 18. 
. Providing Waterworks and Gasworks for the Town of, &c. 

16 and 17 Viet. c. 18 ; 20 and 21 Viet. c. 57. 

. Improving Harbour. 17 and 18 Viet. c. 130. 

. Improving town and parishes of Lowestoft and Kirkley al. 

Kirtley, &c. (Loc. and pers.) 17 and 18 Viet. c. 161. 
, Enabling the East Suffolk Ry. Co. to construct a Branch Rail- 
way near, and Aldborough Extension. (Local) 21 and 22 Viet. c. 

47 ; 22 Viet. c. 28 ; 24 and 25 Viet. c. 180. 

, A piece of land in, for a school. Trust Deed. 1856, 59, 1. 

, A piece of land, chapel, and dwelling house in for Calvinistic 

Baptists. Trust Deed. 1856, 82, 8. 
. Chapel and school for Independents being Paedobaptists. 

Trust Deed. 1859, 25, 10. 

, Particular Baptist Chapel at. Trust Deed. 1860, 94, 9. 

, Methodist Chapel at. Trust Deed. 1862, 103, 2. 

, Chapel at. Trust Deed. 1862, 132, 14. 

, Methodist Chapel at. Trust Deed. (Connected with trusts at 

Skircoat). 1862, 260, 1. 



Lowestoft. 91 

, Buildings, &c., at, for United Methodist Free Church. Trust 

Deed. 1863, 95, 11, 24th. 

. Meeting-house, &c., at. Trust Deed. 1863, 156, 3. 
, Providing Waterworks and Gasworks for. (Loc. and pers.) 

26 and 27 Viet. c. 169. 
. Admiralty jurisdiction 15 Jan. 1869. L.G. 214. 



. To be subject to the Bankruptcy Jurisdiction of the Gt. Yar- 
mouth Court 1 Jan 1870. L.G. 1. 

. Made a District Registry 24 Aug. 1 875. L. G. 4236. 

. Constituted a Court of Survey. District and Rules made 6 

Oct. 1876. L.G. 5348-5355. 
. Authorising the Lowestoft Water, Gas, and Market Company 

to make new service reservoirs, &c., 40 and 41 Viet. c. 147, 148. 
. Coroner's Division. Formed of the Hundreds of Hoxne, 

Wangford, Mutford and Lothingland, Hartismere and part of 

Blything, with Lowestoft as place of election for Coroner, 8 April 

1878. L.G. 2305. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 1881. L.G. 1710. 

. Supply by Provincial (Brush) Electric Lighting and Power Co. 

(P.O.) 46 and 47 Viet. c. 221. 
. Marriage licence granted to Sailors' Bethel, Commercial Road, 

1884. L.G. 5679. 
Dissolution of Star of the East Lodge of Odd Fellows, 1885 

L.G. 4560. 
. Marriage licence granted to Roman Catholic Church of Our 

Lady, Star of the Sea, Clapham Road. 1885, L.G. 4092. to Prim. 

Meth. Chapel St. Peter's St. 1888. L.G. 634. 
. East Suff. Provincial Chapter Friendly Society " Clapham 

Hotel," 1889. L.G. 1795, 5253. 
, Conf. of Provisional order relating to. 53 and 54 Viet. o. 178 ; 

55 and 56 Viet. c. 68. 
, Sale by Court of Chancery of various properties in (Smith v. 

Smith). 1891, L.G. 2392. 
, Notice of issue of separate Commission of the Peace for, 1893. 

L.G. 1619. 
. Notice of winding up of Trawling Smack Protection Society 

and to receive report, 1893. L.G. 4150, 4378. 
, B. B. Bradbeer Vice-Consul at, for Germany, 1895. L.G. 

2942. 
. Dissolution of United Provident Society, 1895. L.G. 5414, 



92 Lowe*tofl. 

. Education Department enables School Board of, to put in 

force Lands Clauses Acts. (P.O.) 58 and 59 Viet. c. 58. 

, Frederick Spashett, Vice-Consul at, for Turkey, 1896. L.G. 

4937. 
. Notice of winding and final meeting of Grand Stand Company, 

1897. L.G. 2705, 3398. 

. Royal assent to Water and Gas Act, 1897. L.G. 3976. 

. Certain other powers to Gt. Eastern Ry. Co. 60 and 61 Viet. 

c. 72. 
. Powers conferred on L. Water Gas and Market Co. 60 and 61 

Viet* c. 110. 
. Supply by Corporation Water and Gas. (P.O.) 61-62 Viet. o. 

93 ; 62 and 63 Viet. 159. 
. Marriage licence granted to Baptist Church, London Road, 

1899. L.G. 1846. to Sailors' Bethel, Battery Green Road. Ib. 2163. 

. Promenade Pier. 62 and 63 Viet. c. 177. 

. Order of Bd. of Agriculture regulating movements of animals 

within specified district in, 1900. L.G. 1271, 1720. 

, Notice to claimants resp. land in, 1900. L.G. 3291. 

, B. M. Bradbeer, Consul at, for Belgium, 1900. L.G. 3963. 

, N. H. Catchpole, Consul at, for Belgium, 1901. L.G. 309. 

LOWESTOFT v. sub Akethorpe Manor, Ashby, &c., Burgh St. Peter, 

Carlton Colville, &c., Gislingham, &c., Gorleston, &c., Hempland, 

Hevinghani, &c., Lothingland Manor, Oulton, c., Rednall, Yar- 
mouth South. 
LOWESTOFT al. Leistof te al. Estlete Manor. In the possession of Henry 

Jerningham son and heir of Sir H. Jerningham. Also Manors of 

Estlete, Westlete, Northlete, Gorleston, and Mutford. 

, Extract from the court roll of, t. Eliz. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1006. 

, Earl of Richmond held a Court in, 1324-5. R.P. i. 4286. 

, Farm of, assigned for payment of expenses of King's household. 

Ib. 
, The King granted, to John de Surrey and the heirs of his body. 

O., 61 Edw. III. 13. 
, Grant to Thomas de Holand of, in lieu of certain yearly sums. 

Pat. Rolls, 4 Rich. II. pt. iii. 8. 
. Fees, Mich, de la Pole, son and heir of Mich, de la Pole, Earl 

of Suff. I.P.M., 3 Hen. V. 486. 
. Katerina wife of Mich, de la Pole late Earl of SuS. Ib. 7 Hen. V. 

62. 



Lowestoft. 93 

, Wm. late duke of Suff. Ib, 28 Hen. VI. 25. 

. Annuity thereout confirmed to the Queen, 1467-8. R.P. i. 

6256. 
, Forfeited by John late Earl of Lincoln, 1495. Ib. vi. 

4746. 

. Restored to Edmund Earl of Suffolk, 1495. Ib. 4756. 

, Grant by King to Edward Jermyngham and wife of, for their 

lives, 1 Hen. VIII. O. Rot. 63. 
. Edward Jernegan d. 6 Jan. 1515 and John Jernegan son and 

heir. I.P.M., 7 Hen. VIII. 1. 
, Sir Walter Hobart d. 27 Nov. 1538 and Henry son and heir. 

Ib. 33 Hen. VIII. 81. 
. Maria Kingston widow d. 26 Aug. 1548 and Henry Jernegan 

son and heir. Ib. 2 Edw. VI. 70. 
. Sir Thomas Wentworth Lord W. d. 3 March 1550 and Thomas 

Lord W. son and heir. Ib. 5 Edw. VI. 54. 
, Wm. Welles and Margt. his wife v. Rich. Mihills, touch, copyhold 

of. C.P., ser. ii.B. cxcvi. 18. 

, Release of, 1608. Add. Ch. 14279. 

. Administ. of personal estate of Thos. Pacey, &c. Admission 

of Mary Pacey widow, to a messuage with appurtenances holden 

by copy of court roll to, &c. John Pacey v. Wm. Arnold, and others. 

1710 at Weston. Exch. dep. 
, Wm. Arnold, beer brewer and his wife Mary, from Court rolls 



or books of, &c. Stephen Corphin and other v. Wm. Arnold. 1714 

at Beccles. Exch. dep. 
LOWESTOFT MANOS v. sub Eye Castle, &c., Gunton Manor, Ipswich, 

&c. 
LOWESTOFT MANOR with Hund. of Luddynglond. Grant for life to 

Q. Anne of, lately held by Michael de la Pole dec. and forfeited. Pat. 

Rolls, 13 Rich. II. pt. ii. 31 ; pt. iii. 20. 
, Grant to King's brother John le Holand E. of Huntingdon and 

Elizabeth his wife in fee tail, of the reversion after death of Q, Anne 

of. Ib. 14 Rich. II. pt. ii. 7. 

, Appointment of John Fitzherbert as receiver general of sur- 
plusage of, 1483-4. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 78. 
, Grant to Elizabeth Q. of England of 9. 16. 9. a year out of the 

surplusage of, by the hands of the heirs male of Michael de la Pole E. 

of Suff. 1 Hen. VII. Privy Seal, No. 759. Pat. Rolls, pt. iiL 25 (3) 

and 24 (4). 



94 Lowestoft. 

LOWESTOFT CHURCH. B.A.A. xxxvi. 34, 103. Notes on, and rents 

of. Bodl. Middlesex Rolls 1. Description of. E.A. i. 29. 

Ruinous. 76. 341. Drawings of, with notes of tombs by Kerrick. 

Add. 6751, 6755, 6759. Plan of, by Kerrick and Essex. 

Add. 6769. Stone Cross at. E.A. (N.S.) i. 267. Chained Bible in. 

E.A. v. 124. Registers (begin 1561) and indexed by Rev. B. Ritson. 

N. and Q., 7th ser. x. 502. Pre Reformation brasses at. E.A. viii. 

307. Inscriptions on a tombstone in. E.C.C. 279. Monuments 

in. Add. 19098. Sepulchral brass (c. 1420-1644.) Add. 32480, 

32490. Inscription of Mary Parker (1507). Add. 32484. Brass 

of Thomas Arnott (1577). 76. Visit of Congress to. B.A.A. xxxvi. 

103. 
, Nomination of William Smogger to. Pat. Rolls, 7 Rich. II. 

pt. ii. 22, 20. 
, Revocation of presentation of William Smoggere chaplain to, 

on the petition of Master Robert Aylesham vicar thereof. Ib. 

11 Rich. II. pt. i. 35. 
, Ratification of estate of Master Robert Aylesham as vicar of. 

Ib. 12. 

, Grant for life to Robt. Fuller of advowson of, 1540-1. S.P. 1500. 

, Lease to Wm. Burnell of rectory of, 1542. S.P. 1258. 
LOWESTOFT CHRIST CHURCH. 1866. L.G. 5987. 1867. L.G. 2125: 

1881. L.G. 4139. Plate. S.I. ix. 42. 
LOWESTOFT ST. JOHN'S. 1854. L.G. 4130. 1874. L.G. 5350. 

Plate. S.I. ix. 42. 
LOWESTOFT CHURCH ST. MARGARET'S. Plate. S.I. ix. 42. 

. Benefice. 1866. L.G. 6942 ; 1879. Ib. 6942. 

. Burials. 1854. L.G. 2519. 

. Chapels registered for Marriages, 1856. L.G. 1758 ; 1838. 

Ib. 259. 1854. 76. 403; 1868. 76. 2162; 1878. Ib. 5039; 
1862. Ib. 5293 ; 1874. Ib. 5211 ; 1860. 76. 491 ; 1863. 76. 

2468; 1881. 76. 3451. Burial Order 1887. L.G. 5255; 1888. 

1221. 

LOWESTOFT CH. ST. PETER'S. Plate. S.I. ix. 43. 
LOWESTOFT PORT. Letter to Customer of Ipswich for, 1552. Acts of 
P.C. 25. 

. 13 April, 1852. L.G. 1859. 

. Fishing Boats, 22 June, 1869. L.G. 3539. 

. Wreck Receiver's District, 7 Oct. 1856. L.G. 3279. 

. Ballast, 1 Sept. 1871. L.G. 3839. 



Lukin. 95 

Sanitary Authority, &c. (P.O.) 42 and 43 Viet. c. 103. 
Conf. of Provisional Order as to. 51 and 52 Viet. c. 40. 



LOWESTOFT and BECCLES RAILWAY COMPANY. Amalgamation of 
Undertakings of East Suffolk Railway Company, Yarmouth and 
Haddiscoe Railway Company, &c. (Local) 19 and 20 Viet. c. 53; 
21 and 22 Viet. c. 111. 

LOWESTOFT and GORLESTON. Short descriptions of, in Baskerville's 
Journeys, 1681. 13 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ii. 266, 267. 

LOWESTOFT, GORLESTON, MUTFORD MANORS. Grant to Lady Anne 
of Cleves for life of yrly. rent from, payable by Edw. Jernyngham 
and Mary his wife and hrs. male of their bodies, 1540. S.P. 144 (2). 

LOWESTOFT, GUNTON, &c. Adrian Crane v. Edm. Moone. C.P., 
ser. ii. B. xlii. 55. 

LOWESTOFT and LOTHINGLAND. Historical Account of, by E. Gilling- S 
water. Lond. [1790] 4to. 

LOWESTOFT and NORWICH NAVIGATION. Construction -and main- 
tenance. (Local and per*.) 7 and 8 Geo. IV. c. 42. 2 and 3 Will. IV. 
c. 2. 

LOWESTOFT and OULTON. Lease by Will. Cook and others to Will. 
Marsh and others of land in, 3 Hen VIII. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1004. 

LOWESTOFT, SOTTTHWOLD, DUNWICH and ALDBORO'. All left- without 
forces as they are drawn towards Landguard Fort, 1667. S.P. 207. 

LOWTHER. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 

LOXFIELD v. Laxfield. 

LUCAS family of Horsecroft. Pedigree. Add. 19160. of Saxham. 
S.I. iv. 143. Pedigree. Harl. 155: 1103: 1177: 1449: 1484: 
1560. Rawl. B. 315 ; with arms. Rawl. B. 77, 304, 422. Add. 
19140. 

. Notes on the Arms. Rawl. B. 103. 

, Extract from Records relating to. Harl. 1174. 

LUCAS (Anabell Baroness) Act enabling exchange of settled estates in 
Suff. (Loc. and pers.) 50 Geo. III. c. 197. 

LXTCOCK, LUCIE and LUCY. Pedigrees. Add. 19140. 

LUDDESTGLAND al. Luddyngland al. Luddynglond v. Lothingland. 

LUDEHAM al. Ludham v. Loudham. 

LUKENOR v. Lewkener. 

LUDLAM (William). Rector of Cockfield. Two Essays on Justifica- 
tion and the Influence of the Holy Spirit. 8vo, 1788. 

LUKIN, LUPUS (E. of Chester), LURKIN, LUSON, LUTHER and LUTON 
Pedigrees. Add. 19140. 



96 Lutons. 

LUTONS and LUTON MANOR v. sub Melford (Long) and Melford Manor. 

LUTTRELL. Pedigree. Harl. 1449. Add. 19140. 

LTJVALL al, Luvell. Pedigree. Add. 19140. Account of family, by 
Gipps. S.I. viii. 180. 

LYDEGATE al. Lydgate v. Lidgate. 

LYDGATE (John) Monk of Bury b. about 1375. S.I. x. 7. His principal 
works. Ib. 13-16. Verses inscribed in a chapel in Suff. B.A.A. 
ii. 187. Lines by, in honour of Humphrey D. of Gloucester. Ib. 
xxvii. 222. Paper on, by John Greene. S.I. x. 7. Opens School 
in Bury. Ib. 11. Poems. 12 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ix. 164. Works : 
" The Book called John Bochas describing the Fall of Princys, etc." 
In the edit, by Way land is added The Bait and Snare of Fortune, etc. 
1st in Latin by Bochas, 2nd into French by Lawrence, into, by 
Lydgate. Lond. 1494, 1527, fol, by Pynson. '1554, 1558, fol., 
by Way land. By Tottel, 1554, fol. The History Siege and 
destruction of Troy. By Pynson. 1513, fol. 1st edit. rare. Marshe 
1555 q.v. This Poem modernized by anonymous Author, etc., etc. 
Lond. 1614, fol. A goodly Narration, how St. Augustine raised two 
dead bodies at Longcompto, collected out of divers Authors, 
transl. by J. L. Canterb. N.D. but about 1525, 4to " The 
Glorious Life and Passion of St. Alban." Transl. from the 
French. St. Albans, 1534, 4to. The Dream of Machabree. Lond. 
1554. Hist, of the Wars betwixt the Saracens and Grecians and 
Trojans. Printed by Marsh. Lond. 1555, fol. The Stories of 
Thebes in three parts with a Prologue. Lond. 1561. At the end of 
Chaucer's Works. Lond. 1602. The Werke (or Court) of Sapience. 
Printed by Caxton. N.D. fol. " A Book compiled in honour glory 
and reverence of the birth of our most blessed Lady, Maid, Wife 
and Mother of our Lord." Emprinted by Wm. Caxton. No D. 
fol. The Proverbs of Lydgate. Lond. by (W. de Worde) 4to. 
The Maiden's Cross. Rowe, 4to. See Wyer R. Testament. Lond. 
4fo, by R. Pynson. 

LYDSTON family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 181. 

LYHERT al. Le Hert al. Hart. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 

LYLESHEY al. Lyllesey v. Lindsey. 

LYMBALD MANOR. John Hopton. I. P.M., 19 Edw. IV. 70. 

. Sir Anthony Hopton d. 15 Aug. 1555. Ib. 2 and 3 Ph. and 

Mary 62. 

LYMBORNE in S. Elmham. (Lynburne). Grant of a nativa and lands 
in, 1329. Campb. xii. 7. 



Madge. 97 

LYMBORNE MANOR. Bond to secure purchase money payable by 

Gawdy 40 to William Tipper 29 Nov. 1593. 10 Rep. Hist. Com.- 

pt. iii. 37. 
, Lease for 21 years of, to Gabriel Hippisley, 1634. Chancery. 

D.K.R. 48. App. p. 503. 
LYMBURN MANOR v. sub Bungay Priory. 
LYNCH of Ipswich. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 
LYNDE (John)v. John Gyrlyng as to injuries and wrongs t. Hen. VIII. 

Star Chamber Proceedings. D.K.R. 49. Ap. p. 503, 508. as to 

vexatious persecution. Ib. 552. 
LYNDE (John) v. Richard Quarton bailiff of Bungay as to abuse of office. 

t. Hen. VIII. Star Chamber Proceedings. D.K.R. 49. App. p. 

508. 
LYNDE, LA (? Lound). William de la Lynde v, Radulph de Grendon, 

&c., touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 23d 
LYNEREUD al. Lyvermere v. Livermere. 
LYNQE (Richard). Indicted for murder, 4 Edw. VI. D.K.R. 4. 

App. ii. p. 226. 

LYNGES MANOR v. svb Battisford. 
LYNN of Woodbridge. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 
LYNSEY v. Lindsey. 
LYNSEY (John) v. Thomas Buckenham and others as to distraint of 

cattle, 36 Hen. VIII. Star Chamber Proceedings. D.K.R. 49. 

App. p. 412. 
LYNSEY (John) v. John Edmondes and others as to conspiracy, 36. 

Hen. VIII. Star Chamber Proceedings. D.K.R. 49. App. p. 509. 
LYNSTEAD al. Lynsted al. Lynstede v. Linstead. 
LYSSE (John) v. Symond Edmondes as to shipping of wheat, &c., 35 

Hen. VIII. Star Chamber Proceedings. D.K.R. 49. App. p. 510. 
LYSTON v. Leiston. 

LYSTON al. Lydston. Pedigree. Add. 19140. 
LYTELHAWE v. sub Norton. 

LYTTON. Pedigree. Harl. 1504 : 1546 : 6147. Add. 19140. 
MABER, MACKWORTH, MACLEAN, MCLEROTH of Bury and MACRO 

and MADDOCKS. Pedigrees. Add. 19141. 
MACRO family. S.I. ii. 210, 281, 287 ; iii. 375-385. Speech of Cox 

Macro before Bp. of Norwich at Bury School 15 May 1699. 12 Rep. 

Hist. Com. pt. ix. 129. 
MADGE (Thos.). Sermon preached at the Chapel in Churchgate St. 

Bury St. Edmunds. Bury St. Edmunds, 1810, 8vo. 

G 



98 M aester. 

MAESTER v. sub Ixworth. 

MAHU (Thos.). A Suff. man, mentioned, 1661 ? S.P. 212. 

MAIDENTON v. sub Westleton, &c. 

MAIDSTONE (?) (Maistana) in Colneis Hund. Lands of Roger Bigot. 
Norman held over 6 freemen in K.E.'s time with lOOa. and 1 villan 
with 4a. 2a. meadow. Dom. 3396. 

MAIDSTONE and MAINWARING. Pedigrees. Add. 19141. 

MAISTERS MANOR. Abstract of deeds relating to. Add. 5834, 5836. 

MAISTERS (Maysters) MANOR v. sub Preston. 

MAJOR. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 

MAKELS AND MAKELLES MANOR v. sub Hintlesham and Reydon. 

MALBY al. Malbye of Stonham from Essex. Pedigree. Harl. 1560; 
Tanner cclvii. 247. Add. 19141. 

MALBYS. Pedigree. Tanner cclvii. 268. 

MALET. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 

MALFALGUERAT (Mizael), surgeon of Bury. On an Extraordinary 
Tumour on the Thigh cured by Ligature. Phil. Trans. Abr. viii. 
400, 1740. 

MALFALGUYRAT. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 

MALHERBE. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 

MAUN al. Malyn al. Maling and MALKIN. Pedigrees. Add. 19141. 

MALLN (Thomas) of Moulton, Grant to, in Ashley, co. Camb. c. temp. 
Edw. I. Stowe Ch. 174. 

MALKIN (Benjamin Heath) LL.D., Head Master of Grammar School 
Bury St. Edmunds. Essays on subjects connected with Civilization 
1795, 8vo. Almahide and Hamet, a tragedy to which is pre- 
fixed a letter on Dramatic Composition. 8vo, 1804. The Scenery, 
Antiquities Biography of South Wales. 4to, 1804. 2nd Ed. 1807, 
2 vols. A Father's Memoirs of his Child. 1806, 8vo. The Ad- 
ventures of Gil Bias from the french of Le Sage. 1809, 4 vols., 
4/o. 

MALKINS HALL MANOR and MALKINS HALL v. sub Pakenham. 

MALLETT family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 181. 

MALLOWS al. Mallowes of Bury St. Edmunds. Pedigree. Harl. 1177. 
Add. 19141. 

MALMAYNS. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 

MALO LACU (Edmund de) Walter de Norwyco and Peter de Colyng- 
burne acknowledge that they owe Hugh le Despenser the elder 
50 marks to be levied in default on their lands in York, Norf. and 
Suff. Close Rolls, 5 Edw. II. 16. 



Mannock. 99 

MALT. Agreement to deliver for Queen's service 2,000 qrs. of Camb. 

and Suff. malt at 30s . per quarter, 1598. S.P. 17. 
MALTBY, MALTON, MALTON al. Melton, MALTRAVERS. Pedigrees. Add. 

19141. 
MALTYWARD of Buxhall, Hawkedon and Rougham. Pedigrees. 

Add. 19141. Arms. Add. 5524. 
MALVEISIN (John). Acknowledges that he owes John de Pvede clerk 

24 marks to be levied in default on his lands in Suff. Close Rolls, 

7 Edw. I. 2d. 
MAN (Sebastian). Warrant for a commission to attach, for contempt, 

t. Eliz. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 70. 
MANDEVILE and MANDEVILLE. Pedigrees. Add. 19141. 
MANDEVILLE MANOR v. sub Framlingham ( ) and Stemfield Manor 

Stowmarket. 
MANESFORT (?) in Samford Hund. Land of Robert Grenon. Saint 

Benet of Ramsey held it in demesne in K.E.'s time. Now William 

de Aln holds as a manor 1 carucate and a half. 3a. meadow and 

1 mill. Dom. 4196. 
MANETON (?) Manetura in Babergh Hund. Lands of Eanulf Peverett. 

1 freeman held 50a. Dom. 416. 
MANETUNA al. Manestuna al. Manton al. Mauston in Hitcham v. sub 

Hitcham. 

MANEWIKE v. sub Eye Honor. 
MANGEDENA v. Monewden. 
MANN or Man Family. E.A. vii. 384, viii. 239. of Ipswich. 

Pedigree. Tanner cclvii. 170. of Syleham. Pedigree. Add. 

19141. 
MANNE (Oliver) and WALTER PARKHURST. Confirmation to, of lands 

in Suff. 5 Car. I. 2 Pars. 0. Rot. 123. 
MANNERS, MANNING of Bungay, and MANNING of Thetford. Pedigrees. 

Add. 19141. 
MANNOK al. Mannocke family. S.I. vi. 322. Gipps's account of. 

S.I. viii. 181. Pedigree. Hari. 1560 : 1820 ; Rawl. B. 315 ; with 

Arms. Tanner cclvii. 153 ; Rawl. B. 304. Add. 19141. Arms. 

Rawl. B. 77. Sepulchral brasses at Stoke-by-Nayland, 1590-1632. 

Add. 32483 ; at Grundisburgh, 1610 ; Add. 32483 ; at Fornham 

All Saints, 1608-1656. Add. 32484. 
MANNY. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 
MANNOCK (Sir Fras.) son of Sir Fras. Bart. Licence of entry on lands 

in Suff. 1635. Chancery. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 550. 



100 Mannockc. 

MANNOCKE (Francis) of Gifford Hall, Stoke juxta Neilond, created 

a Baronet 1627. Ib. 43 App. i.p. 66, 47. App. p. 131. 
MANORIAL Families. Publication by J. J. Muskett, 2 vols. 4to 

and E.A. (N.S.) iii. 17. 
MANORS. Rolls of lords of, boys and girls in Stiff, t. Hen. II. Bodl. 

4183. Extracts from Records in Tower as to. 10 Edw. I. to 6 Edw. 

IV. Lansd. 1197, 15. 

, Names of lords of Edw. II. 8 vols. (Wth Cent.). Add. 26092-9. 

, Extent of, t. Hen. VI. D.K.R. 3. App. ii. p. 194. 

, Extracts from Court books 3-7 Edw. IV. Add. 21051. 14- 

20 Eliz. Add. 21052. various dates. Tanner cccx. 8. 
, Book of rentals of, 1 Mary. Exch. 1st Rep. in Pub. Rec. 

(1800) p. 184, /. Hen VEIL p. 185. 
. Register of the Courts of the Manor of Sudbury (in 1508-10) 

and other Crown manors in Suffolk (in 1509) assigned to Q. Cath. of 

Arragon. Rawl. B. 425. 

, Extent of, in Suff. IBth Cent. Add. 25292 : 18th Cent. Add. 

25292 : of, inherited by Tho. Skynerer, 1630. Harl. 112. 
, List of manors with an account of the chief inhabitants and 

the most remarkable monuments in the churches, 1655-7. Tanner 

cccxxiv. 

, Synopsis of lords of, by Davy (1835). Add. 19161-19164. 

MANSTANTON v. sub Friston. 

MANSION v. sub Hitcham. 

MANSTON HALL in Whepstead v. sub Whepstead. 

MANSION. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 

MANTHORP. Grant by Geoffrey, son of Roger Burhad to John, son of 

Robt. de Manethorp, of an acre in (c. 1250-60). Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1447. 
MANTON al. Manston in Hitcham v. sub Hitcham. 
MANTJEISME family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 181. 
MANUSCRIPTS relating to Suffolk. N. and Q., 2nd ser. vi. 348, 5th. 

ser. xi. 508, 6th ser. ix. 89, 8th ser. ii. 68, 116. 

, List of, in College of Arms by T. W. King. B.A.A. xxi. 158. 

, List of, in Brit. Mus. by E. Levien. Ib. xxi. 5. 

, Collection of, by Wilton Rix. Ib. 144. 

. Mentioned by Davy. Add. 19172. E.A. viii. 373, ix. 9, 21. 
MANWICK (? Manuuic) in Claydon Hund. Land of E. Hugh. Good- 
rich a freeman held 42a. as a manor and la. meadow ; and a freeman 

held 27a. and la. meadow. Wailolf a freeman held 60a. and one 

freeman held la. and 2a. meadow, and another 13 Ja.Dom. 2986 (bis.). 



Market Weston. 101 



. Land of Robert Malet. Sistric held 27a. which Josselyn now 

holds of Malet ; and a freeman held 13a. which Gilbert now holds. 
Dom. 3056. 

. Lands of the Bp. of Bayeux. W. de Brun a freeman held 27a. 

and a. meadow. Dom. 377. 

MANWICK, WURLINGTON and BOROWHARSHE. Letter to Chancellor 
of augmentations to make a book to Edw. Novell, son and h. to 
Sir Edw. Novell, late attainted in fee of certain portions of land 
named, 1553. Acts of P.O. 249. 

MANWOOD Family. E.A. vi. 208, 224, 240, 320, vii. 48, 128, viii. 112. 

MAPES and MAPLESDEN. Pedigrees. Add. 19141. 

MAPLETOFT family. E.A. v. 142. Pedigrees. Add. 19141. 

MAPLETOF family of Melford. E.A. v. 142. 

MAPS and PLANS relating to Suff. By Speed (1610) printed. Harl. 
Rolls. Q. 4. By J. Speedey (18th Cent.). Eger. 2445. by J. 
Johnson (1796). Add. 31981. (1821). Add. 26108. of Ipswich, 
Bury, Blithburgh, Bungay, Clare, Butley Priory, West Stow. Gough 
1749-58. Bodl. 17497 part of Beccles, Barsham and Ringsfield 
(1769). Add. 34557. of estates in Suff. (1708-1839). Add. 
21057. 

MARCH (Mortimer E. of) and MARCH of Wordwell and Icklingham. 
Pedigrees. Add. 19141. 

MARCHE (Thomas) of Trimley. Letter to Bass. Gawdy, 13 Jan. 1591-2. 
10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 36. 

MARCLESHAM v. Martlesham. 

MARDESTON, MARGETSON, MARINES and MARKAM. Pedigrees. Add. 
19141. 

MARKANT of Semer and MARKAUNT of Westley. Pedigrees. Add. 
19141. Rawl. B. 315. 

MARKAUNT (John) to shew title to lands in Suff. 10 Jac. I. M. Mic. 
Rec. Rot. 122. Grant to, 11 Jac. I. 2 Pars. O. Rot. 18. 

MARKES v. sub Reydon Hall Manor. 

MARKET WESTON (Westone, Weston Hovel). Lands of William de 
Scoies. Huard de Vernon holds of him what Aluric a freeman held 
in K.E.'s time as a manor viz. a carucate and 8a. in Thorpe, 2a 
meadow. A church with 4a. and 3 freemen hold 1 carucate and 
20a. and 3a. meadow. And 10 socmen in K.E.'s time but Bardwin 
in K. William's time have 60a. Dom. 353&. 

. Lands of St. Edmund. 3 freemen held a carucate, and la. 

meadow. Dom. 366. 



102 Market Weston. 



. Land of Robert de Verli. Alsey a freeman held in K.E.'s time 

1 carucate as a manor 3a. meadow. 1 mill. And 6 freemen held 

103a. and la. meadow. A church with 12a. Dom. 437. 

. Grant of market and fair in, 1263. (copy.) Harl. 58 I. 20. 

. Free warren. Robert Hovell. Chart. Rolls, 48 Hen. III. 4 ; 

Walter de Redesham. 51 Hen. III. 6. 
, Finding that a way of William de Redegrave and William his 

son is to the damage of a tenement of Ralph son of Alexander de 

Weston. (o.e.) Abbr. of PI. 9 Edw. I. in Oct. Hil. maj. rec. 20. 
, One fee in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. 

I.P.M., 35 Edw. I. 46. 
, Grants, &c., in, 1307. Harl. 56 G, 15. 1331, 1395. Harl. 49 

C. 5. 1417. Harl. D. 31. 1466. Harl. 49 F. 40. 

. Enclosure of Commons Act. (Priv. printed) 55 Geo. III. c. 13, 

, Primitive Methodist chapel and school at. Trust Deed. 1862, 

153, 7. 
. Included in the Blackbourne Highway District 20 March 

1863. L.G. 1618. 

. Schools. Bye-laws by Att. Com. 26 April 1881. L.G. 2011. 

MAKKET WESTON v. sub Hop ton, &c., Willingham, &c. 

MARKET WESTON MANOR. Market and fair. Robert Hovell. Chart. 

Rolls, 48 Hen. III. 4. 
MARKET WESTON CHURCH. Bells of. E.A. i. 259. Sketches of, by 

Kerrick. Add. 6759. Restoration of. Gent. M. 1844, pt. ii. 304. 

Monuments in. Add. 19079. E.A. i. 136. Plate. S.I. ix. 288. 
. Persona. Galfr. de Sethyngg, 1395. Harl. 49 C. 5 : 1401.; 

Harl. 51 E. 6 : 1417. Rob. Seriaunt. Harl. 56 D. 31. 
, Rectory and parish and defendant's lands called " Cronches," 

&c. Tithes. Maurice Moseley v. Stepn. Barker. 1701 at Botesdale. 

Exch. dep. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. 

L.G. 859. 
MARKET WESTON, ALVELYE. MEKELFELD, STONHAM, ILKETSHALE, 

FRESTON, HOLBROOK, SPROUTON, CODYNHAM, BROK and BAROWE. 

Knights' fees in, Thos. Duke of Norf. I.P.M., 1 Hen. IV. 716 ; 

John duke of Norf. Ib. 11 Hen. VI. 43. 
MARKET WESTON and HOPTON. List of 58 persons who paid on account 

of subsidy granted in 1576 in, 1577 ? S.P. Addenda 527. 
MARKET WESTON, HOPTON and MOCKEALL. Thos. Onslowe v. Rich. 

Lawley. C.P., ser. ii. B. cxxxv. 37. 






Maries ford. 103 

MARKET WESTON, and UPPER RICKINGALE. Petition of inhabitants of, 

for a weekly lecturer, 1657. S.P. 225. 
MARKET WESTON, THELTHAM, BARNINGHAM and HEPWORTH. Claim 

by Edward Muryell as heir to lands in, sometime the estate of Robt. 

Muryell pltf's father and since of Robert Muryell pltf'a brother. 

C.P. ii. 220. 

MARKS. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 
MARLESFORD (Maresfield, Marleford, Marlesforda, Marlesforth, Marles- 

forde, Marsford, Merleford, Merlesforda, Merlingeford). 
, Sale particulars of freehold and copyhold estates in. [Lend. 

1787], fol 
. Lands of Earl Ralph in the King's hand. 6 freemen held 25a. 

and 35a. in demesne. Dom. 286, 2866. 

. Lands of Earl Alan. Half a freeman held 13a. Dom. 294. 

. Lands of Robert Malet. A freeman held 36a. as a manor and 

la. meadow. And 6 freemen had 21a. Dom. 3266. 
. Land of St. Edmund. In K.E.'s time a carucate and 12a. as 

a manor, 5a. meadow, and 1 mill and there were 9 freemen and 2 half 

freemen with 83a. and la. meadow. Dom. 3696. 
, Order in action between Mabil and Joan daughters of Luke 

de Colevill and Adam Herice and Alice his wife as to 9 acres in, 

and between same petitioners and Everard son of Radulf as to 1 

rod in, Pat. Rolls, 9 Hen. III. m. 2d. 
, Commission touching persons who entered park of the king's 

mother at, and within the free chase and warren of Essedon hunted. 

Ib. 11 Edw. I. IQd. 

, Lands of the King held in. I. P.M., 15 Edw. III. 74. 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. John Coppinge 

fol. 60. John Nicole fol. 140. 1458-1477. John Botilde fol. 56. 

John Coppinge fol. 272. William Ewin fol. 229-233. 
. Forced Recovery of land, &c. These from T. Charles to the 

Duke of Norf. annulled by Act 1485. R.P. vi. 293, 294. 
, Lands, &c., there recovered against the heirs of T. Charles by 

Thomas Earl of Surrey, 1495. Ib. 478. 

. Muster. 30 names, 1539. S.P. 652, M. 21. 

, Action by Lady Margaret Viscountess of Hereford against Robert 

Dymer and Christr. Bayman to fulfil contract for sale of land in, and 

other towns adjoining, part freehold and part held of the 

manor of, in, agreed to be sold to pltf. by deft. Bayman. C.P. i. 

418. 



104 Maries ford. 

. Chancery Actions : Christopher Bayman v. Nich. Mann. 

C.P. ser. ii. B. xvii. 39. Wm. Dymor v. John Goodwyn and others. 

Ib. B. liii. 59. 

, Covenant for recovery in, 1618. Add. Ch. 9786, 9787. 
MARLESFORD v. sub Ash, &c., Aspale, &c., Easton, &c., Eye Manor, 

Glemham, &c., Kettleburgh Manor, Kettleburgh, &c., Loudham, &c, 
MARLESFORD MANOR. Henry de Bradenham. I.P.M., 30 Edw. I. 189. 
, Sale by John de Whittefeld and Maud his wife executrix of 

Sir Thomas de Saukeville, her late husband to Sir John de Stonore 

of all the goods and chattels, &c., formerly of Sir Thomas in manor 

of, 4 Edw. III. C. 2155. 

. (?) William de Bockinge. I. P.M., 43 Edw. III. pt. i. 11. 

MARLESFORD MANOR v. sub Wattisham Manor, &c. 

MARLESFORD CHURCH. South view of. Add. 8987. Monuments in. 

Add. 19096, 19097. Plate. S.I. ix. 189. 
, Presentation of Luke Stoke parson of, to Northales, on an 

exchange with John Rose. Pat. Rolls, 7 Rich. II. pt. ii. 23. 
MARLES HALL MANOR v. sub Milden. 

MARLOE of Mario w and MANNY of Walton. Pedigrees. Add. 19141. 
MARRES al. Moreves Manor v. sub Waldingfield Magna. 
MARRIAGES. Clandestine. E.A. (N.S.) iii. 138. before Justices. 

Ib. iv. 223, 229, 262. at Milton, Massachusetts. 76. i. 440. non- 
residence of parties. E.A. viii. 192, 223. Licences. Ib. iv. 366, v. 

77. List of marriage licences granted in Norwich diocese 1477-1515. 

Tanner cxxxviii. 101. 

MARRIE, MARRIOTT and MARRYATT. Pedigrees. Add. 19141. 
MARSH DE MARISCO. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 
MARSH LANDS. Lease for 21 yrs. to John Hill on fine of 16*. of, 1561. 

S.P., Addenda 518 
, Survey of, with the new walls and innings made at charge of 

late Duke of Norfolk, 29 Eliz. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. 

App.p. 38;30Eliz. Ib. p. 40. 
, Bill 8 Jac. I. for the recovery of, from the Sea. H.L. ii. 620, 

635, 639, 642, 649. 
. 12 Car. I. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R, 38. App. p. 123 ; 16 

Car. II. Ib. p. 134. 
MARSH, SOUTH, v. sub Aldeburgh, &c. 
MARSHAL (Earls) Honor of, Extent of knights' fees bel. to, in Suff. 

c. 1400. Add. Ch. 19338. 
, Comportus of lands of, in Suff. 1401-4. Add. Ch. 18556. 



Martlesham. 105 



MARSHALL, MAKESCALL. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 

MARSHAM of Badwell from Norf. Pedigree. Harl. 1560. Add. 
19141. 

MARSHAM of Stratton, STRAWLESS, &c., MARTEEL and MARTEN of 
Bildeston. Pedigrees. Add. 19141. 

MARTHORHAM al. Martonham v. Thornham Magna. 

MARTIN MANOR v. sub Alnesborun. 

MARTIN family. E.A. v. 87. S.I. ii. 73, 80, 84. of Hadleigh, What- 
field, Shelley, &c. of Hemingston of Palgrave. Pedigrees. 
Add. 19141. Church Notes of Thomas Martin of Palgrave b. in 
Sufi. 1697. E.A. (N.S.) i. 63, 79. His MSS. mentioned in Tour 
through Essex Suffolk and Norfolk, 1739. Rep. on Portland MSS. 
vol. vi. 70, and also 31 Dec. 1739. 76. 170. The Church Notes are in 
the possession of Mr. Gery Milner-Gibson-Cullum of Hardwick House 
Bury St. Edmunds, F.S.A. Printed works : One of the contri- 
butors to Le Neve's Monumenta Anglicana, 1719. Ives printed a 
Pastoral Elegy on the death of Martin, and also " Select papers 
chiefly relating to English Antiquities," mostly taken from the 
MSS. of Martin which he has purchased. Matthaei Prioris Almae, 
libri tres, Latino versu donati, opera et studio, 1762, 8vo. The 
History of the Town of Thetford. Lond. 1779, 4to. Posthumous 
(see Gough, &c.). 

MARTIN al. Martyn of Long Melford. Pedigree and arms. Harl. 155, 
1103, 1174, 1177, 1449, 1484, 1560, 1820; Rawl. B. 422. Add. 
19141. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 181. 

MARTINEAU family of Walsham le Willows. Burke L.G. 1070. 

MARTINO (Thomas de Sancto). Acknowledges that he owes John de 
Sancto Dionisio 20 marks to be levied in default on his lands in 
Suff. Close Rolls, 3 Edw. I. YId. 6 Edw. I. 13d. 

MARTLESHAM (Marclesham, Martelisham, Marthelisham, Martilsham, 
Merlesham, Mertlesham, Mertlisham). 
- " Red Lion Inn " at. E.A. (N.S.) i. 277. 

. Lands of Eamilf brother of Ilger. Eadwold in K.E.'s time held 

2 carucates and J as a manor. 12a. meadow now 1 mill and 1 church 
benefice with 36a. and Godric a freeman held 16a. and la. meadow. 
Dom. 424. 

, Stephen Blacsone v. Ernald de Clopton, touch, a pond levied in. 

Pat. Rolls, 6 Edw. I. 23. 

, Arnald Bonde v. Stephen Blaksone and others, touch, a fosse 

destroyed in. Ib. 9 Edw. I. 2Qd. 



106 Martlesham. 



, Matilda Blacson v. John Chauntur and Henry de Holfen, touch, 

land and pasture in. 76. 18. 
, 3 fees in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. I.P.M., 

35 Edw. I. 46. 

, Free warren in, Barth. de Elingham. Chart. Rolls. 5 Edw. II. 

30. John de Sekeford. 8 Edw. III. 50. 

, Grant, &c., in, 1328. Add. Ch. 10193 : 1612. Add. Ch. 10244. 

, Land in, Maria wife of Thomas de Brotherton E. of Norf . I. P.M., 

36 Edw. III. pt. ii. 9. 

, Pardon to John Gant al. John Masoun of, for death of Roger de 

Stowe killed, 9 Rich. II. Pat. Rolls, 10 Rich. II. pt. i. 14. 

, 3 knights' fees in, Thos. Duke of Norf. I.P.M., 1 Hen. IV. 716. 

, Wills of residents of, proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Simon 

Barosweyne fol. 26. John Cattell fol. 118. Richard Cooke fol. 52. 

Robert Delwoode fol. 129. John Pettigrew fol. 24. Richard 

Pettigrew fol. 58. 1458-1477. John Butler fol. 63. Simon 

Dryver fol. 53. John Pollerd fol. 63. 

, Fees in, John duke of Norf. I.P.M. 19 Edw. IV. 73. 

, Tenement called Hethes in. Ib. 21 Edw. IV. 59. 

, Claim by Thomas Noone against William Pilbrowe to recover 

title deeds of a messuage and 100 acres in, which descended to pltf. 

as son and heir to Francis Noone. C.P. ii. 256. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1727. 

MARTLESHAM (Martilsham) MANOR. Worth 20 held of Roger Pilkyng- 

ton as of manor of Bresyngham co. Norf. by knight-service. Henry 

Nowne d. seised in fee and Henry Noone aged 7 son and heir. Inquis. 

3 Hen. VII. 318. 
(cum Newbourn) MANOR. Court book of [1540-1614]. Add. 

21046. 

MARTLESHAM MANOR v. sub Foxhall Manor. 
MARTLESHAM CHURCH. Monuments in. E.C.C., 57. Add. 19086. 

Plate. S.I. ix. 165. 
, Ralph de Swanton parson of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 22 Edw. I. 

4d. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 5216. 

MARTLESHAM CHTTRCH v. sub Carlton Ch., &c. 
MARTLESHAM and NEWBOTTRN MANORS. Francis Noone v. Roger 

Warren. C.P., ser. ii. B. cxxxii. 83. 
MARTLESHAM. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 



May hew. 107 

HARTLEY (Martelaia, Martele, Mertlega) in Easton. 

. Land of Earl Alan. 13 freemen and a half in K.E.'s time held 

a carucate. A church with 12a. and 2 freemen held 2a. and 5 free- 
men held 45a. Dom. 293&, 294. 
. Lands of Robert Malet. A freeman held 20a. and a. meadow 

which William Gulafra holds of Malet. Dom. 3276. 
. Lands of Hervey de Berri. Brihtmar in K.E.'s time held as a 

manor 80a. and 9a. meadow. And 10 freemen and 2 half freemen 

held 60a. and la. meadow. Dom. 443. 

HARTLEY MANOR and HARTLEY HALL v. sub Easton, Easton, &c. 
MARTYRS. E.A. (N.S.) i. 198. 
MAS CALL, MASHAM, HASKEREL and MASON. Pedigrees. Add. 19141. 

family of Hason. E.A. (N.S.) iv. 367. 
HASSEY HANOR v. sub Santon Downham. 
MASSEY. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 
MATHER, MATHEW of Bury, &c., and MATHEWS. Pedigrees. Add. 

19141. 

MATYNGSTONE v. sub Bentley, &c. 
MAULKEN of Bury, MAUNDEVILE, MAURICE, MATTTEBY and MAUVEISME 

al. Hauersin. Pedigrees. Add. 19141. 
MAVISONS MANOR v. sub Thrandeston. 
MA WE of Rendlesham from Line. Pedigree and arms. Add. 5524 ; 

Harl. 891 ; 1449 : 1560 : 1820 ; Rawl. B. 422. Add. 19141. 
HAWLE of Challock. Pedigree and arms. Harl. 891 : 1560 ; Add. 

19141. 

HAWLEBY Family. Arms. Harl. 1449. 
HAWSLEBY, Family. Arms. Add. 5524. 

MAXEY, MAY of Boxted and of Stutton. Pedigrees. Add. 19141. 
MAY (Thomas). Act enabling, to sell lands in Suffolk, H.L. xvi. 

09, 513, 514, 536, 539, 578. 11 and 12 W. 3 c. 7. 
"MAY (Thomas) of Purdis near Ipswich. Minutes of Agriculture and 

the Description of Machines and Implements of Husbandry in reply 

to Hr. Cooke's accusations, 8vo. 1792. 
MAYD and MAYDENHEATH. Pedigrees. Add. 19141. 
MAYDENWATER MANOR in Bury v. sub Bury St. Edmunds Abbey. 
MAYDENWATER (Haydewatre) and FORNHAM. Townsmen of Bury 

mowed grass of the abbot at, and carried away same. Pat. Rolls, 

1 Edw. III. pt. iii. 13d. 

MAYDONHALL al. Maydenhall v. Hildenhall. ^ 

MAYHEW of Monk Soham. Pedigree. Tanner clxxx. 50. 



108 Mayhew. 

MAYHEW. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 

MAYHEW (John). Defendt's alleged claim upon estate of, Clothier, 

for payment of cloth delivered to said John, &c. Edwd. Parfey 

and others v. Wm. Burwell and others. 1712 at Sudbury. Exch. 

dep. 

MAYLE and MAYNARD. Pedigrees. Add. 19141. 
MAYNE family. Arms. Add. 5524. 
MAYORS of London. Natives of Suff. N. and Q., vi. 461. 
MAYS (Thomas). The Practical Preacher. A charge delivered 

in the Stansfield Congregational Church by, 12mo. Leicester, 1848. 
MAYSTERS v. Maisters. 
MEADOW or Meadowe Family. E.A. v. 20, 48, 49, 90. of Pippes in 

Coddenham. Pedigree. Tanner cclvii. 184. of Witnesham and 

Chattisham. Pedigree. Ib. clxxx. 74, cclyii. 146. 
MEADOWS. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 
MEALLA v. Mellis. 
MEASE. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 
MEAUDLINGG v, Milden. 

MEAUTYS MEATJTIS or Mewtas. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 
MEDEFELD (John de). John de Wodhull, Thomas Cokerel and Robert 

Rose acknowledge that they owe Thomas de Brotherton E. of Norf. 

100 marks to be levied in default on their lands in Norf. and Suff. 

Close Rolls, 8 Edw. II. IQd. 

v. Metfield. 

MEDFIELD al. Medefield al. Meford v. Melford. 

MEDICAL, Surgical and Pharmaceutical Archaeology of Suffolk, Notes 

on. S.I. i. 253. 

MEDICAL MEN. List of, in Suffolk. E.A. (N.S.) ii. 10. 
MEDILTON al. Mediton v. Middleton. 
MEDLEY (William) and FRANCIS NEALL. Lease to, of lands in Suff. 33 

Eliz. 4 Pars. 0. Rot. 89. 
MEDLING v. Milden. 
MEDYNG, FENHALL, and ROTHEY MANORS, late of Geoff. Michell. 

E.C.P., 15 Hen. VI. 9. 283. 
MEELDYNGES (Sir Remigius de) acknowledges that he owes John 

Waldeshaf 500 to be levied in default on lands in Suff. Close 

Rolls, 11 Edw. II. 14d. 
MEENE. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 
MEKEFIELD al. Mekilfeld v. Mickfield. 
MELD al. Myld family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 181. 



Mel ford. 109 

MELDING al. Meldinge al. Meldingg al. Meldingge v. Milden. 
MELESLELS v. Mells. 

MELFORD (Long) (Medefield, Meford, Melafordam, Meleford, Melfield, 
Melforth, Milford, Milforde). 

Note. There being so many entries under Kentwell and Kentwell 
Manor it has been thought more convenient to place these together 
under Kentwell. 

. S.I. i. 26, 84, 148, 222, 223, 225. Tanner xx. 73. Arch. xlii. 
289. Portland MSS. vol. iv. 70. Notes on. Add. 34712. Besbie's 
collections for. S.I. vii. 78. Parker's History of. Lond. 1873. 
4to. N. and Q., 2nd ser. vi. 190, 256. Drawings of ancient carvings 
in. Add. 9886. Manors in. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 127. 
Cross on the Green. E.A. (N.S.) i. 11, 47. Roman remains found at. 
Arch, xxiii. 394, xxv. 18. Corns found. Arch, xxiii. 395. The 
Suffolk Parricide, &c., by a gentleman of. Lond. 1740, 8vo. " Life 
of Charles Drew of." London. 1740, 8vo. Milbourne family of. 
E.A. iv. 105. Mapletoft family of. Ib. v. 142. Letter of Sir 
Symonds D'Ewes to Seth Wodd of. Harl. 378. Melford Hall. 
S.I. ii. 50. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 533. View of. S.I. ix. 
85. Q. Elizabeth at (1578). S.I. ii. 54. Visit of Suffolk Institute 
(1895). S.I. ii. 54; ix. 88, 89. Hospital. E.A. iii. 33. Order by 
Bp. Moore for better government of Hospital. Tanner cxxxviii. 40. 

. Lands of St. Edmund. In K.E.'s time 12 carucates as a manor. 

40a. of this Walter held of the Abbot. 50a. meadow. 2 mills. 
And 2 socmen with 80a. One of these held by Walter of the Abbot 
with 40a. A church living with 2 carucates. Dom. 359. 

, Release by Alice late the wife of Thomas son of Nigel de Liston 

clerk to Sir William de Valence, Earl of Pembroke, of all right in 
the lands which he has by demise of the said Thomas in. A. 3469. 

, Grant by John de Lausele, to Sir William de Valencia, of 2 

acres in the mill field in, A. 3520. 

, Grant by Henry son of William de Elmeswelle to Thomas son 

of Nigel de Liston clerk of land called ' Varelond ' between Sir 
William de Valencia's land and the road from Melford church to 
Kentewall tigh called ' Haylokestye ' in. A. 3781. 

, Grant by Henry son of William de Elmeswall', to Thomas son 

of Nigel de Liston, clerk, Alice his wife, and John and Simon their 
sons of land called ' Varelond ' between land of Sir William de 
Valencia and the road from Henry's house to the tigh of Kentewalle 
called ' Haylokestye ' in. A. 3530. 



110 Mel ford. 

, Grant bv Andrew Wodefuchel and Matilda his wife to Sir 

William de Valencia, lord of Pembroke, of 1 acres abutting on the 
road to St. Edmunds in. A. 3604. 

, Grant by Godfrey Foe of, to Sir Wm. de Valencia, of la. land 



in, lying by the mill road. A. 7174. 
, Confirmation by John son of Alan Peytevin of, of a grant by 

Petronilla his mother, late the wife of the said Alan, to Sir Wm. de 

Valence, lord of Penbroc, of land in [Hen. III.]. A. 3908. 
, Grant by Edmund de Ass and Isabella his wife, to Sir Wm. de 

Valencia, lord of Pembroke, of land in, part abutting on road to 

Clare, part in field called ' Beyrnefeud,' adjoining the road to Subir' 

(Sudbury) [Hen. III.]. A. 3964. 

, Market and fair in, for Bury Abbey. Chart. Rolls, 19 Hen. III. 5. 

, 9 carucates of land in, William de Kentwell. I.P.M., 29 Hen. 

III. 44. 
, Grants, etc., in, t. Edw. I. Harl. 55 G. 32 : 1298. Harl. 58 

B. 42 : 1303. Cott. xxv. 33 : 1304. Harl. 49 F. 26, 51 C. 57, 

51 D. 1 : 1305. Harl. 54 H. 14 : 1326. Harl. 46 A. 18 : 1333. 

Harl. 53 D. 34 : 1349. Harl. 48 A. 17 : 1351. Harl. 51 A. 37 : 

1355. Harl. 49 I. 47 : 1364. Harl. 53 C. 4, 5. Cott. xii. 45 : 

1365. Harl. 56 B. 45 : 1367. Harl. 53 C. 32, 33 : 1371. Harl. 

51 D. 12: 1375, 1377, 1378. Harl. Roll. 0. 27 : 1381. Harl. 

53 C. 34 : 1407. Harl. 48 D. 12, 54 A. 22 : 1421. Harl. 48 D. 

15: 1448. Harl. 49 I. 39 : 1583. Harl. 57 H. 18 : 1584. 

Harl. 48 D. 48 : 1589. Add. Ch. 25408 : 1599. Add. Ch. 10548. 

Harl. 51 H. 32 : 1626. Add. Ch. 10549 : 1639. Harl. 57 H. 

38 : 1657. Add. Ch. 19265. 
, Stephen Fitz-Jordan and William Fitz-Jordan v. Radulph son 

of Adam le Chapeleyn of Melford, touch, possessions in. Pat. Rolls, 

1 Edw. I. 14. 
, Stephen son of Jordan de Sidelnesmere and William de Dunton, 

&c., touch, land in. Ib. 1 Edw. I. 2. 

, Fee in, Egidius deWachesham. I.P.M., 1 Edw. I. 9 ; 3 Edw. I. 28. 
, Geoffrey son of Alan de Meleford v. Abbot of S. Edmund's and 

others touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. I. 18. 
, Richard son of Adam de Meleford v. Petronilla late wife of 

Henry de Bennehale and others, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 3 Edw. I. 

V2d. 
, Petronilla daughter of William de Meleford and Is. her sister 

v. John Peyteuyn and others, touch, possess, in. Ib. 9 Edw. I. lOd. 






Mdford. Ill 

, Petronilla Fitz William and Joan her sister v. John Peytewyn 

and others, touch, possessions in. Ib. 9 Edw. I. I4d. 
, Grant by Alan Boydin to Peter son of William Scaterun of 

land called ' le Peic ' in, 14 or 15 Edw. I. C. 2152. 
, Pardon to John son of William Balant of, for death of John 

Grom. Pat. Rolls, 31 Edw. I. 7. 
, Pardon to William Waryn of, for death of Robert le Peleter of 



Haverhill. Ib. 31 Edw. I. 6. 
, Pardon to Roger ' the Smyth ' of, of outlawry for non-appearance 

before justices, on plea of trespass of Geoffrey de le Soler at, on 

condition that he surrender immediately. Ib. 34 Edw. I. 5. 
, Grant from William fil. Radulfi de Elmeswelle to John de Luton 

and Margery his wife of land at, t. Edw. II. Edw. III. Stowe 

Ch. 246. 

, Commission on complaint by John de Whelnetham that Chris- 
tiana, late wife of John Carbonel, with others, assaulted him at. 

Pat. Rolls, 8 Edw. II. pt. i. lOd. 

, Land in, Gilbert de Clare E. of Gloucester. I.P.M., 8 Edw. II. 68. 

, Land in, Robt. de Bures and Hillaria his wife. Ib. 5 Edw. III. 

55. 

, Free warren in, Andrew de Bures. Chart. Rolls, 9 Edw. III. 37. 

, William le Parker, John le Porter and John Lytel of, mentioned. 

Pat. Rolls, 10 Edw. III. pt. ii. 20rf. 
, Pardon to Walter Chisseldene for robbery of a man after vespers 

near, of 135. 4d. in gold and silver, a sword value 13s. 4d. and a long 

double tabard value 20s. Ib. 3 Rich. II. pt. iii. 7. 

, John Lytil of, mentioned. Ib. 9 Rich. II. pt, i. 29. 

, John atte Hill of, mentioned. Ib. 7 Hen. VI. pt. i. 20. 

, Court Roll of Manor of Monks in, 21 Hen. VI. S.I. vii. 83. 

. Will of Nicholas Barber of, proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. 

fol. 82. 
, General pardon to John Clopton of. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. IV. 

pt. iv. 17. 

, Pardon of outlawry to John Barker of. Ib. 3 Edw. IV. pt. i. 22. 

, Messuage and land, Rog. Moryell v. Rog. Ponder, feoffee. E.C.P. 

3-7 Edw. IV. 30, 16. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands of Duchy of Lancaster in, 7 to 8 

Edw. IV. Bundle 323, No. 5274. 
, Conveyance of land in, adjoining Hospital, 15 Hen. VII. S.I. 

ii. 95. 



112 Melford. 

, Will of Roger Reyff of, proved Canterbury 1500-1. 8 Rep. 

Hist. Com. 332. 

, Wills of Symon Smyth and John Tye of, proved at Canterbury 

1500-1. Ib. 333, 334. 

, Rebellious inhabitants of. S.P., 17 Hen. VIII. 1329. 
, Protection for Rog. Shepe and Jas. Welles al. Garme of, 1528. 

S.P., 20 Hen. VIII. 4231 (26). 
, Grants, &c., in the hamlet of Cranmer in, 1538. Add. Ch. 10544 : 

1586. Add. Ch. 10547. 
, Grants, &c., of Lutons (Li tons) Wood house, Woolfoule 

and Blake's manors in, 1539. Harl. 48 D. 32, 50 E. 

12, 13. 
, Rog. Martyn of, recusant, committed to Ipswich, 1578. Acts of 

P.C. 313. 
, Clauses of Will of Sir William Cordell relating to Hospital at, 

1590 (? 1580). Lansd. 66, 50. 
, Particulars of lands, houses, &c., granted by Sir William Cordell 

for endowment of Hospital at, 1590. Lansd. 66, 49. 
, Statutes and rules for Hospital at. Lansd. 66, 51 ; Tanner 

cxxxvii. 53. 
, Covenant for fine of Lutons, Woolhouse and Woodfoule's 

manors in, 1591. Harl. 57 H. 19. 
, Action cone, fraud in contract relating to messuage, &c., in, 

holden of Peter Wentworth as of his manor, the parsonage of, of 

which Thos. Bowtell, the complainant was seised, &c. C.P. i. 

56. 
, Proceedings by Anne Clopton wid. against Thos. Clopton and 

others as to manors of Kentwell and lands in, manor of 

Melford Monachorum or Monks Melford and tithes in. C.P. i. 

188. 
, Action by John Kendall against Alexander Pounge to redeem 

a messuage and land in a hamlet called Cranmer in, conveyed by 

Thomas Kendall pltf's grandfather to deft, on a condition which deft. 

did not perform. C.P. ii. 120. 

, John Mayor of, pltf. in action. C.P. ii. 232. 

, Roger Marten of, pltf. in action. C.P. ii. 247. 

, John Mayer, biblical commentator, born 1583 at. D.N.B. 

xxxvii. 148. 

, Lands of Roger Martin of, and of other recusants noticed, 38 

Eliz. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 55. 



Melford. 113 

, Action by John Wrighte and Anne his wife late wife of Robert 

Alington against Jane Alington and another (1599) to be quieted 

in possession of a farm in, which Robert Alington had hired from deft. 

Jane Alington wid. sister and heir of Sir W. Cordell late Master of 

the Rolls. C.P. iii. 219. 

, Thos. Dyeke v. John Byxbye. C.P., ser. ii. B. xlix. 102. 

. Charity. 6 Jac. I. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 3, No. 24. 15 Car. 

I. Ib. Bundle 17, No 20. Dep. Bundle 2, No. 2. 15 Car. II. 76. 

Bundle 27, No 12. Confirmations, etc. Roll 16. 

, Roger Martin of, recusant, 1609. S.P. Addenda 517. 

. Manor of Monks Melford in. I.P.M., William Clopton 

son and h. of Sir William Clopton Knt. 1 Car. I. No. 71 (1625). 
, Petition of the Countess of Rivers respecting the despoiling 

of Melford Hall, 29 Aug. 1642. 5 Rep. Hist. Com. 45. 
, Order for finding out and regaining the goods of the Countess of 

Rivers, 9 Sept. 1642. 5 Rep. Hist. Com. 47. 

, Letter to justices of peace to, enclosing petition of people of, 

and desiring them to take care that Mr. Wood settled in rectory be 

quieted in possession, 1653. S.P. 136. 

, John Carey of, recusant 1653. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 3173. 
, John Umfreville of Stoke and Magdalene his wife dau. and co- 
heir of John Carey beg discharge of her third of a small tenement 

with land hi, two-thirds of which were sequestered on her father'* 

death for recusancy of her mother who is now dead, 1653. 76. 
, Richard son and heir of Sir Roger Martin of, Recusant 1654. 

S.P., Cal. of Comp. 3180. 
, Grant to Roger Martin of, of dignity of a baronet 1667. S.P. 

600. 

, Will of Samuel Creffeild of, 1674 (copy). Stowe Ch. 780. 

, Will of Dorothy Creffeild of, 1691. Stowe Ch. 780. 
, Jas. Johnson, Bp. of Worcester, born 1705 at. D.N.B. r xix. 

415. 
, Customary messuage, &c., late estate of Edwd. Haynes, &c., 

Mortgages, &c. Wm. Haynes v. Benjn. Carter and others. 1717 

at Sudbury. Exch. dep. 
, Bond by Chas. Firebrass, &c., &c., Thos. Baisey and other 

v. Richd. Potter. 1721 at Great Coggeshall. Exch. dep. 

, Character borne by Mr. Plampin Richardson, Attorney-at-law 

or practising as such, &c. Jas. Johnson v. Richd. Warren D.D. 

and others. 1730 at Sudbury. Exch. dep. 

H 



114 Melford. 

, Petition to the King from Deborah Drew, widow of Chas. John 

Drew, of, said Drewe's 5 daughters, detailed for regrant of any part 

of estate of said Drew (who was murdered on night of 31 Jan. 1739- 

40, by his only son Chas. Drew), which may have become thereby 

attainted. T. B. and P. 1740, 318. 
, Letter of John Spring relative to the hospital at Long Melford 

with his pedigree 1759. Add. 6402. 
, David Everard Ford, author and musical composer, born 1797 

at. D.N.B., xix. 415. 

, Trust for the Methodists at. Trust Deed. 58 Geo. III. 71, 4. 

. Chapel registered for marriages 1859. L.G. 3208. 

, School at. Trust Deed. 1860, 59, 2. 

. Included in the Lavenham Highway District 20 March, 1863. 

L.G. 1620. 

. Local Government 23 Feb. 1875. L.G. 762. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1720. 

. Confirming Local Government Order (Poor Law). (Loc. and 

pers.) 47 and 48 Viet. c. 46. 
. Maintenance and continuance of Gasworks, &c. (P.O.) 50 

and 51 Viet. c. 125. 
. Notice of dissolution of Melford Friendly Society. L.G. 1892, 

4384. 
. Notices under Companies Acts 1862 to 1890 resp. Long Melford 

Industrial Co-operative Society. L.G. 1893, 5859, 63481895. 

2549, 3455. 

. Dissolution of Hare Inn Friendly Society. L.G, 1895, 5414. 
- . Dissolution of Mutual Benefit Society. L.G. 1900, 2143. 
MELFORD (LONG) v. sub Acton Manor, Acton, &c., Bury St. Edmunds 

Abbey, Chevington, &c., Chilton, &c., Clare (Gilbert de), Clopton 

family, Cranmoor Green (?), Cranmer, Fakenham, &c., Kentwell, 

Mendham, &c., Shimpling, &c., Stanstead, &c., Sudbury, Sudbury, 

&c., Sudbury Mills, &e., Waldingfield (Gt.), &c., Wattisham, 

&c. 
MELFORD MANOR (Monk Melford Manor). The Abbot of Bury held, 

in chief of the King and it pertained to the Barony of St. Edmund. 

H.R. ii. 142. 
, Memorandum of Sir William Waldegrave the Elder (Guardian 

of William Clopton) as to his entrance on Melford Green in dispute 

with Sir Thomas Savadge as parcel of the Manor of Monks-Melford. 

Harl. 97. 






Mel ford. 115 

, Admittance at a Court at, by the abbot of Bury St. Edmund 

of Roger Marten and Rich, his son to a meadow, 2 Hen. VIII. Bodl. 

SufL Ch. 142. 
, Release to tenants in Monks Melford manor from a fine to the 

Abbot of Bury St. Edmunds, 1517. Cott. xxi. 7. 
, Grant to Fras. Clopton of, of 63 ac. of land in Melford parcel of. 

Court of Augmentations, 1539-40. S.P. 1032. 
, Grant of 20 mks. annuity out of, to Edw. Peyton. Court of 

Augmentations, 1540. S.P. 1032. 
, Bond on purchase of Monks Melford manor, 1540. Harl. 48 

D. 31. 

, Appointment of Fras. Glemham to be bailiff of, 1542. S.P. 1258. 

, Particulars of farms of Monks Melford Manor, for grant to 

William Clopton 37 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 192. 
, Grant of Monks Melford manor to William Clopton, 37 Hen. 

VIII. 7 Pars. 0. Rot. 37. 
, Acquittance for homage for Monks Melford Manor, 1552. Harl. 

48 ; D 38, 39 : 1635. Harl. 49 E. 40. 

, Conf. to William Cordall of, 1 and 2 P. and M. 3 Pars. CvRot, 

31. See 3 Pars 0. 1 M. Rot. 40. 
, Discovery of effects, &c., in suit between exors. of Sir Wm. 

Cordell, and Dame Mary Cordell and Geo. Moore, cone, which Sir W. 

Cordell devised to his wife for life. C.P. i. 29. 

, Draft of Conveyance 6 Eliz. by Frances Clopton of Melford of, 

and of the Manor of Henstead, &c., in trust for certain uses, to Sir 

Ambrose Jermyn and Ralph Cootes clerk. Harl. 99. 

, Pardon on alienation, &c. of, 1589. Harl. 51 H. 29 : 1634. 

Harl. 53 H. 9. 

, Grant of annuity from, 1599. Harl. 51 H. 32. 
, Grant from Sir Thos. Savage to Wm. Noy of annuity of 5 issuing 

out of, as a retaining fee, 1610. S.P. 633. 
, Licence granted to impark lands in, to Sir Thomas Savadge and 

his wife, 10 Jac. I. 3 Pars 0. Rot. 167. 
, State of accounts between Sir John Tracy and his tenants of, 

farm of Monks Melford [c. 1620]. Harl. 98. 

, Fine of, and Lutons Manors, &c., 1634. Harl. 45 G. 7. 

, Claim of Thomas Viscount Savage of liberty within, 7 Car. I. 

M. Mich. Rec. Rot. 
, Earl Rivers has reversion of Park in, and house after decease of 

Lady Savage, 1645. S.P. 188. 



116 Melford. 

, Petitions to compound for two-thirds of a messuage and 

park in, Elizabeth Countess Dowager of Rivers, 1648. S.P., CaL 

of Comp. 1857. 
, Grant of Sir John Tracie. Dame Elizabeth his wife and Sir Symomls 

D'Ewes to Sir Roger Martin a copyholder of the manor of Monk* 

Melford, to cut, fell and slub up 30 Pollards or Boiling trees 1650. 

Harl. 98. 

. Extract from the Court Roll, 1670. Add. Ch. 10552. 

, Lands, &c., held by copy of court roll of manor, mortgaged 

by Edwd. Haynes, &c., &c. Wm. Haynes v. Benjn. Carter and 

others. 1713 at Bury St. Edmunds. Exch. dep. 
MELFORD MANOR v. sub Fakenham, &c., Melford. 
MELFORD (LONG) CHURCH. Gent. M. 1830, pt. ii. 204, 5, pt, ii. 352- 

355. Account of. S.I. ii. 73. Tanner cccx. 174. Add. 1301, 
5829. B.A.A. 1. 228, 229. Views of, by Carter (1787, 1788). 

Add. 8986. S.I. ix. 88. Windows. P.S.A., 2ndser. v.189. B.A.A. 
xxvi. 249, 250, xxvii. 255. Stained glass in. Add. 34868. B.A.A. 
xxxix. 86, xl. 400. A.J. xxxiii. 397. John Clopton's gift of stained 
glass to. B. A. A. xl. 401. Drawing of Lady Anne Percy in a window 
in. Ib. xxxix. 86, xl. 400. of Henry E. of Northumberland and 
wife. Ib. 403. A carving in, described by Ord. Arch. xii. 93-95. 
Inscriptions on parapet of. Gent. M. 1833, pt. ii. 113, 114. Plate. 
S.I. ix. 62. Plate and ornaments of. Gent. M. 1830, pt. ii. 352- 
355. Rood Screen in. E.A., iii. 317. Add. 8986. Steple board 
at. E.A. (N.S.) i. 322. Monuments in. Add. 19077, 19078. 
Sepulchral brasses (c. 1420-1625). of Thomas Clopton (1597) 
S.I. iv. 363. of Roger Martyn wives and family (1615). of Richard 
Martin (1625). Add. 32478, 32483, 32490. Inscriptions in. 
E.A. i. 153, iv. 228, 255. Add. 8986. Robert Warren, Parson 
of. 13 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. i. 2. Poem of John Lydgate at. A.J. 
Ivi. 403. Visit of Archaeological Institute to. Ib. Visit of Suffolk 
Institute (1895). S.I. ix. 88. Ancient tithe books. S.I. vii. 82, 
Copies of early documents relating to tithes. Ib. 82, 83, 84. 
Particulars of action by William Gilbert parson of, against Sir 
Wiliam Waldegrave. S.I. vii. .81, 82. Mention of Nathaniel Bisbie 
D.D. rector of. Tanner xxvi. 51 autograph. Tanner xlvi. 138. 

, Protection for one year to Simon de Claxeby parson of. Pat. 

Rolls, 4 Edw. II. pt i. 18. 

, Master William de Melbourn mentioned as parson of. Close- 
Rolls, 15 Edw. II. 10. 



Mel ford. 117 

, Commission on complaint byTheodoric de Colonia parson of, 

that Master Richard de Herlyng and others entered the manse of 

his rectory, carried away his goods and assaulted his servants. 

Pat. Rolls, 8 Edw. III. pt. i. 3d. 
, Presentation of William de Norton to, Ib. 5 Rich, II. pt. i. 

24. 

. Rector. Will. Skerne, 1514. Harl. 51 D. 49. 

, Presentation of Wm. Gilbard to, 1599. S.P. 315. 

, Robert Warren J.P. parson of, justly suspected of Popery, 1628. 

13 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. i. 2. 

, Account of profits of Rectory, 1660, 1661. S.I. vii. 84, 85-90. 
. Extracts from court rolls of rectory manor, 1670. Add. Ch. 

10552. 
. Case of the rector (Henry Felton) and churchwardens against 

Tho. Winkfield 1692. Cambridge Mm. vi. 64 (2523). 
, Letter of Henry Felton rector of, to Dr. Prideaux giving account 

of a Popish priest taken preaching at a Quakers' Meeting, 1699. 

Tanner xxi. 48. 
. Rectory and parish, lease of tithes granted by Dr. Nathl. Bisby 

to Sir Robt. Cordell, Bart, and John Cordell his son, Melford Park, 

Woods called ' Linnage ' and ' Spelthorn,' &c., &c. Tithes. 

Jas. Johnson v. Chas. Firebrace and others. 1722, 1723, 1724 at 

Melford. Exch. dep. 
, Letter by Sir Chas. Firebrace to Tanner ; caveat against Mr. 

Johnson rector of, annexing a pew to his house 172J. Tanner xx. 73. 
. Rectory and parish and hospital or alnishouse of Holy Trinity. 

Tithes. Jas. Johnson v. Richd. Warren D.D. 1730 at Melford. 

Exch. dep. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. 

L.G. 859. 
MELFORD (LONG) and BURY ST. EDMUNDS. A view by Carter of an 

ancient building on the road between (1787). Add. 8986. 
MELFORD and COCKFIELD. The Abbot of Bury has warren in. H.R. 

ii. 143. 
MELFORD (Loxo) and HADLEIGH. Orders under Light Railways Act 

1896. L.G. 1900, 5899. Application to Railway Commissioners 

respecting. L.G. 1901, 1163. 
MELFORD, SHIMPLING, LAVENHAM, ACTON and ALPHETON. Action 

as to adjustment of accounts of William Necton as receiver of estates, 

late of Sir William Cordell in. C.P. ii. 276. 



118 Mdford. 

MELFORD, UFFORD and BRADFIELD. Action by Robert Mawe against 

Francis Harberd to recover profits of a messuage and 200 acres in, 

demised by William Truston dec. for a term since vested in deft. 

and the reversion in Thomas Truston son of William. C.P. ii. 210. 
MELFORD. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 
MELKYS al. Veyses v. sub Brent Eleigh Manor. 
MBLL al. Mill of Bramfield. Pedigree. Add. 5524. Harl. 155 : 1103 : 

1177 : 1449 : 1560. Rawl. B. 422. Add. 19141. 
MELLER. Pedigree. Harl. 1137 : 1432 ; with arms. Rawl. B. 304* 

Add. 19141. 

MELLJNG. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 
MELLINGA al. Mellyng v. Milden. 

MELLIS (Melis, Meling, Melles, Melling, Melne, Metlels). 
. Lands of Robert Malet. A free tenant Fulchard held 27a. 

and la. meadow and half a church with 8a. Robert Malet's mother 

holds over him. Leverich held 60a. as a manor and 3 freemen held 

15a. Dom. 3236. 

. St. Edmunds fee. A freeman held la. Dom. 371. 

. Land of Aubrey de Vere. 1 freewoman Meuleva held 14a. 

and in K.E.'s time she had given same to St. Edmund. Others 

have 90a. and la. meadow. Adelalmas holds the whole under Aubrey. 

Dom. 419. 
. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 451, 461, 464. 13 Rep. pt. iv. 430. 

Etymology of. E.A. i. 309, 318. Wm. Flacke and John Yaxley 

of, admitted at Caius Coll. E.A. (N.S.) i. 158, iii. 103. Green. 

10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 522. 13 Rep. pt. iv. 436. Musters at. 

5 Rep. 594. 
, Robert Coterel, Robt. Horn. John del Wro, Henry Bole and the 

heirs of William le Engynur held certain tenements in. H.R. ii. 194. 
, Master Milicie of the templars claimed view of frankpledge 

and assize of bread and beer in. Q.W. 725. 
, Thomas de Stagno v. Adam de la Madeleyne and William de 

Geravill, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. 12d. 
, Isabella late wife of William de Meuling v. Laurence de Denar- 

diston, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 2 Edw. I. Id. 
, Jul[iana] late wife of Mathew de Meling v. Simon le Wylde, 

touch, a tenement in. Ib. 3 Edw. I. 23d. 
, Grant by Will. Godinhale to Will, son of Thos. Gordan, of a 

rent out of lands in, 26 Edw. I. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1203. 
, 4 acres in, Stephen de Brokedissh. I. P.M. 1 Edw. II. 57. 



Mettis. 119 

, Free warren in, Peter de Denardeston. Chart. Rolls, 5 Edw. II. 
2. 
, 5 acres of meadow and 5 of pasture. Hog. de Boys and others 

for Campsey Priory. I.P.M., 6 Rich. II. 201. 
. Will of John Cowper of, proved at Ipswich, 1458-1477 fol. 

323. 
, Pardon of outlawry to Walter Couper late of. Pat. Rolls, 15 

Edw. IV. pt. i. 30. 

. Court of Wards and Liveries. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. p. 56. 

, Forcible ouster from lands in, Elizabeth Yaxley v. Thomas 

Yaxley her son and others. Star C.P., Hen. VII. 70. 

. Mentioned. 22 Hen. VIII. 165. 

, Particulars of farms and rents in, for grant to John Eyre, 36 

Hen. VEIL D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 207. 
, Francis Yaxley, conspirator, eld. son of Ric. Yaxley of, died 

1565. D.N.B. Ixiii. 305. 

. Charity. 6 Jac. I. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 3, No. 24. 
, Deed relating to Pountney Manor in, 1624. Add. Ch. 

32955. 
, Brief against Geo. Dixon touch, administratorship to alleged 

will of Nich. Fanner, deceased, of, father of Thos. Fanner, plaintiff, 

1639. S.P. 544. 

, Fras. Yaxley of, recusant, 1654. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 3193. 

, Trust for the Methodists at. Trust Deed. 53 Geo. III. 27, 14. 

, Included in the Hartisaiere Highway District 13 Jan. 1863. 

L.G. 231. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 1881. L.G. 1702. 

MELLIS v. sub Bures, &c., Cotton Manor, Creting, &c., Eye, Eye St. 

Peters Mon., Hartismere Hund., Stoke Ash Manor, Thornham, Gt. 

and Little, &c., Wickham, &c., Wickham Market Manor, Yaxley, 

&c. 
MELLIS MANOR. Remy (Bemig) son of William de Meulingges v. 

William Milksopp and Alice his wife, touch, two parts of the 

manor of, except some land in the said manor of. Pat. Rolls, 6 

Edw. I. 23d. 

. John de Thorp and Alicia bis wife. I.P.M., 17 Edw. II. 61. 

. Edward Cornwallis d. 3 Sept. 1510 and William his brother 

and heir. Ib. 2 Hen. VIII. 
, Walter Norton v. Thos. Thurston, touch, parcel of. C.P., set. 

ii. B. cxxxi. 16. Ib, B. cxxxiii. 5. 



120 Mdlis. 

MELLIS CHURCH. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 457. Thomas Collier 

curate of. 10 Rep. pt. ii. 270. John de Godeford rector of. 9 

Rep. 22. Extracts from Registers. S.I. i. 286. Extracts from 

Churchwardens' accounts (1611-1645) Ib. 79. Monuments in. 

Add. 19089, 19090. Epitaphs in. Add. 21032. Plate. S.I. viii. 

314. 

. Clericus. Hubertus t. Hen. III. Harl. 45 I. 15. 
, Simple protection for Rich, de Lughteburgh parson of. Pat. 

Rolls, 9 Edw. II. pt. i. 12. 
, Prior, &c., of Eye complain that they had not had the stipulated 

compensation for it, though they had assigned it over to the King, 

1330. R.P. ii. 31. 
, Laxfield Church appropriated to them in exchange for it. n.d. 

76. 414. 
, Presentation of John Sumnore to, by death of Wm. Harrold. 

S.P., 3 Hen. VIII. 1803. of Thomas Grundy vice Richard Good 

ceded, 13 Car. II. Pat. Rolls, D.K.R. 46. App. i. p. 58. 
. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 

5216. 

MELLIS CHURCH v. sub Thornedon Ch., &c. 
MELLIS. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 
MELLS (Mealla, Meleslels, Meling, Melles, Mellis, Mellish, Mettles, 

Meulingges). 

, Formerly a parish but now a hamlet in Wenhaston. Ruined 

chapel of. E.A. v. 214. S.I. viii. 334. 

. The Priory of Blythburgh acquired the tithes of, that had 

been given to Thetford abt. 1260 by exchanging for them lands in 

Darsham. S.I. viii. 355, 364, 369. 

, St. Bartholomew's Chapel in. Ib. 360, 378. 
, Documents relating to. Ib. 362. 

, Disputes as to tithes of. Ib. 365, 369, 375. 

, Gift by Baldwin de Melnes of 5a. in, to Blythburgh Priory. 

Ib. 368. 

, Gift by Radulph son of Eudo de Melnes of 2a. Ib. 368. 

, Gift by Roger Champeneys de Wenistoun of 2 tenements in, to 

Blythburgh Priory. Ib. 369. 
, Inquisition at, as to tithe irregularities, 1322. Ib. 374. 

, Case of John Pryme as to tithes in. Ib. 376. 

, Blythburgh Priory and tithes of. Ib. 379. 
. Mells Bridge. S.I. viii. 335. 



Melts. 121 

, Lands of Robert de Todeni. Manning a freeman held as a 

manor and now Robert in demesne 3 carucates. 5a. meadow. 

Then 1 mill now none. Dom. 4296. 
, Tithe suit in, betw. Thetford and Belvoir Priories [1156]. Harl. 

43 A. 18. 
, Grants, &c., in t. Hen. III. Harl. 47 B. 42, 49, 43 I. 10, 

50 C. 58. Add. Ch. 15503 : t. Edw. I. Harl. 47 B. 44, D. 20 : 1296. 

1343. Harl. 51 D. 18 : 1355. Cott. xxvii. 119 : 1359. Harl. 

50 G. 58: 1363. Harl. 49 H. 19: 1375, 1386. Harl. 56 A. 47, 
H. 35: 1412. Harl. 51 E. 52: 1417. Cott. xxviii. 208. Harl. 

51 E. 55 : 1450. Harl. 57 E. 45. 

, Peter de Mells held " bortrem " at, and his ancestors held for a 

long time. R.H. ii. 147, 197. He also claimed free warren. Ib. 

148, 198 and view of frankpledge and assize of bread and beer. 

Q.W. 721. 

, Grant in, t. Edw. I. Cott. xxvii. 94. 

, Thomas Queyntered sought to replevy his land in, taken into 

King's hands for his default against Thomas le Neuman of Melles. 

Close Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 9d. 
, John son of Walter son of John de Norwich and heir of Sir John 

and Sir Roger de Norwich born at, 25 Edw. III. D.K.R. 3. App. 

ii. p. 137. 
, Enrolment of deed of Sarah du Brok late wife of Peter du Brok 

of Wysete one of the daurs. of Sir Peter de Melles former lord of, 

releasing same to Sir Walter de Norwyz. Manor descended from 

Sir Peter to his son Peter the brother of Sarah who had granted to 

Sir Walter. Close Rolls, 20 Edw. II. 14d. 

, Free warren in, John de Norwich. Chart. Rolls, 31 Edw. III. 2. 

, Precipe on a covenant concern, land in, 1555. Add. Ch. 25284. 

MELLS v. sub Bradley, &c. 

MELLS MANOR. Account of, and extent. S.I. viii. 347, 362. List 

of Lords. Ib. 363. 

. Peter Melinge. I.P.M., 1 Edw. I. 34. 
, Defence of certain rights in Mells by Peter Lord of, 1287. S.I. 

viii. 373. 

. Water de Norwich. I.P.M., 3 Edw. III. 58. 
. Margaret wife of John de Norwico. Ib. 40 Edw. III. 20. 

John de Norwico. Ib. 48 Edw. III. 52. 
, Extent of, John Plays and others for 8 chaplains in Chantry of 

Raveningham. 76. 5 Rich. II. 88. 



122 Mells. 

, Extent of, 1483^ Stowe 934. 

. Sir Anthony Denny d. 5 Sept. 1549 and Henry son and heir. 

I.P.M. 4 Edw. VI. 105. 

MELLS MANOR v. sub Mettingham, &c., Mettingham College. 
HELLS CHAPEL. Paper on Chapel of S. Margaret. S.I. viii 

334. 
, Martin's description of, in 1760. Ib. 343. 

. Compared with the Ch. of Westhall. Ib. 344. 

, Hist. of. 76. 347, 350. 

. Rectors of Chapel. Ib. 363. 

, Extracts in the Wenhaston MS. from the Norwich ' Domesday ' 

regarding the Chapel, &c. Ib. 367. 
, Attempt of Robert de Melles, Rector to prove independence 

of, 1285. Ib. 371. 
, Action by Peter de Mells against Prior of Blythburgh regarding 

right of presentation to, 1287. Ib. 372. 
, Acknowledgment by Rector of, to Peter de Mells for share of 

tithe, 1291. Ib. 373. 

, Decision in a dispute between Rector of, and Vicar of Wen- 
haston, 1413. Ib. 374. 

. Visited by Suff. Inst., 1894. S.I. viii. 428. 

MELLS and WENHASTON. Decision by a Commission appointed by 

Pope Honarius in a dispute as to tithes between, 1217. S.I. viii. 366. 
MELLYNG v. Milden. 
MELOND. Land in, assigned on partition to David de Strabolgi E. of 

Athol and Joan his wife a co-heiress of Aymer de Valencia E. of 

Pembroke. Close Rolls, 19 Edw. II. 14. 
MELONES TENEMENT v. sub Acton. 
MELTON (Malton, Meltoune, Meltuna). 
, Notes on. Add. 5847 Gaol at. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ii. 28. 

E.A. (N.S.) i. 260. Buckle of Saxon work found at. A.J. ix. 116. 

Foster of. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ii. 206. Pedigree of Burwood 

family of. E.A. vi. 220. Phillips family of. Burke L.G. 1268. 

Pytches family of. Ib. 1313. Walford family of, Foxburrow. 

76. 1632. Visited by Suffolk Institute. (1898). S.I. x. 

49. 
. Lands of Earl Alan. 6 freemen held 43a. and 2a. meadow. 

Dom. 293. 
. Lands of Robert, Malet. 2 freemen held 64a. and a freeman la. 

which Humfrey now holds. Dom. 3186. 



Melton. 123 

. Lands of Roger de Poictou. R. son of Arnold holds over 7 

freemen with 60a. and a freeman held 26a. Dom. 3476. 

. Lands of St. Etheldreda. Belonging to the Bp. of Ely were 2 

carucates as a manor. 17a. meadow 1 mill, and to this manor belongs 
a hamlet at Bawdsey. And a socman had 32a. and 2a. meadow. 
And there was a freeman with 2a. Dom. 387, 388. 

. Lands of Oeoffrey de Magnavitte. 2 freemen held 4a. which 

W. son of Sahala now holds. Dom. 412. 

, Conff. in, by Bps. of Ely, to Ely Abbey [1109-31, 1133-69] 

(copies). Harl. 43 H. 4. (copies) H. 5. 

, Grant of " Terra Burel " nr. (?) t. Hen III. Add. Ch. 5490. 

, Ingusa daughter of Geoffrey Runyer, Haweis, Emma, Beatrix 



and Laderina her sisters, Peter de Heton and Alice his wife v. Emma 
daughter of Geoffrey Runyer of Burwemalton and Agnes, her sister, 
touch, a messuage and land, and a moiety of a messuage in. Pat. 
Rolls, 5 Edw. I. 12d. 

, Land in, Robert de Ufford. I.P.M., 26 Edw. I. 32. 

, Amyer son of Gilbert de Carleton of Neweburn, Godman 

Helyoun and John Hode of Sutton imprisoned at, for death of 
Tho. son of Alice de Wodeford. Close Rolls, 14 Edw. II. 1. 

, John Skilman of, mentioned. Ib. 2 Edw. III. 28d. 

, Free warren in, Eliza wife of Andr. Lutrell. Chart. Rolls, 47 
Edw. III. 11. 

, Licence for alienation in mortmain by Nicholas le Chaundeler 
and Thomas del Cros of, and Edmund de Hampton of Bredefeld 
of 2 acres in, to William Bond of Grymeston, parson of Melton for 
making a dwelling house for the habitation of the parsons of Melton. 
Pat. Rolls, 7 Rich. II. pt. ii. 25. 

, 2 acres of land. Nich. le Chaundeler de Melton and others for 
parson of Church of. I.P.M., 7 Rich. II. 128. 

. Gilbert Cancel of, mentioned. 10 Rich. II. pt. ii. 14. 

, Lands in, John Loudham. I.P.M., 2 Hen. VI. 24. 

, Messuage and lands in, John Wyng of Butley v. Rog^Maunyng 



feoffee. E.C.P., 16 Hen. VI. 9, 161. 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. John Palmer 
fol. 171. 1458-1477. Alice Baldwyn fol. 287. Richard Baldwin 
fol. 264. Richard Cooke fol. 193. Katherine Gyne fol. 106. 
John Goldsmith fol. 241. Richard Goodwin fol. 210. William 
Lusse fol. 47. 

, Feoffment in, 1485. Add. Ch. 10559. 



124 Mdton. 

. Muster. 36 names, 1539. S.P. 652, M. 21. 
, Action by George Goodyng against William Semycroft for per- 
formance of contract for sale by pltf. to defendant of lands in. C.P. 

i. 389. 
. Chancery suits : Francis Armiger v. Robt. Blackman. C.P., 

ser. ii. B. vi. 26. Anth. Rooe v. John Braye. 76. B. clvi. 47. 

Thos. Spycer v. John Paken, Joan his wife and another as to personal 

estate of Robt. Palmer. Ib. B. clxxiv. 88. 
, Letter of Wm. Dyer jailor of common jail to Bass. Gawdy. 

2 Jan. 1587-8. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 28. 
, Distribution of food to the prisoners in the gaol, 1588. Eger. 

2713. 

. Charity. 20 Jac. I. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 9, No. 1. 

, List and account of Quakers at, 1658. S.P., 148, 156. 

, Letter of John Smyth, Keeper of prison at, touch. Geo. Sheringe 

committed to, for non-payment of tithes, 1658. S.P. 159. 
, Hy. Stebbing, divine, baptised 1687 at. D.N.B., liv. 

123. 
, Jas. Lambert, Greek prof, at Camb. son of Thos. Lambert rector 

of, born 1741. D.N.B. xxxii. 10. 
, House of industry at, threatened to be destroyed, 1768. H.O.P. 

939. 

, Edwin Lankester, b. at, 1814. D.N.B. xxx. ii. 137. 
, School for the poor at, Established Church. Trust deed. 

1845, 23, 13. 
, Land, &c., at, for Primitive Methodists. Trust Deed. 1860, 

133, 1. 
. Chapel registered for marriages 1871. L.G. 1458. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1727. 
MELTON v. sub Alderton Manor, Bredfield, Boulge, &c., Bradfield, &c., 

Burel, Easton, Framlingham, Hartest, &c., Rendlesham, &c., 

Sogenho, &c. 
MELTON MANOR. Free warren. Ely Priory. Chart. Rolls, 36 Hen. 

III. 11. 
. Sir William Buttes and his wife to show title to, 10 Eliz. M. 

Hil. Rec. Rot. 35. 

MELTON MANOR v. sub Bromeswell, Lakenheath M., &c. 
MELTON CHURCH. Font in. Arch. x. 192, xliv. 223. Jet amulet 

found in churchyard. E.A. i. 114. Monuments in. Add. 19112. 

Sepulchral brasses (c. 1436). Add. 32490. Plate. S.I. ix. 301. 



Mendham. 125 



, Licence for John de Cokefeld to enclose his capital manse of, 

with an earth wall and stakes and to cranelate the same. Pat. 
Rolls, 22 Edw. I. 19. 

. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 5216. 

MELTON CHURCH v. sub Stoke by Ipswich Church, &c. 

MELTON and UFFORD. Estate, &c., mortgages on estates of Danl. 
Vickers and Martin Foulkes at Burwell and Exning, &c., John Carter 
and others v. John Hammond and others. 1757 at Wickham Market. 
Exch. dep. 

MELTON. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 

MELTTE v. Mellis. 

MEMORANDA ROLLS. Index to, temp. Eliz. Jac. I. Rawl. B. 
351. 

MENDHAM (Meneham, Menneham, Mondham, Mundham). 

, A particular of. Tanner xcviii. 146. Arms of Religious houses 

at. E.A. iv. 166. Deed relating to Marsh called Holm in. P.S.A., 
2nd ser. x. 102. Petition on behalf of Rich. Dawes of, clothier 
who had lost by a fire. Tanner xcviii. 145. Will of Robert Launce 
of. 8 Rep. Hist. Com. 334. Inventory of furniture, &c., at Mend- 
ham Hall (1548) with short hist, of, by Dawson Turner. Add. 
24124. S.I. ii. 242. 

. Lands held of the Earls of Oxford. Rawl. B. 

319. 

, Gift by Bp. Theodred of land at, c. 955 to Osgood Ms sister's 

son. S.I. vii. 218. 

. Land of Robert Malet. 1 socman held lOa. and Ja. meadow. 

Dom. 3106. 

, Land of Robert Motet's mother, a freeman held 1 carucate 

and 1 freeman under him held 3a. 5a. meadow. A church with 
8a. and the 8th part of another with 5a. A socman with 12a. which 
Humfrey holds. Dom. 3296. 

. Land of Roger de Poictou. Ulric the thane held in K.E.'s time 

as a manor carucate and 40a. lOa. meadow, 1 mill and 3 men with 
20a. and the fourth part of a church with lOa. Hereto belong 40a. 
and they lie in Weybread. 3a. meadow. 3 freemen with a 
carucate and 5a. meadow and 2 men with 3a. and a freeman 
with 15a. Dom. 349. 

. Land of Goodrich the Steward. A bordar with 4a. Dom. 

3556. 



126 Mendham. 



. Land of St. Edmund. Frodo holds of the Abbot what St. 

Edmund held as a manor 2 carucates and 19a. 18a. meadow 1 mill. 

And 6 socmen held half a carucate and 2a. meadow. And a freeman 

holds 3a. A church with 20a. Dom. 368. 

. Fee of Bp. of Thetford. Ulf the thane held in K.E.'s time a 

carucate late Ailmar and Arfast had it. 6a. meadow, and 1 mill. 

and 2 freemen had lla. The 8th part of a Church with 40a. Dom. 

3796. 
, Sir William de Huntingefeld held 1 fee in, of the Honor of 

Lancr. 1210-12. Red Book of the Exchequer 132 B. 148d. 
, Gilbert de Walsham held one fee of, of the Abbey of Bury in. 

T. de N. 291. 
, Grants, &c., in, t. Hen. III. Harl. 58 C. 29 : Campb. i. 13 : 

1408. Harl. ~54 I. 7 : 1430. Harl. 43 E. 19, 54 I. 10 : 1431. 

Harl. 50 H. 27, 28, 54 I. 15 : 1435. Add. Ch. 2016 : 1529. Add. 

Ch. 10399 : 1675. Add. Ch. 10462. 

, Fishery in. I.P.M., 35 Hen. III. 16&. 

, William de Huntingefeud held. H.R. ii. 186. 

, Hugh Hurre, &c., v. the prior of the Holy Trinity, Ipswich, &c., 

touch, land in. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. 11, 12d, 4d. 
, William de Medefeud v. Nicholas de Crokede and others, touch. 

a tenement in. Ib. 3 Edw. I. Id. 
, William Peyk v. William de Huntingfeld and others, touch, a 

tenement in. Ib. 4 Edw. I. 3d. 
, Prior of the Holy Trinity, Ipswich v. Hugh Hurre and others 

touch, a messuage in. Ib. 6 Edw. I. 23. 
, Oliver de Ingham v. Radulph Rastel, touch, a tenement in. 

Ib. 7 Edw. I. 4d. 
, Oliver de Ingham v. Henry de Wachinton and others, touch, a 

tenement in. Ib. 1 Edw. I. 4d. 
, Agnes late wife of William Dod v. Nicholas de Farham and John 

Sweyft, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 1 Edw. I. 2d. 
, Margery Payok v. Robert Copping and Agnes his wife, touch. 

land in. Ib. 8 Edw. I. 4d. 
, Roger Alwy v. John de Mendham and others, touch, a tenement 

in. Ib. 8 Edw. I. 18. 
, Robert de la Gate v. Prior of Mendham, touch, a messuage and 

land in. Ib. 9 Edw. I. 13. 

, .William son of William Prcle of, mentioned. Ib. 16 Edw. I. 



Mendham. 127 



, Land in, held by Roger Huntingf eld of Edmund E. of Lancaster. 

I.P.M., 25 Edw. I. 51. 
, Robt. Gale, Walter Cokerhose and Walter Puleyn of, mentioned. 

Pat. Rolls, 29 Edw. I. 28d. 
, Extent of Sibton Abbey lands at Fengesmille temp. Edw. II. 

Add. 34, 560. 
, Commission on complaint of John de Fressingfield that John de 

Medefeld and others felled his trees and did damage at. Pat. Rolls, 

2 Edw. II. pt. i. I8d. 

, Land and houses in, John de Mendham. I.P.M., 6 Edw. II. 24. 

, Benedict Payek of, acknowledges that he owes John de Sutton 

parson of Baketon Ch. 20 to be levied in default on his lands in Suff . 

Close Rolls, 16 Edw. II. 24d. 
, Order to discharge Walter de Norwico to whom Thos. E. of 

Lancaster demised lands of William de Huntyngfeld in, which were 

held of the Earl by knight service and in his custody by reason of 

minority of William's heir of the arrears of the farm. Ib. 2 Edw. III. 

37. 

, Tenement and land in, John de Schotesham pro Priore of Mend- 
ham. I.P.M., 3 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 110. 
, Free warren, Robert de Vere E. of Oxford. Chart. Rolls, 4 

Edw. III. 37. John Jermy. 17 Edw. III. 2. 
, 100 acres, &c., in, John Parson of Ch. of Shelton for Holy Trinity 

Priory, Ipswich. I.P.M., 24 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 26. 

, Land in, John de Veer E. of Oxford. 76. 34 Edw. III. 84. 

, Land in, Thomas de Veer E. of Oxford. Ib. 45 Edw. III. 

45. 
, 2 acres of land, and advowson of church of, called Shotford, Sir 

Milo de Stapulton for Mendham Priory. Ib. 8 Rich. II. 55. 
, John Austyn of, chaplain mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 9 Rich. II. 

pt. ii. 36. 
, Acquittance for farm of Walsham Hall manor in, 1391. Harl. 

67 C. 13. 

, Richard Fynche of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 2 Hen. VI. pt. i. 29. 

, Fees in, Thos. Beaufort, late Duke of Exeter. I.P.M., 5 Hen. 

VI. 56. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Thomas 

Doggett fol. 131. Robert Page fol. 32. 1458-1477. John Brabon 

fol. 198. Robt. Doggitt fol. 9. John Dawes fol. 43. John 

Florrene fol. 3. William Middleton fol. 3. 



128 Mendham. 

, Ceesarean operation. Account of, at, temp. Hen. VIII. Eger. 

2713. 

, Leases of Apleby and Scalbye rectories to Ric. Freston of 

1536-7. S.P. 1520 (p. 580). 
, Lease of Thorneholme priory to Ric. Freston of, 1536-7. S.P. 

1520 (p. 582). 
, Grant to Ric. Freston of, of lands in Lincolnshire, 1538. 

S.P. ii. 1182 (18a). 
, Particulars of farm in, for grant to John Eyre, 36 Hen. VIII. 

D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 207. 
, Henry Tylney the King's bailiff and feodary of Suff. and Norf. 

v. William Rochester. Trespass on the King's Turn. Duchy of 

Lancaster. Cal. of Pleadings. N.D. (Edw. VI.) 8. 
, Mydeltons Manor in, Elizabeth Reppes wife of Henry Reppes 

d. 21 May 1548 and Thomas Holland jun. brother and heir of the said 

Elizabeth. I.P.M., 3 Edw. VI. 92. 
, Inquis. p.m. of Thomas Wentworth of, 11 Eliz. D.K.R. 10 

App. ii. p. 132. 
, Bill to perform contract by William Cooke against Zachary 

Goure and others as to lands called Mendham Closes in, agreed to 

be sold by plaintiff to John Digginson. C.P. i. 176. 
, Claim as heir by William Hellose against Robert Smythe to 

lands in, late the estate of Wm. Hellose pltf's late father. C.P. i. 

396. 
. Chancery suits : Joan Hodcheson v. Brian Holland. 

C.P., ser. ii. B. Ixxix. 72. Rich. Whyttenham v. Robt. Greane. 

Ib. B. cxcvi. 41. 
, Note cone, a deed of Anthony Gawdy of, in 1565 by Le Neve. 

Eger. 2722. 
, Licence as remainderman under Will of Henry Reppes by 

John Reppes to Bassingbourn Gawdy to fell four good oaks growing 

at Middleton Hall in, which he held in right of his wife. 26 Nov. 

1577. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 6. Eger. 2713. 
, Agreement of Sir Bassingborne Gawdy respecting Middleton 

Hall in, 1577. Ib. 

1 Letters to Bass. Gawdy of, 1580-1. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt.iii. 15. 

. Agreement leaving to Bass. Gawdy Middleton Hall in, by John 

Reppes remainderman under his brother Henry Reppes's Will, 

20 June 1587. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 27. Letters of John 

Reppes of. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 



Mendham. 129 



, Acquittance for part of dower on marriage of William son of 
Richard Freston of, with Margaret Wentworth 1611. Tanner 
cccxiii. 21. 

, Letter of Ruth Gawdy of, to F. Gawdy, 1637. Eger. 2716. 

. Included in the Harleston County Court District 10 March 
1847. L.G. 990. 

. Chapel registered for marriages 1893. L.G. 5151. 

. School Board formed compulsorily 17 Nov. 1874. L.G. 5407 ; 



Withersdale made contributory 10 Sept. 1875. L.G. 445. 
. Bye-laws made set out 31 Oct. 1876. L.G. 5781, not set out, 

29 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5273. 

. Poor Law Acts. (P.O.) 47, 48 Viet. c. 46. 

MENDHAM v. sub Barningham, &c.,Clarbaulde Manor, Elmham (South), 

&c., Ilketshall Manor, Ipswich, &c., Weybread, &c., Whatfield, &c., 

Wingfield, &c. 
MENDHAM MANOR. Roger de Huntingfelde. I.P.M., 41 Hen. III. 

29. 
. Extent. Roger Huntyngfeld and Joyusa his wife. Ib. 31 

Edw. I. 31. 

. Extent. William de Huntyngfeld. Ib. 7 Edw. II. 47. 

, Order to free, formerly belonging to William de Huntyngfeld 

and taken into King's hands in hands of Hugh le Dispenser to whom 

manor had been granted. O., 7 Edw. II. 2. 

, Order to Escheator not to meddle with, as William de Huntyng- 
feld held of Thomas Earl of Lancaster by knight service and Roger 

his son 8 years old. Close Rolls, 8 Edw. II. 28. 

. Rog. de Huntingfield. I.P.M., 11 Edw. III. 47. 

, Licence for John Lynstede and others to alienate in mortmain, 

not held in chief, to the Priory of Mendham. Pat. Rolls, 5 Rich. II, 

pt. ii. 16. . ij 
. Called Walshamhalle. Eliz. wife of John de Veer. I.P.M. 

19 Rich. II. 47. 

. Albr. de Veer, Earl of Oxford. Ib. 1 Hen. IV. 52. 

. Forfeited by Earl of Oxford and granted to Duke of Glouc^ 

1462. R.P. vi. 228. 

. John E. of Oxford. I.P.M., 15 Edw. IV. 28. 

. (Mendham Hall Manor). Richard Smarte d. 25 Aug. 1559 1 

and William Smarte s. aged 30 years. I.P.M., 2 Eliz. pt. i. 147. 
. Jervys Wentworth v. Thos. Wentworth. C.P., ser. ii. B. 

cxci. 83. 

J 



1 30 MendJtam. 



, Letter of Thomas Freston to Sir Rich. Yonge cone, the rent 

of part of, 1632. Tanner cxv. 2. 

MENDHAM MANOR v. sub Aldham, &c., Cockfield Manor, &c., Freston 
(Thos.), Lavenham Manor, &c., Mendham, &c., Metfield, &c., 
Preston Manor, &c. 

MBNDHAM MANOR and CHUBCH. William de Huntyngfeld. I.P.M., 
50 Edw. III. 32. 

MENDHAM CHURCH. Gent. M. 1836, pt. ii. 601-604. Sketches with 
notes of windows in, by Kerrick. Add. 6755. Bequest of Henry 
Reppes to. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ii. 4. Monuments in. Add. 
19091, 19092. Brasses and inscriptions to Cecilia Freston (1615) 
the Freston family (1615-1634). Add. 32483, 32490. William 
Hobart (1642). Add. 32483. 

, Henry, vicar of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. III. pt. i. 38. 

, Licence for alienation in mortmain by Sir Miles de Stapelton 

of two acres in Mendham and the advowson of a portion or chapel 
of, called ' Shotford ' held of Q. Anne as of the honor 01 Eye to 
the Priory of Mendham. Ib. 8 Rich. II. pt. i. 6. 

, Order to the Churchwardens and overseers of, to provide for 

Geo. Doggett who is deaf, dumb and lame, 1623. Rawl. B. 1481. 

, John Stockdale vicar v. Robert Coleman. Tithe suit. 18 Geo. 

HI. D.K.R. 2. App. ii. p. 264. 

. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 5216. 

MENDHAM PRIORY. Gent. M. 1808 pt. ii. 969, 1836. pt. ii. 601- 
604. N. and Q., 6th ser. xi. 107. Seal of. B.A.A. xxi. 347. 
Chapel of. 6 Rep. Hist. Com. 2466. Ancient petition of. P.R.O., 
11894-125. Deeds relating to. P.S.A., 2nd ser. x. 101. Abstracts 
relating to. Bodl. 5071. Deed of William son of Roger de Hunting- 
field founding, and other documents. Harl. 970, 972. Notices 
concerning families of Huntingfelde and Hastings gathered from. 
Harl. 506. 

, Order to restore all lands, &c., to, said to be a cell of Castelacre. 

Close Rolls, 11 Edw. in. pt. ii. 39. 

, Roger de Huntingfeld and his ancestors were patrons of, which 

is a cell of the Priory of Castlelacre in Norwich Diocese, &c. I.Q.D. 
12 Edw. III. 30. 

, Ratification in favour of, it having acquired land in Mendham, 

of a charter of King Stephen granting .^it to William son of 
Roger and his heir. Pat. Rolls, 9 Rich. II. pt. i. 9. 



Mendham. 131 



, Prior of, mentioned. Ib, 3 Edw. IV. pt. i. 22. 

, Sale to King of rent of 50 reserved upon lands of late, granted 

by Duke of Suff. to Rich. Freeman in fee in 1536, 1538. S.P. i. 1329. 
, Edward Ward to shew title to, 8 Jac. I. M. Pas. Rec. Rot. 

198. 12 Jac. I. Hil. Rec. Rot. 281. 
MENDHAM PRIORY v. sub Metfield, &c. 
MENDHAM PRIORY, MANOR of, 43 Eliz. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. 

App. p. 66. 
MENDHAM PRIORY CHURCH. Procurations and synodals released 26 

Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

MENDHAM PRIORY CH. v. sub Huntingfield Manor, &o. 
MENDHAM PRIORY MANOR and KINGSHALL MANOR. Writ of Hen. 

VIII. to the sheriff of Suff. to the effect that sir Humphrey Wynge- 

felde and others have recovered the manors of Mendham and 

Kyngeshall &c., against the prior of Mendham, 18 Nov. 26 Hen. VIII. 

Bodl. Suff. Ch. 229. 
MENDHAM PRIORY, KINGSHALL MANOR, &c. Chancery suits : John 

Freston v. Thos. Wentworthe and another. C.P. ser. ii. B. Ixvi. 17. 

Ralph Hogeson and Jane his wife v. Brian Hollande. Ib. B. Ixxxii. 

17. 
. Nich. Wheatlie and Jane his wife v. Wm. Sparkes. Ib. B. 

clxxxviii. 18. 
, Thos. Wentworth v. Rich. Freston and another. Ib. B. cxciii. 13. 

, Order of 43 Eliz. in Exchequer relating to a rent out of. Exch. 

1st Rep. on Pub. Rec. (1800) p. 195. 
MENDHAM and other places. Thomas Delahay pltf. v. Rich. Howard 

Baxster and others. Riot and assault and infringement of Duch. of 

Lancaster Liberties. Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. of Pleadings 

Hen. VII. S.D. 3. 
MENDHAM and MEDFIELD. 1 fee in, Wm. Bardolf de Wrmyngeye. 

I.P.M., 13 Rich. II. 6. 
MENDHAM, METFIELD, HUNTCNGFIELD, WINGFIELD, ESHAM, FRESING- 

FIELD, NEDEHAM and SYLAM. Action by Rich. Freston and Wm. 

Freston and John Freston his son under settlement by John Freston 

dec. to lands in. C.P. i. 283. 
MENDHAM, METFIELD and NEDHAM. Confir. by Thomas Freston to 

Richard Freston of the tithes of, 3 Car. II. Bodl. Ch. 230. 

, Papers in case betw. Lady Eliz. Bacon wife of Sir Nich. Bacon 

and Anth. Freston, touch, a rent out of Manor of Witchington 

and for the glebes parsonages tithes, &c., of, 1670. Tan. xcviii. 105. 



132 Mend ham. 



MENDHAM, WEYBRED, WETHERESDALE, FRESYNGFIELD and METE- 
FELD. Agreement and acknowledgment by William Drolle and 
Alice his wife that lands in, belong to John Cobald, 20 Rich. II. A. 
3815. 

MENDHAM and WITHERSDALE (Wiresdale). Hugh Hurre and others 
v. Ranulph de Arderne, prior of church of Holy Trinity at Ipswich 
and Nicholas de Farnham, touch, possessions in. Pat. Rolls, & 
Edw. I. 13d. 

, Oliver de Ingham v. Ranulph de Ardern and others, touch, a 

tenement in. Ib. 4 Edw. I. lid. 

, Hugh Hurre, Roger le Man, Walter Dote, Alexander le Leche- 

and Humphrey le Noble v. the prior of Holy Trinity in Ipswich, 
and Ranulph de Ard . . . touch, a messuage and land in. 76. 
4 Edw. I. U. 

, Hugh Hurre, Reginald le Man, Walter Dale, Alexander le Leche 

and Humphrey le Noble v. Prior of the Holy Trinity of 
Ipswich and others, touch, land and pasture in. Ib. 5 Edw. L. 
20d. 

MENDHAM, WYTHERESDALE and WEYBREDE. Licence for alienation 
in mortmain by John de Shotesham of 40 acres of land and 2 acres 
of pasture in, of the yearly value of 11*. to the prior and convent 
of Mendham. Ib. 3 Edw. III. pt. ii. 6. 

MENDHAM. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 

MENDLESHAM (Medelicham, Meldesham, Melnesa, Melnessa, Mendeles- 
hain, Mendelsham, Mendelycham, Mendlysham, Mendyllysham). 

. 5 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. vi. xviii. 593. Arch. xvii. 210, xlv. 

174. Henry Bardwell, Barnaby Barker, Symond Egger, Charlea 
Seman and William Morwhyll of. 5 Rep. Hist. Com. 259, 594, 
596. Antiquities at. B.A.A. ***, 92, 93. Armour. Ib. Gold 
ring. Gent. M. 1784, pt. i. 975, 6. MSS. at. B.A.A. xxx. 192. 
Memorandum touching lands in, belonging to Sir Thomas Knivette. 
Harl. 2296. Knyvet Hall stood to east of the Ch. S.I. v. 261. 
Antiquities found at. S.I. v. 259. 

, Grants, &c., in [1171-2]. Harl. 49 C. 1 : Early 13 cent. Harl. 

50 G. 19: 1293. Add. Ch. 5930: 1356. Add. Ch. 10465: 
1396. Add. Ch. 10466 : 1418. Harl. 58 D. 12 : 1428. Add. 
Ch. 10467: 1442. Cott. xxix. 30 : 1552. Add. Ch. 10474: 
1592. Add. Ch. 25435 : 1593. Add. Ch. 25472: 1596. Add. 
Ch. 10477 : 1606. Add. Ch. 10479 : 1614. Add. Ch. 10481 : 
1677. Add. Ch. 10498. 



Mendlesham 133 



. Lands of E. Ralph in hand of the King. Burchard held 7 caru- 

cates and 42a. as a manor and 12a. meadow. There was a hamlet 

with 26a. A church with 40a. Dom. 2856. 
. Lands of Earl Ralph in the King's hand, A freeman held 3a. 

in, and he belongs to Thorney (Stowmarket). Dom. 285. 
, William de Warenna held 1 knight's fee in, which was William 

de Danmartin's. Red Book of the Exchequer, 1210-12. \ 
, Manasser de Danmartin held of the King in chief 1 fee in, 1210- 

12. Ib. 1326. 
, Hubert Cornu Bovis (Cordeboef) held his land in, by service of 

Arblaster. 1210-12. 76. 132 Bd. 
, Hubert Cordebof (Cornbebof) held a carucate under a gift of 

William I. of the value of Cs. T. de N. 296, 300. 
, Given by Hen. I. to Odo de Danmartin by service of a knight's 

fee, and by K. John, under same service to Robert de Burgh. 

T. deN.296. 
, Pardon to William Briwer (Brewer) for good and faithful 

service of 2 marks for 1 fee in. Close Rolls, 4 Hen. III. 13. 
, Seisin to be given to Galiene who was wife of Robert de Burgat 

of lands in. Ib. 10 Hen. in. 18. 

, Grant in (?), " in parochia S. Edalberti," 1235-6. Harl. 49 C. 2. 

, Nicholas de Wynton held tenements in. H.R. ii. 193. 

. Markets and fairs, Hugh son of Otto. Chart. Rolls, 9 Edw. I. 78. 

, Land in, Thomas Cordeboefe. I.P.M., 9 Edw. I. 12. 

. John Cordeboef. Ib. 28 Edw. I. 25. 

, Pardon to Roger son of Roger de Brakthwayt of, for death of 

Thomas son of William Gernoun. Pat. Rolls, 4 Edw. II. pt. ii. 15. 

, Simon Bushe of, mentioned. Ib. 8 Edw. II. pt. ii. 25. 

, Exemption for life for John de Wyncestre of, from being put 

on juries, assizes or recognitions, and from being sheriff, coroner, 

bailiff, &c. Ib. 11 Edw. II. pt. ii. 32. 
, 60 acres of land, 4 of pasture, 7 of wood and 30s. rent of free 

tenements in, Simon Bussh. I.P.M., 17 Edw. II. 11. 
, The King took homage of John son of Martin Bussh brother and 

heir of Simon Bussh, of, dec. of all lands which said Simon held. 

0., 17 Edw. II. 21. 
, Licence for alienation in mortmain by Otto de Butetourt of a 

messuage 30 acres and 30s. rent in, to a chaplain to celebrate in 

parish church for souls of John de Butetourt and Matilda his wife. 

Pat. Rolls, 4 Edw. III. pt. i. 4. I.P.M., 4 Edw. III. 93. 



134 Mendlesham. 



, Geoffrey son of William le Trottere of, mentioned. Ib. 9 Edw. 

III. pt. ii. lid. 

, The King took fealty of Rich, de Romshale (Remshale) who 

had married Matilda dau. of Rich. Busch dec. of 1 messuage 60 acres 
of land 10 of meadow and 10 of wood in, which they held in chief by 
service of 1 crossbowman for 40 days in King's wars in Wales and 
30s. 0., 10 Edw. III. 4. 

, Pardon to Rich, de Remshale husband of Matilda daur. and 

heir of Rich. Busch for acquiring certain tenements in. Ib. 22. 

, Land in. John Busche de Mendlesham. I.P.M., 10 Edw. III. 20. 

, Recital that Simon Busch and Rich. Busch lately acquired to 

them and the heirs of Rich, from John de Wynchestre and Margery 
Cordebeof a messuage 60 acres of land, 10 meadow and 10 wood in, 
held in chief and both they and John Busch to whom Simon after 
death of Rich, demised them for life entered and by the death of 
said John have now been taken into King's hands, John by a fine 
made by Richard de Remshales who had married Matilda daur. and 
heir of the said Richard Busch, trespass pardoned and granted that 
Richard and Matilda shall have the same premises to hold to them 
and the heirs of Matilda. Pat. Rolls, 10 Edw. III. pt. i. 37. 

, Order to escheator not to intermeddle with a messuage 120 acres 

of land 4 acr. of meadow, and 3 acr. of wood in, restoring the issues 
thereof to Matilda, late wife of John Busch of. Close Rolls, 10 
Edw. III. 39. 

, Nicholas del Lenge of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 14 Edw. Ill, 

pt. i. 29. 

, Grant by Will, the prior of M., to Robt. Dunken of land in. 

27 Edw. III. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 227. 

, 80 acres in, as of Castle of Norwich. John Busshe. I. P.M., 

38 Edw. III. 7. 

, Pardon to John Herlyng and others for acquiring in fee a messuage 

60 acres of land, 10 of meadow and 10 of wood in, from Robert de 
Bernham tenant in chief. Pat. Rolls, 5 Rich. II. pt. ii. 10. 

, tenement called Cordebef in, as of Norwich Castle. Robt. de 

Bernham. I. P.M., 6 Rich. II. 86. 

, Exemption for life of Robert Sengilton of, from juries, &c. 

Pat. Rolls, 13 Rich. II. pt. iii. 19. 

. 100 acres of land in. Robt. Wetheryngsete. I.P.M. 20 Ric. 

II. 113. 

, Richard Neel of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 2 Hen. IV. pt. iii. 12. 



Mendles ham. 135 



, Robert Gistas of, " yoman," mentioned. Ib. 7 Hen. VI. pt. i. 21. 

, Release of Wynchestrys Manor in, 1456. Add. Ch. 10469. 
, Licence for Thos. Brewys and others, to grant a messuage, 

30 acres of land, 5 of meadow, and 5 of wood in, held in chief, with 

the exception of one acre of land to Wm. Brewys and others in fee. 

Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. IV. pt. ii. 13. 

, Pardon of outlawry to John Rotell of. Ib. 7 Edw. IV. pt. i. 23. 

, Manor of Walhames in. John Crane d. 16 Aug. 1504, and Robert, 

son and heir. I.P.M. 20 Hen. VII. 
. Court of Wards and Liveries. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. 63. 

Forcible entry and seizure of cattle at. Robert Sheppard v. 

Sir Edmund Knevet and William Dunkyn. Star C.P., Hen. VIII. 
Bundle 29, 9, 46. 

Lease by the prior and convent of Mendham to Robt. Flower of 

close called Denford, 2 Hen. VIII. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 228. 

Pardon for Wm. Singelston for entries on moiety of a messuage 

called ' Crosbowes ' and 30 acres of land 5 of meadow and 5 of wood 
in, lately belonging to Edm. Singelston. S.P. 4 Hen. VIII. 3562. 

, Grant of lands, &c., in, to Thos. Card, of York in King's hands, 

1528. S.P., Hen. VIII. 4424. 

, Duke of Norf. sends his servant Banyard to, with serj. at arms 

to execute his orders, 1537. S.P.i. 216. 

, William Doncon and others, Inhabitants of, claiming by Letters 

Pat. Edw. III. to John Duke of Lancaster v. John Gislingham and 
Richard Fuller toll gatherers at a fair at Thrandeston as to 
exemption from tolls. Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. of Pleadings. 
11 Eliz. 6. 

, Claim by Jeremy Dunckon against John Wingfield and Bale 

his wife to lands in, late estate of John Dunckon pltffs father and 
by his will devised to several uses. C.P. i. 257. 

, Claim by descent of Bridget wife of Henry Edgar and Alice 

wife of Thomas Keble daurs. and heirs of Myles Docker against 
Anthony Gawdy to the Manor or capital messuage called Buces, 
and lands in. C.P. i. 281. 

, Claim by William Randall and Margery his wife by descent to 

freehold lands in, and copyholds of manor of, late estate of Robert 
Aldehowse on whose death former descended to Thomas Aldehowse 
his eldest son and latter by custom to Robert his youngest son 
father of pltf. Margery who also claims freehold as heir to said 
Thomas. C.P. ii. 379. 



136 Mendlesham. 



. Chancery suits : Geo. Creme v. Rich. Goodwyn. C.P., ser. 

ii. B. xxxii. 90. Robt. Crane and others v. Sir Thomas Knyvet. 

Ib. B. xxxix. 6, B. xlvii. 23. Geo. Downing v. Thos. Aldowes. fb. 

B. li. 89. Wm. Dunkon v. Wm. Buller. 76. B. liv. 37. Rich. 

Goodwine v. Margaret Goodwyn wid. 76. B. Ixxiv. 52. Rich. 

Garners v. Wm. Dunkon touching Winchesters Manor in. Ib. B. 

Ixx. vii. 15. 
, Letter of George Reve to Isaac Appleton claiming lands in as 

heir to his grandfather, Robt. Crane, 1655. Tanner Ixix. 

33. 
, Grant of messuages and lands in, to Leonard Cely, 14 Car. II. 

5 Pars O. Rot. 17. 
. Transferred to the Stowmarket County Court District, 1851. 

L.G. 1663, 1767. 
, A piece of land, chapel, &c., at, for Independents. Trust Deed. 

1853, 39, 9. 

, Particular Baptist Chapel, &c., at. Trust Deed. 1862, 118, 7. 

, School at. Trust Deed. 1863, 26, 8. 

. Included in Hartismere Highway District 1863. L.G. 231. 

, Land at West Row in, for Particular Baptist Minister. Trust 

Deed. 1864, 134, 5. 

. Chapel registered for marriages 1866. L.G. 837. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 1881. L.G. 1702. 

MENDLESHAM v. sub Athelington, &c., Brockford, &c., Buxhall, Cotton 

Manor, Greeting, &c., Hemingstone, &c., Palgrave, &c., Stonham, &c. 
MENDLESHAM MANOR. Account and descent of. S.I. v. 260, 261. 
, Thomas Goodwin of Little Stoneham wid. of. 5 Rep. Hist. 

Com. 595. Customs of. Ib. Rolls, of. Ib. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. p. 

86. Manor house of. 5 Rep. Hist. Com. 595. Proceedings in 

Court of. Ib. 596. 
, Hen. I. gave to Manser de Daunmartyn, t. John daur. named 

Galyena being under age King gave custody and marriage to William 

de Bruera who married her to his brother John who died without 

heirs Galyena was married to Robert de Burgate who dying 

without heirs she married Ernald de Maundevill and the manor 

was given to a son Hugh who sold to Nicholas de Leukenore at 

whose death it came to Patrick de Cadurcis. H.R. ii. 193. 
, Settlement of action as to, between Thomas deLewkenor and 

Roger de Lewkenor. Abbr. of PL, 5 Edw. I. 4. 
. Extent. Hugo son of Otto. I.P.M., 11 Edw. I. 20. 



Mendlesham. 137 



, Release of, by Sir Peter de Burgate to lord John de Bottecurte 

and Matilda his wife. Abbr. of PL, 8 Edw. II. Mich. 48. 

. John Botetourt and Matilda his wife. I.P.M., 18 Edw. II. 56. 

, Order not to intermeddle further with, and restore to Matilda 

late wife of John Botetcourt as they were jointly enfeoffed by Hugh 
Pirpount. Close Rolls, 18 Edw. II. 20. 

. Otto Buttetourt and Sibyl his wife. I.P.M., 19 Edw. III. 9. 

, Grant of life rent from, 1355. Harl. 47 F. 15. 

. Worth 201. held of the King as of Duchy of Lancaster by fealty 

and Id. rent. Rich. Bienamour gave to John Knyvet and Alice 
his wife who survived, with rem. to his heirs. He d. 5 Hen. VII. 
when the reversion descended to Sir William Knyvet aged 50 as son 
and heir. Inquis. 5 Hen. VII. 624. 

, Two tenements and lands in, Robert Sheppard v. William 

Duncon. Star C.P., Hen. VIII. Bundle 26, 349. 

, (Manor of Wincester in) Robert Garneys d. 14 May 1515 and 

John Garneys son and heir. I.P.M., 7 Hen. VIII. 114. 

. Extracts from Court rolls, 1530-31. Add. Ch. 10473 : 1539. 

Add. Ch. 10471: 1548. Add. Ch. 19371, 19404 : 1629. Add. 
Ch. 10487. 

. Court Roll, 15 Eliz. exhibited. S.I. ii. 209. 

. Chancery suits : Rich. Garnyshe v. Sir Thos. Knyvett and 

another touch, copyhold of. C.P., ser. ii. B. Ixxvii. 19. Wm. Hunte 
v. Sir Thos. Knevett touching copyhold of. Ib. B. xcvi. 43. Stephen 
Keble v. Henry Blage and others touch, parcel of. Ib. B. cv. 9. 

MENDLESHAM MANOR v. sub Brockford Manor. 

MENDLESHAM MANOR and BURY ST. EDMUNDS. William Whytinge 
and others v. John Skott as to exemption from tolls, &c. Duchy 
of Lancaster. Cal. to Pleadings, 20 Eliz. 8. 

MENDLESHAM CHURCH. Vicarage of. 9 Rep. Hist. Com. 259. 
Registers of. 5 Rep. 593, 594. Tiles in. B.A.A. xxxi. 97. 
Chest in. Ib. xxx. 92. Letter from Mr. Watling as to. Ib. 92, 
93. On relics and destruction going on. Ib. 93. Despoiled of 
armour. Ib. 74, 75. Plate. S.I. viii. 315. Monuments in. Add. 
19089, 19090. Brasses and Inscriptions in. N. and Q., 2nd ser. 
ii. 425. of John Knyvet (1417). of Barnabas Barker (1617). of 
John Barker (1630). Add. 32483, 32490. of one of the Ryvett 
family. B.A.A. xxx. 92. Vicar brought home wife and children 
to abomination of lay people, reported by Thos. Tyrell Cotton 
clerk. E. iv. 81. Visited by Suffolk Institute (1874). S.I. v. 259. 



138 Mendlesham. 



, Assignment of, to Dean and Chapter of Chichester accordg. 

to ordinance of Walter late Bp. of Norwich, 1268. D.K.R. 5. 

App. ii. 66. 
, Protection for one year to Adam de Tyrington vicar of. Pat. 

Rolls, 4 Edw. II. pt. i. 18. 
Licence for alienation in mortmain by John Boteturte of lands 

and rents to value of 100*. in, to a chaplain to celebrate in. Ib. 

4 Edw. II. pt. ii. 17. 

. Thomas Leche appointed Vicar. Ib. 4 Hen. VI. pt. i. 10. 

. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 1879. L.G. 

5216. 

. Burials 1882. L.G. 943. 
MENDLESHAM and BOTESDALE, Registrars' Sub- District in Hartis- 

mere District. Eye Sub-district merged into, 1881. L.G. 4399. 
MENDLESHAM, BKOCFORD and WETHERINGSET. John Cardebof held 

land in. T. de N. 283. 
MENDLESHAM, STONHAM PARVA and WETHERINQSETT. Wynchester's 

Manor, with lands, &c., in, Clarice Sexteyn of Stoke by Ipswich v. 

Ric. Poley. E.C.P., 8 Hen. IV. 35 Hen. VI. 17, 342. 
MENNESMER al. Mensemara v. Minsmere. 
MENYOTY'S MANOR v. sub Ipswich. 

MERCHANT, MERCATOR, MERES, and MEREST. Pedigrees. Add. 19141? 
MERIELL MANOR. Rog. Swillyngton. I.P.M., 5 Hen. V. 46. 

. Extent. Joan, wife of Rog. Swillyngton. Ib. 6 Hen. VI. 52. 

. Extent. Margt. wife of Sir John Gra daur. and heiress of 

Rog. Swillington. Ib. 8 Hen. VI. 40. 
MERILL and MERKE. Pedigrees. Add. 19141. 
MERKFIELD (? Mickfield). Will of John Orlowe of, proved at Ipswich 

1458-1477 fol. 164. 

MERKIS MANOR in Raydon Hall v. sub Waldingfield. 
MERLEFORD al. Merlesforda al. Merlingeford v. Marlesford. 
MERLESHAM al. Mertlesham v. Martlesham. 
MERRY of Herringfleet. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 
MERSEY or Marsey family. Genealogical notes. Rawl. B. 319. 
MERSHALL v. sub Westhorpe Manor. 
MERTLEGA v. Martley. 
MERTON v. sub Ames born, &c. 
MERTON (John de) Bursar of Sibton accompts, 36-46 Edw. III. [1367- 

1372]. Add. 34560. 
METCALFE. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 



Melfield. 139 

METFIELD (Medefeld, Metefeld). 

, Christmas Lane near. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ii. 18. 

. Bounds of certain lands called Tyckland Chapmans. Tanner 

xcviii. 141. 
. Fee farm rent of an estate at, bought by Archbp. Sancroft. 

Tanner xxxv. 188. 
, William Randolf of, acknowledges that he owes Thomas Ran- 

dolf of, 40 to be levied in default on his lands in Suffolk. Close 

Rolls, 18 Edw. II. 26d. 
, Thomas Randoulf of, acknowledges that he owes Augustine le 

Waleys 14 to be levied in default on his lands in Suffolk. Ib. Id., 

3 Edw. III. IQd. 

, Free warren in, John Jermy. Chart. Rolls, 17 Edw. III. 2. 

, Fees in, Thos. Beaufort, Duke of Exeter. I.P.M., 5 Hen. VI. 56. 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. John White 

fol. 141. 1458-1457. John Alepott fol. 1. Robert Bradmen 

fol. 269. 
, Licence to Robt. Downes to alienate lands in. S.P., 22 Hen. 

VIII. 220 (3). 
. Letter of Justices to Q. Eliz. as to repair of Christmas Lane 

168*. Tanner ccxli. 12. 
, Letter from Sir Tho. Bromley to Justices on same subject, 1582. 

Tanner ccxli. 13. 
, Royal Commission for repair of Christmas Lane near, 1582 

Eger. 2713. 
, Land in, parcel of possessions of monastery of Bury St. Edmunds, 

27 Eliz. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R, 38. App. p. 34. t. Jac. I. 

Ib. b. 108. 
, Letter from Lord of Council to justices as to repair of Christmas 

Lane, 1589. Tanner ccxli. 37. 
, Precipe on covenant cone* land in, 1593. Add. Ch. 

25473. 
. Chancery suits : Thos. Norton v. Anne Norton wid. C.P., 

set. ii. B. cxxi. 37. Henry Spynke v. Robt. Chelstone. Ib. B. 

clxvi. 44. 

. Almshouse. 12 Jac. I. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 6, No. 4. 

, Warrant to bring up Rich. Ward of, a defaulter at musters, 

1638-9. S.P. 309. convented. 76. 375. 
. Included in the Harleston County Court District. 10 March 

1847. L.G. 990. 



HO Metfifld. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1704. 

. Poor Law Acts. (P.O.) 47, 48 Viet. c. 46. 

METFIELD v. sub Mendham, &c. 

METFIELD MANOK. Grant of annuity from, 1605. Add. Ch. 10458. 

METFIELD MANOR v. sub Bungay Priory. 

METFIELD and GOSBAK MANORS, and advowson of Gosbach worth 
26 marks held of Elizabeth Duchess of Norf. John Jenny inherited 
from John Jenny his father and d. leaving John Jenny aged 40 
son and heir. Inquis. 3 Hen. VII. 330. 

METFIELD CHURCH. Extract from Register of. E.A. vi. 95. Monu- 
ments in. Add. 19091, 19092. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 265. 

, Question about tithes at, 1673. Tanner cclxxx. vi. 75. 

, Mismanagement of the revenues of the Church at, 1683. Tanner 

cxxxviii. 75. 

METFIELD JERMY, WEYBREAD, WALSHAM HALL, MENDHAM PRIORY, 
and MENDHAM MANOR. Mark Oglethorpe v. John Freston touch, 
copyholds of. C.P. ser. ii. B. cxxxv. 15. 

METFIELD and NEEDHAM and MENDHAM, MANOR of DERSONS, MEND- 
HAM PRIORY. Churches of Gt. and Little Linstead, lands in. Value 
tithes, &c. Robert Green v. Sir Thos. Gawdy knt. and others. 
10 Chas. I. at Metfield. Exch. dep. 

METFIELD. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 

METHOLD orMETHWOLD family. E.A. Iv. 84. S.I. x. 142. Pedigree. 
19141. Arms. Add. 5524. Harl. 1449. Arms of Thomas 
Methold in his house. Lansd. 260, 111. Inquis. p.m. of Richard 
Methewold. 1-2 Hen. VII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 120, 3-4 
Hen. VIII. Ib. p. 122. Inquis. p.m. of William Metwold, 30-31 
Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 126. 

METKES MANOR v. sub Reydon. 

METLELS v. Mellis. 

METTINGHAM (Methingham, Metingaham, Metingham, Metyngham, 
Motyngham). 

, Bronze and stone celts found in. P.S.A., 2nd ser. i. 94. View 

of Mettingham House in (1766). Add. 5486. Letter of Simon 
Toppesfeld of Mettingham Hall, to Bass. Gawdy 21 April 1585. 
10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 23. 

. Land of Earl Hugh. A freeman Aluric held 60a. as a manor 

and 3a. meadow, and under him 8 freemen held 20a. A church 
with 20a. Warin now holds. Dom. 3006, 301. 



Mettingham. 141 



, Charter of Grant by Hugh Bigot E. of Norfolk of all the land in, 

to John the son of Augustin of Framlingham for ever at a rental 

of 8*. 4d. 12th Cent. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. v. 458. 
, Conf. of lease, &c., of ' Benedicite ' meadow in, t. Hen. III. 

or Edw. I. Harl. 45 G. 63, 47 F. 3 (do) 56 B. 18 (do). 
, Roger le Blake v. Alice late wife of Roger le Pelerin, &c., touch. 

a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. 5d. 

, Free warren in, John de Norwico. Chart. Rolls, 31 Edw. III. 2. 

, Land in, John de Norwico. I.P.M., 36 Edw. III. 9, 

pt. ii. 6. 
, 3 carucates in, Margaret wife of John de Norwico. Ib. 40 

Edw. III. 20. 
, Settlement, &c., of lands in, 1403. Cott. xxvii. 162 : 1593. 

Add. Ch. 25474 : 1619. Add. Ch. 10581. 

, Acquittance for homage in, 1404. Harl. 54 (do). 

, John Wilbeye Master of the Chantry of, mentioned, 4 Hen. V. 

Stowe Ch. 212. 
, Part of a fee in, Thos. Beaufort, Duke of Exeter. I.P.M., 5 

Hen. VI. 56. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Thomas 

Thebenham fol. 130. John Thorrington fol. 131. 1458-1477. 

Peter Cosseler fol. 276. Robert Crossler fol. 40. Robert Knight 

fol. 259. 

. Court of Wards and Liveries. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. p. 66. 

, Illegal distress at, Coseler v. Wharton. Star C.P., Hen. VIII. 

vol. 5, 161. 

, Bailiffs of, S.P., 22 Hen. VIII. 165. 
, Inquis. p.m. of John Morieff of, 31 and 32 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. 

App. ii. p. 127. 
, Letter of Simon Toppesfield of Mettinghaler Hall in, to B. Gawdy, 

1585. Eg. 2713. 
. Included in the Bungay United School District 26 March 1875. 

L.G. 1832. 
, Sale by Court of Chancery of a freehold house known as Pines 

in. (Bedingfeld v, Nevill.) L.G. 1896, 1153. 
METTINGHAM v. sub Bungay, &c., Bungay Trinity, &c., Ilketshall 

Manor, Ilketshall, &c., Shipmeadow, &c. 
METTINGHAM MANOK. Licence for John de Norwico to crenellate 

the dwelling house of his. Pat. Rolls, 17 Edw. III. pt. ii. 34. 
, Extent of, 1485. Stowe 934. 



142 Mettingham. 

. Sir Anthony Denny d. 5 Sept. 1549 and Henry son and heir. 

I.P.M., 4 Edw. VI. 105. 
. Survey made by John Hille for Sir Nich. Bacon, 1562. Add. 

14850. 

METTINGHAM MANOR v. sub Bungay Priory, Mettingham College. 
METTINGHAM CASTLE. Paper on. S.I. iv. 77. Drawings of. Add. 

6753. Chantry in. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 459. Pardon to 

John Wilbey of, as to chantry in. Ib. 460. Visited by Suffolk 

Institute. S.I. iii. 415. 

. John de Norwico. I.P.M., 48 Edw. III. 52. 

, Lease of. 1381. Harl. 57 C. 41. 

, Grant of, and all possessions granted to the chantry of Metyng- 

ham to the Church being built in the rectory of Norton Soupecors. 

Pat. Rolls, 11 Rich. II. pt. i. 25. 
, Master of, mentioned, as having purchased lands in Suff. 1535. 

S.P. 1084. 
METTINGHAM CASTLE and MANOR. Extent. John Plays and others 

for 8 chaplains in Chantry of Ravenyngham. I. P.M., 5 Ric. II. 88. 
METTINGHAM COLLEGE. S.I. iv. 77. Arms of. E.A. iv. 167. MS. 

relating to. 8 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 27. Seal of. A.J. vi. 68. 

S.L i. 53. iv. 89. Accounts and receipts of. A. J. vi. 62. 10 Rep. 

Hist. Com. pt. v. 459, 460. Register of (16th Cent.). Stowe 934. 

College Chapel. S.I. iv. 87. 
, Deeds relating to, 12th Cent. 1621. Add. Ch. 37399-37459. 

Register of t. Edw. III. Edw. IV. 8 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. L 27. 
, Licence to Executors of Sir John Norwich to transfer College 

from Norton Subcourse to Mettingham, 6 Rich. IL S.I. iv. 83. 
, Accompts of, 1402-1516. Add. 33985-33990. 10 Rep. Hist. 

Com. pt. v. 459. S.I. iv. 85. 
Genl. pardon under Seal to Master and brethren, 10 July, 24 

Hen. IV. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. v. 460. 
, Ditto to John Wilbeye master of Chantry of, and brethren, 1 

Feb., 24 Hen. IV. Ib. 

, John Wilberge Master of, 1416. Stowe Ch. 212. 

, General pardon to Richard Braunche, 2 Oct., 1 Hen. VI. 10 

Rep. Hist. Com. pt. v. 460. 

1 Richard Shelton master of, in 1530 and 1532. Ib. 459. 

, Accounts of Rich. Shelton, master of. S.P., 22 Hen. VEIL 165. 

. Acknowledgment of Royal Supremacy 1534. D.K.R. 7. 

App. ii. p. 294. 



Mettingham. 143 



, Indenture by which Thomas bp. of Ipswich who had been 

elected warden and master of, Duke of Suff. being patron by right 
of Katharine his wife, by a title to a certain manor in Warw. to be 
void if College dissolved, 1539. S.P. 442. 

, Thomas Manning late Prior of Butley Suffragan Bp. of Ipswich 

confirmed Master of, 12 Nov. 1539. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 459. 

. Copy of Deed of surrender, 8 Apl. 33 Hen. VIII. 10 Rep. Hist. 

Com. pt. iv. 460. 

, Surrender of, with manors of Metyngham, Bromefelde and 

Mellys, and all other possessions of the chantry in Suff., &c., 1542. 
S.P. 243. S.I. iv. 83. 

, Grant to Ant. Denny, of site, church, &c., of late, al. St. Mary 

Mettingham ; Manors of Mettingham, Bromefeld and Mellis ; and 
all other possessions of, which came to King by grant of Thos. Bp. 
of Ipswich late master, 1542. S.P. 283 (43). S.I. iv. 83. 

METTINGHAM CHURCH. Notes on. Add. 5829. Round tower of. 
E.A. i. 166. Specimens of Norman architecture in. Arch. xii. 171. 
Chimney in porch of. Arch. xxii. 13. Drawing of. Add. 6753. 
Cross in. E.A. (N.S.) i. 11. Registers (begin 1653). N. and Q., 
7th ser. x. 422. Monuments in. Add. 19111, 19112. Plate. S.I. 
viii. 328. Expenses of painting roof. A.J. xlvii. 73. 

. Vicarius. Henricus t. Edw. I. Harl. 83 D. 45. 

, Simon parson of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 31 Edw. I. 24d. 

, Vicar of. S.P., 22 Hen. VIII. 165. 

, Lease for 21 years of rectory of, to Gabriel Hippisley, 1634. 

Chancery. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 503. 

. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 5216. 

METTINGHAM CHURCH v. sub Bungay Priory. 

METTINGHAM and ILKETSHALL. Land in, Walter de Norwich. I.P.M., 
3 Edw. III. 58. 

METTINGHAM and ILKETELSHALL, &c. Licence for John Plays and 
others to transfer a chantry to Metyngham Castle and to alienate 
in mortmain for same the said Castle and 60 acres of land 18 of 
meadow and 2 of pasture 4. 10. rent in, the manor of I. 22 acres of 
meadow in Barsham, a messuage 160 acres of land 6 of meadow 
12 of pasture and 4 of wood and 20s. rent in Shipmeadowe, Beccles, 
Barsham, Ilketelshale and Metyngham 3 parts of the Manor of 
Bromfeld, the manor of Mellys a messuage and 40 acres of land and 
2 of meadow and a mill in Wenhaston. Pat. Rolls, 6 Rich. II. pt. i. 36. 



144 Metlingham. 



METTINGHAM family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii, 182. Pedigree, 

Add. 19141. 
METWOLD v. Methold. 
MEULTNGGES v. Melles. 
MEVERELLS MANOR v. sub Yoxford, &c. 
MEYDINTON v. Middleton. 
MEYER, MEYERS, MEYNELL and MICHELL al. Mitchill. Pedigrees. 

Add. 19141. 
MICKFIELD (Mekefield, Mekilfeld, Mekylfeld, Michelfed, Mickefeld, 

Mickefeild, Mickfild, Miclefeld, Mikelefeld, Mikelfelde, Mikelfield, 

Mulcelfel, Mulcelfelda). 9th Rep. Hist. Com. 2476. 
. Land of St. Edmund. St. Edmund held in K.E.'s time 60a. 

as a manor. 3a. meadow. And Ailric a freeman held 60a. 2a. 

meadow. A church with 8a. This land the Abbot holds because 

this Ailric took a wife in K.E.'s time who held this land freelyin 

the King's soc. Berenger holds of the Abbot. Dom. 3606. 
. Land of Eanulph Peverdl. Ralph de Savigni holds 12a. and 

half a Church and 2|a. meadow. Dom. 417. 
, Hamo de Falsham held half a knight's fee of the Abbey of Bury 

in. T. de N. 291. 
, Richard Beatrix v. Joyce le Clerc of Debenham, touch, land in. 

Pat, Rolls, 3 Edw. I. 2ld. 4 Edw. I. 32rf. 
, Warin Whitlok v. Nicholas de Falsham and others, touch, a 

tenement in. Ib. 6 Edw. I. 10. 
, Mabel de Mikelfeld, Alice, Galiena, Eustathia and Basil, her 

sisters v. Robert de Stanham and others, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 

7 Edw. I. 12. 
, Land in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. I. P.M. 

35 Edw. I. 46. 

, Letters to bail Matilda late wife of Augustine de Knevit in 

Ipswich prison for death of Petronilla daughter of Alice de Noreyse 

of. Close Rolls, 3 Edw. II. 25. 
, Free warren in, John Aspale. Chart. Rolls, 11 Edw. III. 4, 

22 Edw. III. 14. 
, Roger Bacoun of, mentd. Pat, Rolls, 19 Edw. III. 

pt. ii. Id. 
, Land in, Maria wife of Thomas de Brotherton E. of Norf. I. P.M., 

36 Edw. HI. pt. ii. 9. 

, Lands, &c., in, Ralph Gryssent v. John Elsy and John Roe, 

feoffees. E.C.P., 8 Hen. IV. 35 Hen. VI. 17, 134. ' 



Mickfield. 145 

, Grant by Rich. Wodeward to Gilbert Ffeldgatte and others 

of the site of a tenement called ' Olyves ' in, 22 Hen. VI. Bodl. 

Suff. Ch. 639. 
, Will of William Stannard of, proved at Ipswich 1548-1477, 

fol. 105. 
, Grant by Robt. Harpeley to John Northhawe of lands in, 

37 Hen. VI. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 640. 
, Pardon of outlawry to Wm. Caumpe of, al. of Stonham by Asplea. 

Pat. Rolls, 49 Hen. VI. 22 ; Ib. 12 Edw. IV. pt. i. 23. 
, Mandate to all bailiffs and others to permit Thos. Michelson of 

Scotland, dwelling at, who has taken an oath of fealty, to inhabit 

the realm peaceably and enjoy his goods. Ib. 1 Edw. IV. pt. iii. 5. 
Lease for 20 years by Edw. and John Crane to Jone Benight 

and her eldest son Will, of land in, 26 Hen. VIII. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 

641. 
, Nicholas Garnish of, recusant, 1652. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 

2947. 
. Transferred to the Stowmarket County Court District 27 

June and 8 July 1851. L.G. 1663, 1767. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1690. 

MICKFIELD v. sub Greeting, &c., Market Weston, &c. 

MICKFIELD MANOR. Exemption of, from ecclesiastical taxation, 1372. 

Harl. Roll. A.A. 22. 

, Conf. of grant of, 1439. Cott. iv. 34. 

. William Hare d. 17 Nov. 1539 and Etheldreda Hibberd sister 

and heir of Thomas Hare daughter and heir of the said William 

heir. I.P.M., 33 Hen. VIII. 134. 
. Sir Anthony Hopton d. 15 Aug. 1555. Ib. 2 and 3 Ph. and M. 

62. 
. Sir Richard Hare d. 31 Oct. 1557 and Margaret daur. and 

heir aged 28. Ib. 4 and 5 P. and M. 31. 
MICKFIELD CHURCH. Epitaphs in. Add. 21032. Monuments in. 

Add. 19084, 19085. Brasses and Inscriptions of Francis Dade 

(1615) of Peter Preston (1617) (1632) of Bridget Meen (1761). 

Add. 32483, 32490. Plate. S.I. ix. 159. Visited by Suffolk 

Institute (1871). S.L v. 116. 
, Finding in an action by Roger de Ho against Bartholomew son 

of Roger that William de Ho father of sd. Roger made last presenta- 
tion to. Abbr. of PI., 15 John Trin. 2. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 264, 285. 

X 



146 Mickfield. 

, Rectory, and manor of Stoneham Aspall. Tithes. Saml. 

Green v. John Garnish and others. 14 Chas. II. at Thetford. Exch. 

dep. 
. Samuel Green v. Thos. Moyse and others, 1662 at Bottesdale. 

Exch. dep. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 5216. 
MICKFIELD and BROCKFORD. Bill by William Hawys against Robert 

Shepparde to protect title by lease of land in, demised by pltf. to 

deft. C.P. ii. 81. 

MICKLEFEILD or Mekilfeild. Pedigree. Add. 19141. 
MICKLEQATE (?) (Mycelegata) in Colneis Hund. Land of Robert Malet. 

A freeman Levestan held 4a. Dom. 3146. 
. Land of Roger Bigot. 4 freemen in K.E.'s time with 12a. and 

4a. and 1 virgate meadow and Wihtmar holds over them. Dom. 

342. 

MICKLELHWAIT. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 
MIDDLETON (Medilton, Mediton, Meydinton, Middeltuna, Middilton, 

Midelton, Mideltuna). 
. Lands of Earl Hugh. Monulf in K.E.'s time held and now 

R. Bigot holds under Earl Hugh. 80a. as a manor, 2a. meadow 

and 6 freemen have 50a. la. meadow. Dom. 2996. 
. Lands of Robert Malet. 2 freemen held 80a, now Gilbert the 

Blond holds of R. Malet. 2a. meadow. Dom. 312. 
. Land of Roger Bigot. Leuric the deacon and half freeman 

held 3a. and Alveva a freewoman held 16a. Dom. 335. 
. Lands of William de Varennes. Ranulf the nephew held what 

Aluric a freeman held as a manor and now W. de Varennes holds in 

demesne 2 carucates. 6a. meadow. 1 church with 15a. And to 

this manor has been added 5 freemen and half a priest with 55^ a. 

and 2a. meadow. Dom. 400. 

. Lands of Earl Alan. A freeman holds 12a. Dom. 2926. 

, Grant, &c., in, late Hen. III. Add. Ch. 7262 : 1321. Add. 

Ch. 10366 (do). 
, Free warren in, Rich, le Scott of Dunwich. Chart. Rolls, 49 

Hen. III. 6. 

, Land in, William de Criketott. I.P.M., 53 Hen. III. 

17. 
, Augustin son of John de Donewyco claimed view of frankpledge 

and assize of bread and beer in. Q.W. 724. 



Middleton. 147 



, Juliana late wife of Richard Attemede v. the Abbot of Leystone 

&c., touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 11. 
, Free warren in, Thomas de Weyland. Chart. Rolls, 8 Edw. I. 2 ; 

Robt. de Swillington. 76. 21 Edw. I. 11. 
, Land in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. I.P.M., 

35 Edw. I. 46. 
, Free warren in, William de Swillington. Chart. Rolls, 4 Edw. 

II. 6. 

, 5 fees in, Gilbert de Clare E. of Gloucester. I.P.M., 8 Edw. II. 68. 
, Grant by John ... to Roger son of John of the bridge of, 

10 Edw. II. Bodl. Sufi. Ch. 1204. 
, Land in, Adomarus de Valencia E. of Pembroke and Maria his 

wife. I.P.M., 17 Edw. II. 75. 
, Lands held by Robert de Scales in, as of the Honor of Boulogne 



by knight service. Close Rolls, 19 Edw. II. 12. 
, Free warren in, Adam de Swynlington. Chart. Rolls 2 Edw. 

m. 89. 

, Licence for Robert de Scales to enclose a way leading from the 

highway beneath his dwelling-house in, towards the south, on 

providing another way. Pat. Rolls, 16 Edw. III. pt. iii. 8. 
Land in, Rich, de Burstede parson of Framlingham and others 

for Leyston Abbey. I. P.M. 19 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 68. 
Free warren in, Barth. Burghershe. Chart. Rolls 23 Edw. III. 3. 
- Land in, Maria wife of Thomas de Brotherton E. of Norf. 

I.P.M., 36 Edw. III. pt. ii. 9. 
, 3/4 of a fee in, per John Hopton. John Duke of Norf. 76. 

11 Hen. VI. 43. 
, Land in, Wm. de la Pole, Earl of Suff. for Master of Chantry in 

Wyngefeld Church. 76. t. Hen. VI. C. 62. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. John Tyde 

fol. 88. 1458-1477. John Baker fol. 51. John Barber fol. 239. 

John Cave fol. 148. 
, Grant, &c., of Brent fen (Brendfen) manor in, 1471. Harl. 

45 F. 41, 42. 1476. Harl. 51 G. 13. 

, Fees in, John duke of Norf. I.P.M., 19 Edw. IV. 73. 

, Will of Richard Hawkyng of, proved Canterbury 1500-1. 8 

Rep. Hist. Com. 333. 
, Austins Manor in.Sir Edward Jenney d.26 June 1523 and Edward 

and Francis Jenney next heirs, viz. sons of William Jenney son 

and heir of the said Edward. I.P.M., 15 Hen. VIII. 53. 



148 Middleton. 



, Claim as heir at law by Robert Buntynge against Wm. Skotson 

as to land held of the manor of, and land in. C.P. i. 137. 
, Action by Robert Wyllet and Thomas Sudbery, church-wardens 

and inhabitants of, (13 Eliz.) against Agnes Middleton to recover a 

charitable pension or yearly rent of 6s. Sd. payable to the parish of, 

charged on a messuage in. C.P. iii. 286. 
, Licence to Edmund Whincopfor his house in, Congregational, 

1672. S.P. 196, 200, 202. 

, Trust for the Methodists at. Trust Deed. 54 Geo. III. 63, 13. 

. Chapel registered for marriages 28 Sept. 1869. L.G. 5251. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 17 May 1881. L.G. 2546. 

MIDDLETON v. sub Carlton, &c., Chilton, Dalham, &c., Dunwich, &c., 

Fordley Ch., Helmingham, &c., Leiston Abbey, Leiston, &c., 

Monewden, &c., Norton, &c., Sudbury, &c., Swilland, &c., Wing- 
field, &c. 
MIDDLETON MANOR. Markets and free warren in, Thomas Charles. 

Chart. Rolls, 54 Hen. III. 4 and 5. 
With Church. John de Worlaunde. I.P.M., 6 Edw. II. 

34. 
, Nicholas Rether and others for Priory of Sudbury. Ib. 26 

Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 32. 

, Bartholomew de Burghersshe. Ib. 43 Edw. III. pt. i. 14. 

, Edward Le Despenser and Elizabeth his wife daur. and heir 

of Bartholomew Burghershe. Ib. 49 Edw. III. pt. ii. 46. 
. [Brent Fen Manor] Rog. Swillyngton. Ib. 5 Hen. V. 46. 

Extent. Joan wife of Rog. Swillyngton. Ib. 6 Hen. VI. 52. Extent. 

Margt. wife of Sir John Gray daughter and heiress of Roger Swilling- 

ton. Ib. 8 Hen. VI. 40. John Hopton. Ib. 19 Edw. IV. 70. 
, Sir John Audeley d. 18 April 1530, and John his grandson next 

heir. Ib. 23 Hen. VIII. 8. 
. John Audeley heir of Sir John Audeley d. in 1534 and Edward 

Audeley brother next heir of the said John and also next heir of 

Sir John Audeley. Ib. 27 Hen. VIII. 19. 
. [Brent Fen Manor] Sir Anthony Hopton d. 15 Aug. 1555. 

Ib. 2 and 3 Ph. and M. 62. 

MIDDLETON MANOR v. sub Witnesham Manor, &c., Worlington. 
MIDDLETON HALL v. sub Mendham. 
MIDDLETON CHURCH. Thatched roof of. E.A. iii. 226. Monuments 

in. Add. 19080, 19083. Sepulchral brasses (c. 1500-1610). Add. 

32453, 32490. E.A. viii. 367. Plate. S.I. ix. 22. 



Milden. 149 

, Alleged decay and neglect to repair chancel of church and 

rectory, and barns, &c., belonging. [John and Robt. Revett are 
mentd.] Nicholas Revett v. Margery Page. 1618 at Snape. 
Exch. dep. 

. Procurations released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

MIDDLETON CHURCH and CHAPEL v. sub Leiston Abbey. 

MIDDLETON and FORDLEY. Chancery suit : Robt. Flemmyng v. 
Robt. Laurence. C.P., ser. ii. B. Ixiv. 2. 

, Order for uniting parishes of, 1657. S.P. 82. 

MiDDLETON-ctTM-FoRDLEY v. sub Minsmere Level. 

MIDDLETON and GROUNDESBURGH. William son and heir of Sarah 
de Perrowe grants to Robert de Swillynton son of Helewise de 
Perrowe and his heirs the manor of Jokeford Brendefen in the town 
of Middleton and other lands in the town of Grundesburgh. Abbr. 
of PL, 16 and 17 Edw. I. (Maj. Record. Mich.) 19. 

MIDDLETON, THEBERTON and DUNEWYSH. Land, &c., in, Robt. de 
Swillyngton and Margt. his wife. I.P.M., 15 Rich. II. pt. i. 
61. 

MIDDLETON family of Crowfield Hall afterwards of Shrubland Hall. 
E.A. (N.S.) iv. 77. of Mendham, Arms. Harl. 1449, 1560. Add. 
19142. (Bart.) Pedigree. Add. 19142, 

MIDDLEWOOD (?). The King v. Richard Coke and John Smyth dis- 
puted title of Duchy to, with plan. Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. of 
Pleadings. 24 Hen. VIII. 10. 

MIDELTON. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 

MIGHELLS. Pedigree. Add. 19142. Commission to Thomas Mig- 
hells of lieutenancy in company of horse in Suff. 1680. Bodl. Suff. 
Ch. 1227. Ditto company of foot, 1685. Tanner xx. 98. 

MlKELEFELD V. Mickfield. 

MILBOURNE family of Melford. E.A. iv. 105. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 

MILDE. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 

MiLDEN(Meaudlingg, Medling, Melding, Meldinge, Meldingg, Meldingge, 

Meldyng, Meldyngg, Meldon, Mellinga, Mellyn, Milding, Mildinge, 

Mildyng, Mylding, Myldyng, Myling). 

, Edw. Gary, cath. divine, born at. D.N.B. ix. 240. 
. Lands of Walter the Deacon. Walter holds in demesne what 

Lewin of Bacton K.E.'s thane held 2 carucates as a manor. 6a. 

meadow. 1 mill. A church living with 15a. A freeman holds lOa. 

Dom. 427. 
. Lands of St. Edmund. A freeman held 15a. Dom. 360. 



150 Milden. 

, Peter de Melding held a knight's fee in, in chief of the King, and 

Alicia his wife then held the same for life. H.R. ii. 142, 151. 

, Peter de Melding has warren in. 76. 143. 

, Grants, &c., in, t. Edw. I. Harl. 54 C. 21 : 1452. Harl. 58 

H. 34a : 1551. Harl. 57 H. 8 : 1555. Harl. 50 D. 18-28 : 

1558-1578. Harl. 58 H. 33, H. 32 : 1589. Harl. 53 D. 20 a, b : 

1592. Harl. 58 H. 35 : 1593. Harl. 53 D. 21 : 1597. Harl. 

57 H. 24 : 1608. Harl. 49 E. 23 ; 57 H. 27 : 1624. Harl. 

83 H. 43: 1631. Harl. 49 E. 30 : 1665. Slo. xxxii. 61. 
, Cristina Page, Geoffrey du Boys and Katherine his wife, Roger 

Wluard and Emma his wife, Agnes Neulyn, Margery and Cristina 

her sisters v. Adam (or Ada) Aylward, touch, a messuage and land 

in. Pat. Rolls, 7 Edw. I. 12& 
. Ditto v. John de Peyton touching land in, 9 Edw. I. (50 Rep.) 

2Qd. 
, Jordan le Chaumberleyn parson of the Church of Milden v. 

Master Lawrence de Denardeston touch, a tenement in. 76. 9 

Edw. I. 13. 
, Extent. Land in, William de Tendring and Beatrix hia wife. 

I.P.M., 33 Edw. I. 60. 

, Free warren in, Robert de Bures. Chart. Rolls, 7 Edw. II. 10. 

, Letters patent by Peter de Denardistone directing Simon le 

Hey and Isabella de Calewedon, his tenants to perform services for 

tenements in M. to Sir Robert de Bures and Hilary his wife, to whom 

he had sold the premises, 12 Edw. II. C. 2175. 
, Grant by Gilbert Page to Thos. . . . dringe of land in, 15 

Edw. II. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 353. 
, Grant by Andrew de Bures, to Simon le Heyward of, for life, 

of a messuage and land in, 16 Edw. II. C. 2959. 
, Land in, Robt. de Bures and Hillaria his wife. I. P.M., 5 Edw. 

III. 55. 
, Commission on complaint of Elena late wife of John Dautrief 

that Richard de Nowers and others broke her close at, and the 

doors and windows of her house there and did other damage. Pat. 

Rolls, 6 Edw. III. pt. iii. 12d., 7 Edw. HI. pt. i. 22d. 
, Commission on complaint of William Gennyn and Elena his 

wife that Aline late wife of Ralph de Hemenhale, Robert her son 

and others broke her close and doors and windows of her houses at, 

and took about 12 horses and 4 oxen worth 30. 7&. 8 Edw. III. 

pt. ii. 34d. 



Milden. 151 

, Land in, Amice wife of James Earl of Wilts. I.P.M., 35 Hen. VI. 

16. 

. Bowers or Bure's manor in. Thomas Springe d. 29 June 

1523 and John Spring son and heir, aged 30. 76. 15 Hen. VIII. 
17. 

, Conveyance, &c., of, 1551, 1555. Harl. 57 H. 8 : 1556. Harl. 

50 H. 10 : 1557. Harl. 51 A. 31, 57 H. 12 : 1561. Harl. 50 D. 
30, 31 : 1588. Harl. 57 F. 35 : 1589. Harl. 50 D. 32, 53 D. 
20 a, b. Add. 25396 : 1592. Harl. 53 D. 21 : 1598. Harl. 57 
F. 20: 1599. Harl. 49 D. 55 : 1600. Harl. 49 G. 4, 111 F. 56 : 
1601. Harl. 55 G. 40 : 1607. Harl. 112 E. 40, 41 : 1610. Harl. 
56 G. 34: 1611. Harl. 51 H. 34 : 1616. F 33 : 1622. Harl. 
Ill E. 52: 1624. Harl. 83 H. 43 : 1631. Harl. 49 E. 30. 

, Suit as to relief for Bowers al. Bures Manor in, by John Layton 

against Robert Cutler who claims to hold of the Dean and Chapter 
of Canterbury as to their Manor of Monks Illeighe. Duchy of 
Lancaster. Cal. to Pleadings. 44 Elk. 10. 

, Edm. Goodale and others v. Edw. Appleton. C.P. ser. ii. B. 

Ixxii. 46. 

, Lease of lands called Vaysies, &c., in, 1608. Harl. Ill H. 25. 

, Lease of Maries house, &c., in, 1609. Harl. Ill H. 26. 

, Fine of Maries Hall manor, 1631. Harl. 49 E. 30. 

, Memorandum cone, rent paid for Muchfeld grove, &c. in, 1633. 

Harl. Roll. I. 29. 

, Included in the Lavenham Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1620. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1695. 

MILDEN (Myling) v. sub Acton Manor, Brent Eleigh, Brent Eleigh, &c., 
Edwardstone, &c., Waldingfield (Little), &c. 

MILDEN MANOR a/. Wells Hall Manor. Concerning a tenement in, 
from the Court Rolls. Harl. 368. 

, Agreement between Alice late wife of Peter de Meaudlingg 

and Remigius de Meaudlingg, Peter's brother whereby Remigius 
grants, what Alice holds of the feoffment of Laurence de Meaudlingg 
shall remain to Alice for life provided the 3rd of the manor that 
Isabella mother of Remigius holds in dower shall remain to Remigius 
and also a moiety of the fees pertaining to the inheritance saving 
to Alice for life the other moiety of those fees. Alice grants that 
after her death the manor shall wholly revert to Remigius free cf 
her heirs. Close Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 8 Schedule Sd. 



152 Milden. 

, Sale by Sir Guy de Sancto Claro, Knt., to John B ... of 

Kerseye, of all the timber and underwood of ten acres of wood in, 
belonging to his Manor of (? Bures) in a wood called ' le Park," 39 
Edw. III. C. 3199. 

, With advowson of church. John de Sutton. I.P.M., 17 Ric. II. 51. 

, Rental of, 1398-99. Harl. Roll I. 20. 

, Court Rolls of and extracts from same, 1464-1598. Harl. Roll 

I. 22, 23, 28-58 F. 8. 8 Car. I. Harl. 98. 

, Compotus of, 1482-93. Harl. Roll I. 21. 

, Sale, &c., of rent charge on, 1558. HarL 50 D. 29, 56 I. 33. 

, Precipe on a covenant cone., 1589. Add. Ch. 25396. 

, Conveyance by Richard Symond of, to John Scott for 40 days, 
1606. Harl. 99. 

MILDEN CHURCH. Notes. Tanner cccx. 205. Monuments in. Add. 
19077, 19078. Plate. S.I. ix. 31. Jas. Andrew, rector of. E.A. 
iv. 228. 

. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. 

L.G. 859. 

MILDEN, BRENTELEIGH, LITTLE WALDINGFIELD, GNOTTON and 
EDWARDESTON. Sale of interest of Robert Thorpe to Richard 
Forsett in Manor of Welleshall al. Milding and lands in. Harl. 589. 

MILDENHALL (Maydenhall, Maydonhall, Middelhale, Mildenale, Mil- 
denhale, Mindenale, Mildenehalla, Mudenehalla, Myldenhale). 

. Arch, xxxiii. 274. Notes relating to. Add. 5847. Ancient 

maps and plans of. D.K.R. 30. App. p. 39. Plan of the Coney 
Warren in. Add. 11742. Map of Beck Row and Holywell Row in. 
Ib. Lands in. 11 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 6. Land of Duchy of 
Lancaster in. D.K.R. 30. App. p. 17. Deeds of lands in. Harl. 
638. Abstracts of deeds relating to. Add. 5836. Market cross 
at. E.A. (N.S.) i. 60. Will of Sir Henry Warner Bart, of Wamhill 
Hall. S.I. i. 297. Warner family of. E.A. (N.S.) i. 76, 94, 123. 
Cheston family of. N. and Q., 3rd ser. ii. 385. William Gregory, 
chronicler son of Roger Gregory of, born at (late 14 or early 15 
cent.). D.N.B. xxiii. 103. Image family of Herringswell Place. 
Burke L.G. 840. Antiquities found at. S.I. i. 149, 223, 312, 
iii. 406. Anglo-Saxon graves, Warren Hill. S.I. vi. 57. Tumuli. 
Ib. iv. 287. Roman remains. Arch. xxv. 609. Roman ring. 
B.A.A. xxi. 243. Coins. Ib. xxxvi. 104. Bronze relics. Ib. 
xxxviii. 208. S.I. ii. 275, iv. 298. P.S.A., 2nd ser. xi. 98, 99. 
Bronze celts. Ib. 1st SST. iii. 266. A.J. x. 355. Bronze blade. 



Mildenhall. 153 



Ib. xi. 414. Head of Atys at Kenny Hill near. P.S.A., 2nd ser 
xiv. 155. Discovery of Site of ' Clovesho ' at. E.A. (N.S.) ii. 69. 
112, 208. Record of proceedings of Council of Clovesho at (824). 
Stowe Ch. 14, 15. Visit of Suffolk Institute. S.I. i. 304. Guilds 
of. S.I. iv. 350. Wamhill Hall or Manor in. S.I. i. 297, 
iv. 340. Paper on the tumuli of Warren Hill in. S.I. iv. 287. 
Diary of William Coe owner of property at (1680-1728). S.I. iv. 373. 

, Grant of lands in, to Abbey of Bury St. Edmunds as also of 

the soken of the eight hundreds and a half at Thinghowe with 
sac and soc. Royal Charter. D.K.R. 29. App. p. 30, see Ib. p. 38. 

. Lands of Stigand in the King's hand. K. Edmund gave to 

St. Edmunds, and later Stigand held under S. Edmund in K.E.'s 
time 12 carucates as a manor, 20a. meadow. A church with 40a. 
1 mill. 3 fisheries and a half. To this manor lay one hamlet 
Icklingham with 6 carucates. 1 mill. A church with 24a. And 
therein 1 socman with 30a. Dom. 288&. 

. Land of Richard sonof Earl Gislebert. 2socmenwith60a. Dom. 392. 

, Grant by Samson the abbot and convent of St. Edmunds to 

Ralph de Cohun their servant of land and rents in. (1180-1211). 
Bodl. Suff. Ch. 19. 

, Grant by Samson the abbot and convent of St. Edmund to 

Benedict de M. of a messuage in ( 1 180-121 1 ). Ib. 20. 

, Conf. by Samson the abbot and convent of St. Edmund to 

Ralph, son of Lambert, of land in (1180-1211). Ib. 24. 

, Conf. by Samson the abbot and convent of St. Edmund to 

Nicholas de Geddinges of 46 acres and half a rood of land in (1180- 
1211). Ib. 25. 

, Release by William Blench to John de Hodebovilla, of service 

which Richard Underwode did for land in, and which the said 
William acquired by battle [Hen. III.]. C. 2007. 

, Grant by Gilbert de Derham to the church of St. Edmund of a 

croft in, t. Edw. I. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 88. 

, Grants, &c., in, t. Edw. I. Add. Ch. 9093, 18578 r late 13 
cent. Add. Ch. 9094 : 1309. Add. Ch. 9098 : 1323. Harl. 48 
C. 21: 1326. Add. Ch. 18617 : 1351. Add. Ch. 9095 : 1380. 
Add. Ch. 9115, 18666 : 1388. Add. Ch. 18670 :t. Rich. II. 
Add. Ch. 9114 : 1422. Add. Ch. 9120 : 1434. Add. Ch. 18722 : 
1435. Add. Ch. 9123, 9125, 18723, 18724 : 1440. Add. Ch. 18736 : 
1447. Add. Ch. 18744 : 1451. Add. Ch. 18749 : 1466. Add. 
Ch. 18763 : 1468. Add. Ch. 9102 : 1561. Add. Ch. 25300. 



154 MildenMl. 



, Robert son of Henry de Borewell v. William de Swyneford and 

John de Meolent, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 

16. 
, Robert, son of Henry de Borewell v. John de Meolent touch, a 

tenement in. Ib. 3 Edw. 1. 22d. 
, Thomas de Ikeworth v. Martin de Stafford and others touch. 

a fosse destroyed in. Ib. 3 Edw. I. Id. 
, Robert Dune v. Walter de Tymworht and others, touch, a 

tenement in. 76. 4 Edw. I. 17. 
, William le Paumer v. Roger de Tudenham, touch, a tenement in. 

Ib. 4 Edw. I. 24. 
, William le Paumer of Mildenhal v. Walter de Langemere touch. 

a tenement in. Ib. 4 Edw. I. 24rf. 
, Adam de Thorndon v. William de Twanhill, touch, a tenement 

in. Ib. 4 Edw. I. 36d. 

, John Hardy of, mentioned. Close Rolls, 7 Edw. I. 4. 

, Richard le Prestre of Stoke Ferry v. Benedict de Terfeld and 

others, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 7 Edw. I. 5d. 
, William son of Walter Page and Henry his brother v. John de 

Northwold and others, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 8 Edw. I. I2d. 
, Grant by Gilbert de Derham to Will, de Newenham, of a croft 



called Bertonecroft in, 8 Edw. I. Bodl. Suff. Cb, 92. 
, Radulph, son of Roland de Bilneye v. William Fitz Stephen and 

others touch, possess, in. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. I. 24. 
, Radulph Canevaz and Agatha his wife v. John son of Geoffrey 

Crowe, touch, land in. Ib. 9 Edw. I. lid. 
, Robert del Hole of Mildenhall and Anabil his wife v. Edmund 

de la More of Herringswell (Herminggewett) and others, touch, a 

tenement in. Ib. 9 Edw. I. 9. 
, Licence for Priory of St. Edmund to appropriate in mortmain 

40 acres of their own fee in. 76. 11 Edw. I. 25. 
, 30 acres land and 6 of pasture, &c., in, Joan wife of Gilbert de 

Clare E. of Gloucester jointly with him. I.P.M., 35 Edw. I. 47. 
, William son of Nicholas le Koo of, in gaol at Bury for death of 

Richard son of Nicholas le Koo to be bailed. Close Rolls, 8 Edw. II. 

27. 
, 8a. of land 12 pasture and 12*. 6d. rent in, Gilbert de Clare E. 

of Gloucester. I.P.M., 8 Edw. II. 68. 
, Land in, Galf. de la Grene for Bury Abbey. I.Q.D., 9 Edw. II. 

197. William Necton for Bury Abbey. 10 Edw. II. 136. 



Mildenhall. 155 



, Lands in, restored to heirs of Gilbert de Clare E. of Gloucester. 

Close Rolls, 10 Edw. II. 4. 
, Licence for alienation in mortmain to Abbey of St. Edmunds 

by Gilbert de Neketon of 2 messuages, 100 acr. 30 of meadow 

and 18s. of rent in, which are held of them, and are worth 51s. 4d. a 

year. Pat. Rolls, 10 Edw. II. pt. ii. 22. 
, Walter le Claver of, witness to a deed, 11 Edw. II. Ib. 13 Edw. 

II. 5. 
, Ministers' accounts of possessions of contrariants in, 16 Edw. II. 

Bundle 1147, No. 7. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands in, 1 to 3 Edw. III. Bundle 1109, 

No. 23. Arrears to 6 Edw. III. Ib. 24. 12 to 13 Edw. III. Bundle 

1110, No. 6. 19 to 20 Edw. III. Ib. 14. 20 to 21 Edw. III. Ib. 

17. 26 to 27 Edw. III. Ib. 28. 36 to 37 Edw. III. Bundle 1111, 

No. 8. 37 to 38 Edw. III. Ib. 10. 2 to 3 Ric. II. Ib. 23. 2 to 3 

Hen. IV. Bundle 1112, No. 12. 
, 53 acres in, William Warde and others for Priory of Swafham 

Bolbek. I.P.M., 28 Edw. HI. (2nd nos.) 41. 
, Lands in, Clement de Knapton and others for Bury Abbey. 

Ib. 29 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 8. 
, Edmund de Mildenhale gave to a certain chaplain certain lands 

in. I.Q.D., 29 Edw. III. 20. 
, Land in, Walter Beneyt and others for Bury Abbey. I.P.M., 

38 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 41. 
, Rent in, Lionel Duke of Clarence and Elizabeth his wife. Ib. 

43 Edw. III. pt. i. 23. 
, Land in, Rich, de Pakenham and others for Ixworth Priory. 

76. 51 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 43. 
, Indenture between Bp. Bateman and John of, carpenter, for 

timber to build the Trinity Hall Camb. with, 1374. Baker iv. 373 

A. 301. 

, Grant of Aspall's manor in, 1375. Harl. 51 E. 10. 

, John Chapman of, married to an idiot Margaret dau. of Adam 

Colle of Brandon. Pat. Rolls, 1 Rich. II. pt. vi. I6d. 
, Grant for life to William Wynslowe of 2 messuages 2 colleges 

70a. of land 9 of meadow and 16 of pasture in, of yearly value of 1005. 

late of Richard de Chadenhalk who acquired them partly from John 

Stafford and partly from Alan Exnyng which were forfeited to the 

Crown because without licence he enfeoffed the chaplains of a 

chantry in Mildenhale. Ib. 4 Rich. II. pt. ii. 10. 



156 Mildenhall. 



, Grant to Robert Hethe of the reversion in fee of lands late of 

Richard Chadenhalke in, now held for life by William Wyncelowe 

(vacating grant 8 Rich. II. pt. ii. 24 to William Takell). Ib. 8 Rich. 

II. pt. ii. 31. 
, Licence for Ralph de Walsham to grant in mortmain 4 messuages 

6 cottages 64 acres of land 24 of meadow and 5s. of rent in, toa chaplain 

to celebrate within the parish of. Ib. 10 Rich. II. pt. i. 38. 
,14 acres of land and 20 of pasture, Ric. Stabler and others for 

St. Edmunds Abbey of Bury. I.P.M., 16 Ric. II. 125. 
1 Protection to George Hethe of, 1435-6. D.K.R. 48. App. pp. 

309, 311. 
, Market and fair in, to Bury Abbey. Chart. Rolls, 13 and 14 

Hen. IV. 5. 
, Grant by Simon Greswelle to Will. Galyon and others of a 

messuage at ' le West Rowe ' called ' Brounstere,' in, 4 Hen. V. 

Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1448. 
, Aspales Manor in, and 70a. of land 14 of meadow and lOa. 

marsh in. Thos. Walker for Bury Abbey. I.P.M., t. Hen. VI. D. 56. 
, Rent in, Edm. de Mortuo Mari, Earl of March. 76. 3 Hen. VI. 

32. 
, Fees in, of Honor of Glouc. and Clare, per John Botteler, Edm. 

de Mortuo Mari, Earl of March. 76. 3 Hen. VI. 32. 

} 40 acres of land in, Sir John Shardelowe. Ib. 11 Hen. VI. 12. 

f Protection to Wm. Osberne of, 1454-5. D.K.R. 48. App. 

p. 406. 
, 1 messuage, 7Ja. 20 meadow and rent of 10s. in, as a manor of, 

Rich. Duke of York. I.P.M., 38 and 39 Hen. VI. 60. 
, Feoff ment by Will John Grene, and others, to 

John Childreston, John Benne, John Coole and others of a messuage 

in, t. Edw. IV. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1357. 
, Lease by Robt. Lute, Robt. Jervys and others to Will. Soper 

of a meadow in, t. Edw. IV. 76. 1358. 
, Pardon of outlawry to Thos. Cullyng late of. Pat. Roils, 7 

Edw. IV. pt. i. 4. 
, Exemplification at request of Abbey of St. Edmund's Bury, of 

letters patent granting licence for acquisition in mortmain by the 

Abbey of Aspall Manor and land in Mildenhale. 76. 7 Edw. IV. 

pt. ii. 5. 
, Aspall Manor Eliz. wife of Anthony Earl of Ryviers. I. P.M., 

13 Edw. IV. 45. 



Mildenhall. 157 



, Grant by Thos. Chylderston and Robt., son of Will. Sygo to 

Will. Childerston and others of five acres in, 14 Edw. IV. Bodl. 

Suff. Ch. 1359. 
, Land called Heethes Place in, Francis Hethe. I.P.M., 20 

Edw. IV. 24. Hospital called le George in. Ib. 
, Grant by John Morley to Will. Childreston of ' Brownysverd '< 

in, 5 Hen. VII. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1355. 
, Grant by Robt. Childreston, son and heir of John Childreston, 

to Agnes Fletcher, Thos. Childreston, and others, of a meadow and 

3 roods in, 3 Hen. VIII. Ib. 1360. 
, Grant by King to Christ Coll. Camb. of all messuages, &c., in. 

S.P., 23 Hen. VIII. 766 (4). 
, Grant to Chr. Peyton of Bury, and Joan his wife, of rent of 

200 qrs. of malt from farmer of. Court of Augmentations, 1539-40. 

S.P. 1032. 
, Lease to Wm. Heynes of, of tithes in Halywell field in, 1542. 

S.P. 1258. 
, Grant by Robt. Chylderston to Nicholas Palton of the lands 

which were Will. Chylderston's his uncle, 37 Hen. VIII. Bodl.: 

Suff. Ch. 1361. 

, Will of Robert Chestun of, 38 Hen. VIII. Ib. 1362. 

, Particulars of rents and farms in, for grant to Trinity College, 

Cambridge, 38 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 185. 

, Recognizance of Geo. Basset of, 1551. Acts of P.C. 257. 

, Surrender of the " Charnell Chauntry," 1 Edw. VI. D.K.R. 8. 

App. ii. pp. 6, 31. 
, Lands given for maintenance of lights in Guild of Holy Trinity 

in, forfeited under 1 Edw. VI., 17 Eliz. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 

38. App. p. 17. 
, Grant by Thos. Lake and Thos. ... to John Barrett, 

sen. of a messuage in West Rowe in, 4 Edw. VI. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 

1356. 

. Ministers' accounts as pt. of Clare Honor, 5 and 6 P. and M. and 

1 Eliz. D.K.R. App. p. 64. 
. Aspall Manor in, in hands of Q. Mary and sometime 

of the Monastery of Bury rated 1557 for John Walkelate. Harl. 
607. 

, William Fletewood i. William Cope as to waifs and strays by 

Fenn Reeves at Lete or Lawday. Duchy of Lancaster. Pleadings. 
3 Eliz. 13. 



158 MiTdenhall. 



, Andrew Wooderys on behalf of himself and the Queen and in 

right of his mother Margaret devisee of Nicholas Wooderys his 
brother lessee of Phil, and Mary v. Thomas Pope and others feoffees 
of Robert Mar ham and John Cockett as seised in fee as to lands in, 
late belonging to Abbey of Bury. Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. of 
Pleadings. 7 Eliz. 3. 

, William Fletewoode on behalf of tenants and inhabitants of, 

v. Theodore Skynner and others, as to claims for exemption from 
tolls, &c., except in Duchy towns. Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. of 
Pleadings. 8 Eliz. 9. 

, William Poope lessee of Sir Nicholas Bacon the Queen's lessee v. 

Thomas Cotes and Robert Suckerman 2 of the Jurors of the Town, 
claiming amerciaments at the Court Leet, as to a messuage called 
the Angell otherwise Richard Knight's near the George Inn and 
claim to Bederefres and Wedebedreape and right of common on 
Coplowe Fenn. Ib. 1. 

, Claim by Duchy of Lancr. against William Pope bailiff of Sir 

Nicholas Bacon as to waifs and strays and right of common whereof 
Thomas Lord Darcye seised by Letters Pat. Edw. VI. Ib. 9 Eliz. 21. 

, William Hogge as lessee of Sir Nicholas Bacon v. Edmund Bed- 

dingfeild and others as to warren of conies, &c. Ib. 17 Eliz. 14. 

, Grant of Arms to Simon Heynes of, 1575. S.P., Eliz. 

503. 

, William Hogge v. William Arrowsmithe and others as to destruc- 
tion of conies in warren in. Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. to Pleadings. 
21 Eliz. 3. 

, John Tapley v. Robert Brigge and others as to lands in West- 

rowefeld and other lands. Ib. 28 Eliz. 2. 

, Johan Atherton in right of John Bartlet cd. Field v. Robert 

, Suckerman as to parish lands. Ib. 28 Eliz. 6. 

, Suit Sir Roger Northe, Lord Northe against Robert and Rich. 

Pechey for breach of ordinances of town and as to lands and common 
in Holmesey Field. Ib. 32 Eliz. 1. 

, Lease to Hen. Warner, tenant, of tithes in. Rent 11. 15s. no 

fine. 1596. S.P. 321. 

, View of account as part of Duchy of Lancaster, 35 to 40 Eliz. 

D.K.R. 45. App. i. p. 49. 

, Claim by Andrew Cropley as heir against Clare Marshall wid. 

and others as to messuage in Mill Street in, late estate of Margaret 
Quashe plf's mother. C.P. i. 205. 



Mildenhall. 159 



. Chancery suits : Wm. Burges v. Thos. Petche. C.P. ser. ii. 
B. xxiii. 32. Simon Clerke v. Robert Gokernaut (worrying sheep 
at). Ib. B. xl. 70. Wm. Cappe and wife v. Marke Webbe. Ib. 
B. xliv. 34. Wm. Farrer and Maude his wife v. Wm. Stronge and 
others. Ib. B. Ixv. 54. Parnell Harvy wid. v. Jno. Fox. Ib. B. 
Ixxxix. 40. Wm. Larke v. Paul Duffyelde. Ib. cxvi. 27. Robert 
Suckerman v. Reuben and Robt. Atherton. Ib. B. clx. 98. 

, Letter of Sir Henry North of, to Sir B. Gawdy, 1600. Eger. 
2714. 

, Scite and demesnes of manor called Mildenhall Grange. Tithes. 
Meets and bounds. Survey. Sir Henry Warner v. Sir Henry 
North and others. 1609 at Mildenhall. Exch. dep. 

. Henry Warner v. William Farman al. Forman. Non suit. 



Tithe suit. 9 Jac. I. Again v. John Childerston, 10 Jac. I. D.K.R. 

2. App. ii. p. 265. 

, Letter of Sir Roger North of [1620-1651]. Eger. 2717. 

, Sale by Oliver Morden to Rich. Childerston, alias Cheston, of 

25 acres in, 1623. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1363. 
, Butts Bacon of, created a Baronet 1627. Chancery. D.K.R. 

43. App. i. p. 76 ; 47 R. App. p. 132. 
, Conditions touch, river between Bury and, 1637. S.P 

364. 
, Water carriages from Ouse to mill at, to be left free to all or 

that Mr. Lambe make a bridge, 1637. S.P. 364. 
, Edw. Warner of, compounds for delinquency, 1645. S.P., 

Cal. of Comp. 891. 
, Petition of Eliz. Warner, daur. of Lady Gee, to compound for 

delinquency, 1645. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 903. 
, Estate of Hen. Warner, of, discharged from sequestration, 

1645. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 885. 
. Charity. 9 Car. I. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 14, No. 4. A.D. 

1657. Ib. Bundle 24, No. 20. 

, Sums assessed on, Warner v. Bradbury, 1 Jac. II. Exch. Spec- 
Corn. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 142. 
. Correspondence of Sir Henry North with Bancroft, 1691-3. 

Tanner xxv. xxvi. 

, Poor of. Trust Deed. 12 Geo. II. 13, 9. 

, Hy. Wm. Bunbury, amateur artist and caricaturist born 1750, 

2nd son of Rev. Sir Wm. Bunbury bart. of. D.N.B. vii. 267. 
. River Act. 29 Geo. III. c. 22. 



160 Mildenhall. 



. Fen draining Acts. 33 Geo. III. c. 32 ; 37 and 38 Geo. III. c. 

89. (Local and pers.) 39 and 40 Geo. III. c. 90; 47 Geo. III. sess. 

2, c. 1 ; 4 Geo. I V. c. 103 ; 7 and 8 Geo. IV. c. 47 ; 6 and 7 

Viet. c. 66. 
, Trusts for Particular Baptists at. Trust Deed. 38 Geo. III. 

8, 8 ; 55 Geo. III. 76, 7, 8. 

, Inclosing lands in. 47 Geo. III. sess. 2 c. 28. 

, Tithes of parish of. 47 Geo. III. sess. 2. 38, 17 et seq. (not 

printed). 
, Repairing the road from Beck Fen Lane in parish of, to Lich- 

port in Isle of Ely, &c. 9 Geo. IV. c. 44 ; 14 and 15 Viet. c. 18 ; 36 

and 37 Viet. c. 90. 
, Methodists at Beck Row in. Trust Deed. 11 Geo. IV. 

35, 14. 
, Conveyance of buildings in Rock Row upon trust for conversion 

into a chapel for the Primitive Methodists. Trust Deed. 1839, 

171, 1, 2. 
, Conveyance of land upon trust for the erection of a chapel for 

the Methodists. Trust Deed. 1839, 192, 17, 18. for Indepen- 
dents Ib. 177, 6, 7. 
, Conveyance of land and chapel upon trust for the Wesleyan 

Methodists. Trust Deed. 1842, 45, 11. 
, Land, &c., for use of Wesleyan Methodists. Trust Deed. 

1847, 144, 12. 
, County Court District formed, Registrar's District. 1847. 

L.G. 990. 

, Scholastic purposes at, in. Trust Deed. 1850, 111, 17. 

, Repairing the road from Beck Fen Lane in parish of, to Lichport 

in Isle of Ely, &c. 14 and 15 Viet. c. 18. 

, A Chapel, &c., at, for Baptists. Trust Deed. 1855, 3, 6. 

. Chapel registered for marriages 1856. L.G. 3751. 1874. 

L.G. 3627. 

. Highway District constituted 1863. L.G. 1614. 

. Subject to the Bankruptcy Jurisdiction of the Bury S. 

Edmund's Court, 1 Jan. 1870. L.G. 1. 
. School Board formed 1871. L.G. 1378. Bye-laws 1874. 

L.G. 2608: 1883. L.G. 5617. 1900. L.G. 3248. 

. Fair abolished 1872. L.G. 3303. 

MILDENHALL UNION (formed 12 Nov. 1835). Audit 26 Oct. 1879. 

L.G. 5879 ; 24 Mar. 1882. L.G. 1334. 



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. General Orders of Local Government Board 15 June 1875. 

L.G. 3096, 20 Feb. 1877. L.G. 840-851 ; 1 Nov. 1881. L.G. 5356 ; 23 
Mar. 1877. L.G. 2196-2203 ; 5 June 1878. L.G. 170 ; 11 Jan. 
1878. L.G. 170 ; 7 Oct. 1879. L.G. 5778 ; 21 Oct. 1879. L.G. 
6025 ; 8 May. 1877. L.G 3013 ; 14 Sept. 1877. L.G. 5241 ; 4 Jan. 
1878. L.G. 54; 14 Feb. 1879. L.G. 741. 1893. L.G. 3983, 
3984. 1894. L.G. 989. 

. Included in the Suffolk Audit District 2 Mar. 1880. L.G. 800. 

. In Cambridgeshire Audit District 23 June 1882. L.G. 2905. 

, Marriage licence granted to Baptist Chapel at, 1884. L.G. 3687. 

. Order as to Registration of Births and Deaths, 1891. L.G. 5657. 

. Marriage licence granted to Bapt. Chapel, West Row, 1895. 

L.G. 282. 

, Loc. Gov. Bd. Order resp. admission of lunatics into workhouse 

at, 1900. L.G. 2051. 

MILDENHALL v. sub Aspal Manor, Aspal Manor, &c., Barton nr. Milden- 
hall, Beecles, &c., Beck Row, Bradmere, Brandon, Bury, &c., 
Felsham, Lakenheath, &c., Norton, &c., Pakenham, &c., Row 
(West), Saxham, &c. 

MILDENHALL MANOR. S.I. i. 270. Court Rolls of. 3 Rep. Hist. 
Com. 242. Roll of Court held by Charles E. of Winchelsea (1706). 
Bodl. Suff. Rolls 22. 

. Given by Edward the Confessor to Bury Abbey. S.I. iv. 35k 

, Account of Bartholomew Bernard, provost for, 17 Edw. II 

Bodl. Suff. Rolls 21. 

. John de Meriet and Maria his wife. I.P.M., 1 Edw. Ill 

51. 

, Order to escheator not to intermeddle further with, and restore 

issues as John de Meriet held at death by curtesy of England of the 
inheritance of Mary his late wife and that Reginald de Mohun and 
late lord of, gave to William his son and the heirs of his body and 
that Eleanor and Mary, William's daughters died without heirs of 
their bodies and that the manor ought to revert to John de Mohun 
kinsman and heir of the said Reginald by the form of the gift afore- 
said. Close Rolls, 1 Edw. III. pt. ii. 24. 

, Commission on complaint of Abbot of St. Edmunds of persona 

opposing officers of Abbot as lord of, in imposing judgment of the 
tumbrel on brewsters staying and brewing within the lordship and 
leet. Pat. Rolls, 15 Edw. III. pt. ii. 33d. 

. John Straunge. I.P.M., 7 Edw. IV. 34. 

L 



162 MUdenhall. 



, Lease for 12 years by Anne late wife of Sir Thomas Hungerford 

to Sir George Darell, of her rabbit warren of Berrigge by Mildenale 

and of all rabbits within, 26 April, 9 Edw. IV. C. 2506. 
. William Rykie d. 23 Sept. 1552 and Robert son and heir. 

I.P.M., 6 Edw. VI. 65. 

. Robert Rykie d. 3 May 1557, and William son and heir. 

Ib. 3 and 4 Ph. and M. 137. 
. Ministers' accounts as part of Honor of Clare. Philip and M. 

or Eliz. D.K.R. 45. App. i. p. 65n. 
, The Queen's farmers and tenants of Soham Meare v. William 

Yaxley claiming under late Abbot of Bury as to right of fishing. 

Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. of Pleadings. 1 Mary 3. 
, Grant by Eliz. to Sir Nicholas Bacon of certain stock and staure 

of, 24 Nov. 3 Eliz. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 171. 
, John Hill, Farmer of Leet v. John Oaske as to Customs of 

Duchy of Lancaster. Pleadings. 4 Eliz. 7. 
, Attor.-Gen. of Duchy v, Robert Clerke son and grantee of Robert 

Clerke lessee of John late abbot of Bury as to demesne lands of. 

Ib. 6 Eliz. 9. 
, William Pope the Queen's underfarmer of, by assignment from 

Sir Nicholas Bacon v. Thomas Cotes and Robert Sucker man claiming 

title to 2 parts in 3 of a messuage called the Angell as to a right of 

way through Coplow Fenn. 76. 8 Eliz. 3. 
, Robert Suckerman and others the Queen's tenants of, v. Robert 

Troyce and others tenants of Dean and Chapter of Ely as of the 

Manor of Lakynghethe as to rights on Mydenhall Common, &c. 

76. 9 Eliz. 2. 
, Thomas Lane on behalf of Queen v. Joseph Haynes as seised 

in fee by custom of, touch, rent of a messuage in. Ib. 

9 Eliz. 7. 
, William Humberstone t/. George Harries as to destruction of 

wild fowls upon the fens and wastes of. Ib. 10 Eliz. 11. 
, William Pope bailiff v. Joseph Haynes as to arrear of rent. Ib. 

13 Eliz. 18. 
, Miles Hull and others tenants of, v. Henry Warner and William 

Pope as lessees as to Tawmell Fenn. Ib. 18 Eliz. 2. 
, Thomas Rolffe as lessee of Mildenhall Mills v. William Tirrell and 

others as to suit and soke to mills. Ib. 18 Eliz. 6. 
, Henry Warner lessee v. Robert Sockerman claiming from Robert 

Atherton and others as to demesne lands of. Ib. 19 Eliz. 1. 



MUdenhall. 163 



, William Fleetewood v. William Pope as to waifs and strays of 
Commons and Fens. Ib. N.D. (19 Eliz.) 3. 

, Attor.-Gen. v. Henry Warner and others in right of Sir Nicholas 
Bacon as to amerciaments for trespass on the marsh and sheep 
pasture. Ib. 26 Eliz. 48. 

, Robert Haynes lessee v. Robert Suckerman in right of William 
Stronge as to lands in. Ib. 27 Eliz. 5. 

, Robert Hayes or Haynes v. Robert Suckerman as to lands in. 
Ib. 27 Eliz. 23. 

, Johane Atherton in right of John Bartlett al. Fielde v. Robert 
Suckerman in right of Reuben Atherton as to lands and boundaries. 
Ib. 29 Eliz. 25. 

, Symon Clarke and others v. Henry Warner in right of Sir Nicholas 
Bacon lessee as to site of, and rights of common. Ib. 30 Eliz. 8. 
, Symonde Clarke and others v. Henry Warner lessee of demesne 
lands in right of Sir Nicholas Bacon as to right of pasture and govern- 
ment of the town by Headborrowes at Courts and Leets. Ib. 30 
Eliz. 10. 

, Robert Hull and others v. Nicholas Baghot al. Backott as to 
lands called Bores yeard at Herstehey. Ib. 30 Eliz. 14. 
, Sir Roger Northe Lord Northe v. John Craske and others as to 
profits of Courts Leet, &c. Ib. 31 Eliz. 8. 

, Attor.-Gen. v. Cheston as to ground called Wronge Medow and 



the boundaries thereof. Ib. 32 Eliz. 1. 

, Sir Roger North Baron of Kyrtlinge in right of Roger Lord 

North v. Robert Petchey as to profits of Court, &c., and rights of 
common. Ib. 32 Eliz. 1. 

, Lord North by his servant v. John Craske and others as to 

lands, pasture and commons. Ib. 32 Eliz. 5. 

, Action by William against Agnes Suckerman as to lands in 

Ib. 33 Eliz. 6. 

. Marck Goson v. William Lawrence and others as to fishing. 

Ib. 34 Eliz. 5. 

. Thomas Cabricke as Queen's lessee v. Rich. May and another as 

to 2 water mills and lands, tolls and customs of fairs. 76. 36 Eliz. 10. 

, Whr. Robt. Clarke deed, occupied scite of manor or grange by 

lease made to his father by the late abbey of Bury St. Edmunds 
and whr. Robt. Clarke (the son) enjoyed tithes of corn in ' Mundes- 
feld ' and ' Cottonfeld ' by virtue of such lease ; Henry Warner 
v. Sir Henry North Knt. 38 and 39 Eliz. at Mildenhall. Exch. dep. 



164 Mildenhdl. 



, Suit as to Common of pasture on the Fens called Hole Fenn aad 

Copley Sedge Fenn and digging of turves claimed as appendant to 

site of Manor. Warner v. Suckerman. Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. 

to Pleadings. 39 Eliz. 5. 
. Suit as to digging of turves on commons. Warner v. Cabecke. 

Ib. 40 Eliz. 28. 
, Claim to lands in. Nicholas Stephensone v. Thomas Pecheye. 

Ib. 44 Eliz. 9. 
, Suit as to fines and amerciaments imposed by Court Leet of. 

Hall v. Kendall. Ib. 44 Eliz. 14. 
, Suit by Nicholas Stevenson as son and heir of Richard Stevenson 

against Sir John Higham Steward of, and Thomas Pecheye in con- 
sequence of refusal to admit plaintiff to copyholds purchased by his 

father. Ib. 44 Eliz. 24. 
. Claim by John Downeinge against John Reve and others as 

heir and to set aside supposed surrender of copyhold lands in M. 

held of the Queen's manor of M. and late estate of Robert Downeinge 

dec. pltf's brother. C.P. i. 235. 
, Grant to Sir Hen. North and his heirs, of purchase of site and 

grange of, late of Bury monastery, with free warren of conies there 

and other lands. 1614. S.P. 247. 

, Fine of, 1638. Woll. xi. 29. 

, Rent roll of, 1662. Tanner cclxxxiv. 66. 

, And fenns and waste. Right of common. Customs [John 

Inwood, lord of manor and Mr. Withers are mentd.]. Henry Warner 

and others v. Sir Henry North late Esq. now Bart. 30 Chas. II. 

at Mildenhall. Exch. dep. Do. John Ciste v. Sir Henry 

North. 
, Improvements in wastes and fences, &c., thrown down in night. 

Right of common, &c., &c. Henry Warner v. Richd. Booker and 

others. 36 Chas. II. at Newmarket. Exch. dep. 
MILDENHALL MANOR v. sub Cockfield Manor, &c., Felsham, Felsham 

Manor, &c., Undley, Undley Manor, &c., Westrowefeld, &c. 
MILDENHALL MANOR and CHURCH. Grant to Bury St. Edmund* 

Church. Chart. Rolls, 1 John pt. ii. 23, 114. To Abbot of Bury. 

Ib. 44 Hen. III. 4. 
, Sir Roger North, Lord North in right of Abbot of Bury v. Henry 

Warner in right of Robert Clarke as grantee as to specified land* 

and the parsonage barns. Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. to Pleadings. 

33 Eliz. 4. 



MUdenhalL 165 



. Commission touching temporal and spiritual possessions, 13 

Jac. I. M. Trin. Rec. Rot. 279. 

MILDENHALL CHURCH. S.I. i. 269, iv. 343. Notes on. Gent. M. 
1796 pt. ii. 542, 543. Windows in. A.J. liii. 19, 20. Bells. S.I. 
v. 275. Inscriptions on bells of. E.A. iv. 134. Font. S.I. i. 
272. Carvings on roof of. P.S. A., 2nd ser. xiv. 276. S.I. iv. 347. 
Extracts from Churchwardens' books. E.A. i. 185, 198. A 
* Soller ' at. Ib. iii. 159. Monuments in. Add. 19095. Sepulchral 
brasses (c. 1390-1618). Add. 32478, 32490. Inscription of Richard 
Baggoott (1424). Add. 32484. Drawings of parts of effigy of 
Sir Henry North at, by Kerrich. Add. 6728, 6729, 6747, 6756. 
Effigy of Sir Roger North. S.I. iv. 349. Account of remains of 
antiquity in churchyard with a plate. Arch. x. 477. Tower. 
S.I. iv. 349. Plate. S.I. ix. 228, 229. 
. Rector. Robertus, capeUanus, c. 1254. Eger. 441. 
. Vicarius, 1372. Ric. de Anloby. Add. Ch. 14548, 14549 : 
1375. Tho. de Kendale. Add. Ch. 14859. 

, Pardon to Thomas parson of, for not appearing to answer 

touching a debt. Pat. Rolls, 2 Rich. II. pt. ii. 25. 

, Presentation of Thomas Everard of, chaplain to the chantry 

founded by Master Edmund de Mildenhale in. 76. 4 Rich. II. 

pt. ii. 14. 

, Life grant to John Willesden and Robert Foster King's servants 

of 13. 16. 8 annuity out of rectory of, due from Bury Abbey to Battle 

Abbey, 1539. S.P. 1355. 

, Presentation (on nomination of Thos. Wodehouse) of Thos. 

Scot to perpetual vicarage of, 1541. S.P. 878 (90). 

. Vicarage. Tythes. [Thos. Skott and Mr. Wilkinson are 

mentd.] Henry Warner v. Robert Walle. 1588 at Mildenhall. 
Exch. dep. 

, Suit as to tithes as to lands formerly belonging to Bury Abbey 
and afterwards to Crown. Haggar v. Warner. Duchy of Lancaster. 
Cal. to Pleadings. 36 Eliz. 22. 

, Purchase by Fras. Gawdy and Edw. Latimer of portions of 

tithes of parsonage of, and of advowson, 1591. S.P. 13. 

, Docquet of presentation for Dr. James Wedderbourne to, 1628. 



S.P. 211. Presentation. Ib. 214. 
. Augmentation of Vicarage of. Trust Deed. 20 Geo. II. 7, 10. 

. Burials. 1855. L.G. 2499. 1856. L.G. 419. 
. Benefice. 1878. L.G. 2389. 1881. L.G. 859. 



166 MildenhalL 



MILDENHALL, Deanery of. Church Plate of. S.I. ix. 226. 

MILDENHALL and ASP ALLS MANOR. Attor.-Gen. v. Henry Warner 
as to Holmesey Meadow or Halle Meadow. Duchy of Lancaster. 
Cal. to Pleadings. 24 Eliz. 1. 

MILDENHALL (Mildnall) and ASPALLS MANORS. Petition of Sir Roger 
North, Lord North, to the Queen for Court Rolls and other evidences 
of title to. Ib. 25 Eliz. 1. 

MILDENHALL and BARROW. Grant for life to Roger Barre of the 
custody of a messuage and 5 acres in Mildenhall and 16 acres and 
IQd. in Barwe late of Sir Edward Cretyng in the King's hands. Pat. 
Rolls, 7 Rich. II. pt. i. 40. 

. 1 messuage and 16 acres of land. Thos. de Cretynge. I. P.M., 

7 Rich. II. 110. 

MILDENHALL, BARTON and HERRINGWELLE. Grant, John de Bradmer 
to Will, his nephew son of Adam Spyle and Edmund de Elwedon, 
chaplain, of lands in, and rents in (c. 1220-30). Bodl. Suff. Ch. 27. 

MILDENHALL and BARTON HALL. Sir Hy. Edw. Bunbury, 7th baronet 
of, a lieutenant-gen, and author, born 1778. D.N.B. vii. 265. 

MILDENHALL. (Aspall Manor in), FOENHAM, HAMGRAVE, RYSBY, 
BURY, WAFELD and FLEUTON. Thomas Walbar and John Bertram 
gave to Bury Abbey 70 acres in Mildenhall, the manor of Fornham 
All Saints called Alredes manor and other lands in. I.Q.D., 19-23 
Hen. VI. 84. 

MILDENHALL MANOR and ICKLINGHAM. Henry Warner Queen's 
farmer v. William Crakenthorpe and others, as to Commons and 
taking of conies with dogs and engines on Icklingham Common or 
Border. Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. to Pleadings. 32 Eliz. 1. 

MILDENHALL, LAKENHEATH and UNDLEY MANORS. Thomas Poolye 
and other tenants of Mildenhall Manor v. Andrew Perve and others 
as to common of pasture and turbary. Ib. 22 Eliz. 1. 

MILDENHALL and UNDLEY MANORS. Suit as to claim to fine and 
amerciaments. Hall v. Craske. Ib. 45 Eliz. 4. 

MILDENHALL. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 

MILDING al. Mildinge al. Mildyng v. Milden. 

MILDING al. Melding al. Meauling al. Mealing, and MILDMEY. 

Pedigrees. Add. 19142. 

MILDMAY (Robert). Petition to the Queen of, and other tenants praying 
for lease in reversion of certain manors and villages of which they are 
tenants in Suffolk, 13 Dec. 1591. Rep. on Salisbury MSS. pt. iv.. 
163. 



Military. 167 

MILECENT family. Arms. Harl. 1820. 

MILES of Woodbridge. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 

MILESON family of Bury St. Edmunds. S.I. ii. 281. Pedigree. Harl. 
1560. Add. 19142. 

MILFORD al. Milforde v. Melford. 

MILITARY and NAVAL MATTERS in SUFFOLK. Man-of-war built by 
County. 15 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. vii. 239. Expected invasion. 11 
Rep. pt. iii. 178, 13 Rep. pt. iv. 443, 447, 453, 466, 467. Insurrection 
in. 14 Rep. pt. viii. 131. Trained bands in. Ib. 143. Duke of 
Portland's MSS. i. 118. Levying of soldiers in. 7 Rep. 526. 
Muster rolls for. 3 Rep. 51. Soldiers of the Parl. in Suff. Duke 
of Portland's MSS. i. 156. Quota of archers to be raised in Suff. 
R.P. v. 232. Letters of John Vere E. of Oxenford and others to 
Card. Wolsey as to insurrection in Suff. Cotton Vesp. F. xiii. 
112. Names of Commissioners to array and take the muster for 
defence against invasion. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 47. Musters. 
10 Rep. pt, iv. 522, 523. 13 Rep. pt. iv. 428, 434-469. Militia, &c., 
in Suff. 11 Rep. pt. ii 200. Tax for militia. 13 Rep. 464. 
Treasures for maimed soldiers in Suff. Ib. 438. Exemption from 
services claimed by people of Suff. R.P. ii. 399. Port towns on 
coast claiming admiralty jurisdiction. 3 Rep. 79. 

, Commission to array men of, for defence against invasions. 

Pat. Rolls, 12 Edw. III. pt. ii. 15<J., pt. i. 30d. 

, Order of Ric. II. for levy of men in, 1386. Cotton Titus B. 4, 

3, v. 5. 

. Order for defence of Suff. 1545. Acts of P.C. 159. 

, Articles to be answered by the Commissioners of the Musters 

for increase and good order of Harquebuse3^ers in Suffolk. Harl. 
309. 

. Certificate of the whole service, 11 Eliz. for Suff. by Sir Nic. 

Bacon. Harl. 309. 

. Ditto 11 Eliz. by commissioners of Muster. Harl. 309. 

. Articles as to assessments towards arms and other warlike 

stores. 1570. Harl. 309. 

. Sir William Waldegrave's letter to justices to meet at Bury 

to consider archers, 1570. Harl. 309. 

. Agreements by Commissioners of Musters for increase of shott. 

t. Eliz. Harl. 309. 

. Other papers relating to Musters in Suffolk, 2 Eliz. Harl. 

309. 



1 68 Military. 

. General Muster in Sufi. Able men 7500. Armed men 3800. 

Pyoners 360. Demilances 20. High horses 160. t. Eliz. Rep. 

on Lord Montague of Beaulieu's MSS. 82. 
. Certificates of towns in Suff. as to " Armor of Aruies " temp. 

Eliz. Harl. 366. 

. As to mustering men in Suff. Copies of Letters, 1580. 76. 

. Order 25 Eliz. as to providing 310 corselets in Suffolk. Ib. 

. Schedule of men to be in readiness in Suff. 4000, Dec. 1583. 

15 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. v. 10. 

, Names of the, shot at Bury 1584 continued. Harl. 366. 

. Names of the trained Bowmen with their wages. Harl. 366. 

. Orders of Commissioners for Musters in Suffolk, May 1584. 

Harl. 366. 

f 300 men to be levied in Suff. and Norf. 1586. Acts of P.C. 56. 

. 500 shot to be provided from Suffolk, 1586. Acts of P.C. 240. 

. Account of 300 due to Edw. Carey towards transporting 300 

volunteers levied in Suff. and Norf. 1586. S.P., Addenda 179. 

. 150 soldiers to be levied in Suff. 1587. Acts of P.C. 118. 

. 2000 men levied in Suff. 1588. Acts of P.C. 171, 195. 

. 110 seamen to be levied in Suff. 1588. Acts of P.C. 246. 
. Warrant to Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk for levy of men for 

service abroad, 6 Oct. 1590. Rep. on Salisbury MSS. pt. iv. 66. 
. 150 men levied in Suff. to be sent into Normandy, 1591. Acts 

of P.C. 221, 243. 
. Commission to Sir Robert Drury to levy muster and arm 150 

or 200 men in Suffolk and march them to Harwich for the Cadix 

expedition, March 1596. Rep. on Salisbury MSS. pt. vi. 125, 126. 
. 200 men levied in Suff. for service in Ireland, 1598. Carew 

MSS. 283. 
. Letter from R. Lord North and other Justices of Suffolk to 

Earl of Essex as to 25 horses for service in Ireland, 17 Jan. 1598-9. 

Rep. on Salisbury MSS. pt. ix. 31. 
. Letter. Justices of Suff. to Earl of Essex as to defect of 

serviceable horses, 26 Jan. 1598-9. Ib. 44. 

. Letter as to musters for 25 horses out of Suff, 1599. S.P. 149. 

. Letter as to levying of 1,000 men, 1599. S.P. 278. 

. Voluntary horse 4 Aug. 1599. Names in Suffolk with numbers 

of lances and high horse. 15 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. v. 81, 84. 
. List of trained horse with names of captaias, Aug. 1599. Ib. 

104. also of foot bands. 76. 105. 



Military. 169 

. Levying of soldiers in Suff. for Low Countries, 15 Jac. I. Exch. 
Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 100. 

. Royal warrant to Earl of Suffolk for impressing soldiers, 19 
Oct. 1624. 13 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 441. 30 Nov. 1624. 76. 442. 

. Particulars as to trained bands for defending Coast, 13 Aug. 



1625. Ib. 443, &c. 

. Charges of the levy of 200 soldiers levied in Suff. 1625.S. P. 31. 

. Names of the Captains with the number of their bands who 

went to Tilbury Fort at the time of the Spanish armada. Tanner 

cccx. 154. 

. Returns of the trained bands. Tanner cxxi. 85. 

. Answer to articles relative to the soldiers 1625. Tanner cccxi. 

250. 

. Order as to exercise of trained bands. 1625-6. Tanner Ixxii. 102. 

. Order for the lodging and billeting of soldiers. Tanner cccxi. 

249. 

. Letter as to the musters of the County. Tanner cccxi. 245. 

. Instructions for ordering trained bands in Suff. 1626. S.P., 

Addenda 112. 
. Names of persons impressed in the several Hundreds, 29 Sept. 

1627. 13 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 451. 

. As to billeting of Soldiers in Suff, 1627-8. Ib. 452. 

. Certificate of names of such as have been long in contempt in 

Suff. for not finding horse and arms in troops of Sir Rich. Brooks 

Sir Wm. Plater and Mr. North, 1629. S.P., Addenda 333. 
. Magazine of powder match and bullets to be kept at Bury, 

Ipswich, Woodbridge and Beccles, 1629. S.P. 478. 

. Orders as to muster of trained bands, 1632, 1633, 1638-9 

Tanner Ixxi. 138, 156; Ixvii. 45, 47, 104, 111. 

. Order as to pay of officers and soldiers, 1632. Tanner Ixxi. 168. 

. Letter to Sir Rob. Crane as to trained bands, 1635-6. Tanner 

Ixx. 81. 
. Discharge to the deputy lieutenants for recruits sent to the 

North. Tanner Ixvii. 102. 
. Letter of Theophilus Howard Earl of Suff. to Sir Thos. Crane 

of the deputy lieut. of Suff. relative to trained bands, 1636-39. 

Tanner Ixvii. 47, 111 ; Ixx. 81. 

. Warrant to impress men, 1640. Tanner Ixv. 77. 

. Letter from committee at Bury as to arrears of pay due to 

troops. Tanner Ixiv. 107. 



1 70 Military. 

. Letter as to difficulty of raising forces. Tanner Ixii. 237. 

. Order for providing horses out of, 1642. 5 Rep. Hist. Com. 59. 

, Order to retain 4000 for defence of, 1642. Ib. 56. 

, Forces raised in, 1642. Ib. 40, 61. 7 Rep. 38fe. 

, Order for watches to be kept in, 1642. 76. 43. 

. Order from H.C. for tendering propositions for raising men and 

arms in the County of Suffolk, 18 Car. I. H.L. v. 244, 245. 

. Forces raised in Suff. 1643. 5 Rep. Hist. Com. 104. 

. Mercurius Civicus, London's Intelligence, containing pro- 
ceedings of the Army and Navy and particulars respecting the 
county of Suffolk with other counties. 1643. 

. Serg-Major General Lawrence Crawford appointed captain 

of troop of horse consisting of 100 raised in Suff. 1643-44. 
S.P. 11. 

. An Ordinance of Parliament for defence. 1644. 

. Horse to be raised by Suff. 1645. 8 Rep. Hist. Com. 8. 

. Conference touch. Parliament forces in Suff. 1645. Ib. pt. ii. 62. 

. Petition from the County of Suffolk relative to the disbanding 

of the Army, 22 Car. I. H.L. ix. 18. 

. Order for raising 16000 for the payment of the Forces belong- 
ing to the County of Suffolk, 24 Car I. H.L. x. 397, 398. 

. Troops from Suffolk engaged in Siege of Colchester, 1648. 14 

Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ix. 284, 285, 286, 287. 

. List of the field officers and captains of regiments of horse 

and foot in the County, 1655. Rawl. A. 23. 

. Militia. Copies of correspondence and instructions of James 

Howard Earl of Suffolk to Lord Cornwallis relative to, and the 
payment of the subsidy to the Crown, 1661 and 1664. Add. 
20148. 

. List of Militia officers and deputy lieutenants, 1680. 11 Rep. 

Hist. Com. pt. iii. 200. 

. Letter from a country gentleman to his neighbours in Suffolk 

relating to, 1578, fol. 

. Geo. III. letter to Grenville approving of his correspondence 

with Duke of Grafton on the recommendation of Mr. Waring to a 
company in the Western battalion of, 30 Aug. 1789. 13 Rep. Hist. 
Com. pt. iii. 498. 

MILLER (Bart.), MILLER of Bungay, &c. of Walsham. Add. 19142. 

MILLER (Richard). Grant of right to hold a Court Leet in Suff. 14 
Jac. I. 4 Pars O. Rot. 121. 



Misterton. 171 

MILLES of Cockfield. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 

MILLESCENT family Arms ticked. Tanner cclvii. 153. 

MILLS of Bury of Gt. Bealings of Saxham and MILXER. Pedigrees. 
Add. 19142. 

MILTON. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 

MINERALS. Will. Duke of Suff. and Jo. Lematon to account for the 
15th of gold and 15th of Silver for 50 years, 27 Hen. VI. 
O. Rot. 13. 

MTNGAY and MINCOT. Pedigrees. Add. 19142. 

MINISTERS. Complaints of, in Suffolk. Harl. 166. Ejected, 1643-4. 
S.I. ix. 307. Cambridge St. John's Coll. S. 21. Names. Tanner 
cxxxv. 172. Walker, Collection of ; ejected. Bodl. 10889, 10883. 
A Petition to Lords of the Council on behalf of, t. Eliz. (written by 
J. Stowe). Harl. 367. Names of several of the Clergy in Sancroft's 
time. Tanner cxxxvii. 47. Accounts. D.K.R. 20. App. pp. 
100, 102, 106-134. Rolls of accounts of, 27 and 28 Hen. VIII. 
to 19 Car. I. Ib. p. 86. 

MTNSER. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 

MINSMERE v. sub Westleton. 

MINSMERE (Mynmysmere) MANOR al. Skottes v. sub Westleton, 
Westleton Manor. 

MINSMERE LEVEL (The) in Parishes of Leiston withSizewell, Theberton, 
Dunwich, Westleton, and Middleton-cum-Fordley Embanking 
and draining. 50 Geo. III. c. 81. 

MINSTER family. Arms. Harl. 1103. 

MINSTERCHAMBER of Stuston from Hunt. Pedigree. Add. 5524. 
Harl. 155 : 1103 : 1177 : 1449 : 1560 ; with arms in trick, 1561. 
Rawl. B. 422. Add. 19142. 

MINSTRE MANOR. John Lovell. I.P.M., 37 Hen. III. 22. 

MINT at Hadleigh. S.I. iii. 23, 289. 

MINTS. Suffolk mints t. Anglo-Saxon period to Edw. III. Town 
pieces and tradesmen- tokens from the Commonwealth [1648] 
to 1672 with engraved examples. Also the currency tokens issued 
in the reign of Geo. III. By Fitch, Ipswich, 1845. Autograph. 
Add. 23961. 

MIRGRANT al. Neirgrant family. Arms. Harl. 1449. 

MIRIHILL or Miriel. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 

MISCELLANEA, Bags of Suffolk, removed from Chapter House West- 
minster to P.R.O. D.K.R. 21. App. p. 19. 

MISTERTON and MITCHELL. Pedigrees. Add. 19142. 



172 Mil ford. 

MITFOBD (Rev. John) B.A. 1781-1859, Vicar of Benhall. " Agnes, 
the Italian Captive," a Poem, 1811, 8w. With Works of Thomas 
Grey. 1814, 8w. Edited the Gentlemen's Magazine from 1834- 
1850. D.N.B. xxxviii. 78. 

MITHELEKEK, &c. v. sub Kirton. 

MOCKEALL v. sub Market Weston, &c. 

MOESE. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 

MOHANTESDALL. Land in, Robert de Monte Alto. I.P.M., 3 Edw. I. 
29. 

MOLETON al. Moletona, al. Molton v. Moulton. 

MOLINER al. Mulliner, MOLINES (Lord) and MOLINGTON. Pedigrees. 
Add. 19142. 

MOLLINQTON al. Molyngton family. Arms. Add. 5524. Harl. 1449. 
Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 182. 

MOLSTON family. Arms. Add. 5524. 

MONASTERIES. Original Book of Suppressed, t. Hen. VIII. Exchequer 
of Accounts. 1st Report on Pub. Records (1800) 180. Particulars 
of suppression of. Tanner xii. 71, cv. 42, 46, 51, 54, 55, 57, cccxliii. 
Inventories (1536). S.I. viii. 85. List of deeds of surrender in 
Augmentation office. Rawl. C. 438. Leases of religious houses t. 
Hen. VIII. 76. 438. Docketbook of pensions granted after 
dissolution, with grants of Abbey lands Hen. VIII. and Edw. I. 
Rawl. C. 134. Commission to inquire respecting possessions of, 
6 Edw. VI. D.K.R. 49. App. p. 211. Ib. Rep. 9. App. ii. p. 
245. Particulars of lands, &c., formerly belonging to, with notes 
of sales, 1609-18. Rawl. B. 253. Index. Monasticus of the 
Diocese of Norwich by Rich. C. Taylor. Lond. 1821, fol. Ib. 
Rep. 9. App. ii. p. 245. 

MONCEAUX. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 

MONCHESEY'S CROFT v. sub Groton. 

MONDHAM v. Mendham. 

MONEGEDENE al. Monegheden v. Monewden. 

MONEWDEN (Mangedena, Monegedene, Monegheden, Moneweden, 
Monewedon, Monghedon, Monoewedne, Munegadena, Munehedene, 
Mungadena, Mungedena, Munnehedene). 

, Thos. Armiger and Chas. Reve of, admitted at Caius College. 

E.A. (N.S.) i. 255, 350, ii. 30. 

. Lands of Robert Malet. A freeman held as a manor 1 carucate 

in K.E.'s time. 3a. meadow and now Humphrey holds and there 
is a freeman under him with 5a. Dom. 3256. 



Monewden. 173 



. Lands of Roger de Poictou. Ulmar a freeman held in K.E.'s 

time as a manor 1 carucate and 40a. 3a. meadow. And in K.E.'s 

time were 14 freemen and a half (now 10) with 84a. A church with 

30a. and la. meadow. And a freeman held Ja. Dom. 3476. 
. Lands of St. Eihddreda. A freeman and in Charsfield another 

with 18a. Dom. 3886. 
. Lands of the Countess of Albamarle. 5a. and in Charsfield 3a 

Dom. 431. 
, John de Mungeden held half a fee of the Honor of Lancaster in. 

T. de N. 291. 
, Grants, &c., in, t. Hen. III. Lansd. 69 : 1309. Add. Ch. 

10302 : 1314. Add. Ch. 10272 : 1418. Add. Ch. 10282 : 1433. 

Add. Ch. 10327. 
, Free warren in, John de Welond. Chart. Rolls, 43 

Hen. III. 3. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands in, t. Edw. I. or II. Bundle 994 

No. 20. 

. Held by Thomas de Weyland, 1290. R.P. i. 466. 

. Obtained by Earl Marshal through a packed Jury. Ib. 

. A new Inquest granted touching it. Ib. 

, Half a fee in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife 

I.P.M., 35 Edw. I. 46. 
, Commission on complaint by Ralph de Monte Hermerii touch. 

the persons who broke his park at. Ib. 11 Edw. II. pt. i. 

32d. 
, Land in, Adomarus de Valencia, E. of Pembroke and Maria 



his wife. I.P.M., 17 Edw. II. 75. 
, John Snork of, parson of Chapel of St. Margaret Penyngton 

and afterwards of Ch. of St. Nicholas Dunwich. Pat. Rolls, 17 

Edw. III. pt. ii. 28. 

, Land in, Oliver de Ingham. I.P.M., 18 Edw. III. 49. 

, Land in, Maria wife of Thomas de Brotherton E. of Norf. 76. 

36 Edw. III. pt. ii. 9. 
, 20s. rent in exchange for 40 acres in Tostoke. Thomas de 

Naunton for Sibton Abbey. Ib. 41 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 5. 
, Licence enabling Thomas de Naunton to give to the Abbey and 

convent of Sibton 20*. rent in, in exchange for a mill and certain 

other tenements in Tostoke. O., 42 Edw. III. 33. 
. Half a fee, Wm. de Ufford, Earl of Suffi and Joan his wife. 

I.P.M., 5 Ric. II. 57. 



174 Monewden. 

. Half a fee. John duke of Norf. 76. 11 Hen. VI. 43. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1458-1477. John Chap- 
man fol. 237. William Green fol. 230. John Sergeant 

fol. 40. 

, Fees in, John duke of Norf. I.P.M., 19 Edw. IV. 73. 

. Chancery Action : John Hastinges v. Wm. Pepes. C.P. 

ser. ii. B. Ixxxv. 71. 

, Will of Margaret Syer of, 1653. Cur. Proarog. Cant. 382 Brent. 

1 Will of George Stebbing of, 1658. Arch. Suff. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 7 Jan. 1881. L.G. 64. 

MONEWDEN v. sub Brandeston Manor, Brandeston, &c., Eye Manor, 

Fressingfield, &c. 
MONEWDEN MANOR. Roll of Free Tenants, copyholders and Rental 

of manor. The book of Lord George. Camb. St. John's Coll. 

S. 40. 
, Commission touch, a moiety of, late of Thomas de Weylaund 

who abjured the realm for a felony which is claimed as an escheat 

both by Edmund the King's brother as of the fee of Lancaster, and 

by Roger le Bigod E. of Norfolk. Pat. Rolls, 19 Edw. I. 

12d. 
, Letters Patent appointing Roger Brabazun and John de Meting- 

ham to hear the imparlance betw. Roger le Bigod Earl of Norf. 

and Edmund the King's brother, touch, claim to moiety of, lately 

belonging to Thomas de Weylond who abjured the realm for felony, 

1291. D.K.R. 31. App. p. 16. 
, Inquiry touch, a moiety of, and of the fee of Lancaster late of 

Thomas de Weyland who abjured the realm for felony claimed by 

Edmund, the King's brother and also by Roger le Bigod E. of Norf. 

Pat. Rolls, 22 Edw. I. 23d. 
, Moiety of, held by Roger le Bigod, E. of Norf. of Edmund E. 

of Lancaster. I.P.M., 25 Edw. I. 51. 
, Grant by Thomas ap Adam son and heir of Sir John ap Adam 

to Lady Isabella de Hastinges late wife of Robert de Monte Her- 

merii of, with the advowson of the church for her life. Close Rolls, 

19 Edw. II. 31rf. 
, Licence for Thomas ap Adam to grant to Thomas de Berkeleye 

Margaret his wife and the heirs of Thomas, with the advowson of 

the Church of the same manor held in chief. Pat. Rolls, 4 Edw. III. 

pt. i. 32. 
. Isabella de Hastyngges. I.P.M., 9 Edw. III. 44. 



Monk's Bradfield. 175 



, Order to escheator not to intermeddle with, as Isabella de 

Hastynges held same at her death and it is held of Thomas Earl of 
Norfolk by the service of a moiety of a knight's fee and Hugh de 
Hastynges, Isabella's son is her next heir and of full age. Close 
Rolls, 9 Edw. III. 32. 

. With advowson of church. Hugo de Hastyngs and Anna his 

wife. 76. 10 Rich. II. 21 ; John Hastyngs. Ib. 17 Edw. IV. 
43. 

. Chancery actions : John Goldinge v. John Hastinges. C.P. 

ser. ii. B. Ixxv. 15. Robert Stebbinge v, John Hastynges. 76. 
B. clvii. 16. B. clxv. 1. All touching copyholds of. 

MONEWDEN CUM SuLYARDS MANOR v. sub Cretingham. 

MONEWDEN CHTTRCH. Sketch of north side of. Add. 8987. Monu- 
ments in. Add. 19096, 19097. Sepulchral brasses (1587, 1595). 
Add. 32484, 32490. of William Reve (1587). Add. 32484. Plate. 
S.I. ix. 190. 

, Land in M. and, Thomas de Weylond felon. I.P.M., 18 Edw. I 

51. 

. Presentation of John de Drokeneford to, in King's gift by reason 

of lands of Thomas de Weylaund who has abjured the realm for 
felony being in his hands. Pat. Rolls, 18 Edw. I. 33. 

, Presentation of John son of John Warde of Hoo upon resignation 

of Peter Boteturte to. Pat. Rolls, 5 Edw. II. pt. i. 7. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 256, 280. 

. Order for the Rev. Thomas Fowle to be instituted, 23 Car. I. 

H.L. ix. 526. 

. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 3216. 

MONEWDEN, CLOPTON, MIDDLETON. Order to escheator not to 
intermeddle with lands in, late of Aymer de Valencia E. of Pem- 
broke, and partitioned in favour of Lawrence son and heir of John 
de Hastyng a minor. Close Rolls, 18 Edw. II. 10. 

MONEWDEN, HACHESTON, KETILBEARE, CHASFELD, CHEDISTON, 
ESTONE, COKELEYE, CRAINSFORD, FRAMLINQHAM AT CASTLE and 
KELISHALE. Thos. Duke of Norf. I.P.M., 1 Hen. IV. 716. 

MONEWDEN. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 

MONEY of Somerleyton and of Sternfield. Pedigrees. Add. 
19142. 

MONHALT family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii.|183. 

MONK'S BRADFIELD v. Bradfield St. George. 



176 Monks Eleigh. 



MONKS ELEIGH (Eligh, Illanlege, Illea Monachorum, Illeghe Mona- 
ohorum, Illege, Illey, Monches Illy, Monckisillegh, Monkesillegh, 
Monkesilleighe, Monkseely, Monkys Illey, Monkysyllegh, Mun- 
kesillegh). 

, Witchcraft at. E.A. i. 48. 

, Bequest of land at, to Christ Ch. Canterbury, post 991. Harl. 

43 C. 7. 

. Lands of Abp. Lanfranc. Holy Trinity held in K.E.'s time 

6 carucates as a manor. 12a. meadow 1 mill. A church living 
with 22a. Dom. 373. 

, The Prior of Holy Trinity Canterbury held pleas and claimed 

warren in. H.R. ii. 143, 153, 195. 

. Walter le Botiller v. Nicholas de Lelleseye and John Fitz- 

William, touch, land. Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. I. I8d. 

, Agnes la Wedewe v. Stephen le Fevre, touch, a tenement in. 

Ib. 4 Edw. I. Qd. 

, Alan le Pestor v. Roger de Coleuill and others, touch, a tene- 
ment in. Ib, 6 Edw. I. 25d. 

, Lettice daughter of Robert Adam, v. Gilbert, son of William 

Adam, touch, possess, in. Ib. 9 Edw. I. 25d. 

, John de Bosco of, mentioned. Ib. 24 Edw. I. 19rf. 

, Margaret who was wife of Reginald de Illegh recovered seisin 



against William de Basingham of a moiety of one acre in. 0., 28 

Edw. I. 21. 
, Free warren in, William de Boyton. Chart. Rolls, 32 Edw. I. 

24. 
, Land in, Priory Christ Church Canterbury. I.Q.D., 15 Edw. II. 

56. 
, Land in, Robt. de Bures and Hillaria his wife. I. P.M., 6 Edw. 

HI. 55. 

, William Page of, mentioned, Pat. Rolls, 15 Rich. II. pt. i. 5d. 

, Pardon of outlawry to Robert Talbot of, ' husbandman.' Ib. 3 

Hen. VI. pt. i. 21. 

, William Dust of, mentioned. Ib. 6 Hen. VI. pt. i. 26. 

, Messuage and land in, enfeoffed for Robt. Talbot. E.C.P., 

21-28 Hen. VI. 15, 196. 
, Land in, Amice wife of Jas. Earl of Wilts. I. P.M., 35 Hen. VI. 

16. 
, Pardon of outlawry to Rich. Hoberd of. Pat. Rolls, 6 Edw. IV. 

pt. i. 24. 



Monks Eleigh. 177 



, A messuage called ' Stakwoodes ' in, with 30s. held of Prior of 

Canterbury as of manor of Monkes Yllegh by fealty and 4s. rent 

vested in trustees to use of Thomas Spryng who d. 28 Sept. 2 Hen. 

VII. and Thomas Spryng aged 30 son and heir. Inquis. 2 Hen. 

VII. 234. 
, Riot and assault at. Henry Mawyn v. William Hobard. Star 

C.P., Hen. VIII. Bundle 17, 206. 
, Forcible entry, assault, and damage at, Stanesby v. Wryght. 

/&. 28, 67. 
, Grants, &c., in, 1556. Harl. 50 : 1589. Harl. 50, 53 : 1631. 

Harl. 49 : 1665. Slo. xxxii. 61. 
, Precipe on a covenant cone. Boyton Hall manor, &c., in, 1596, 

Add. Ch. 25498. 

. Charity. A.D. 1654. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 22, No. 18. 

, Petition of Wm. Powell of, butcher, for 80. 10s. recovered 

on outlawry of Saml. Mynns of Chelsworth, 1732. T. B. and P. 

289, 295, 302. 

. Fair abolished 4 April 1873. L.G. 1823. 
. Included in the Lavenham Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1620. 
. Chapel registered for marriages 1870. L.G. 2159. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1696. 
MONKS ELEIGH v. sub Bradfield, &c., Hitcham, &c., Holton, &c., 

Preston, &c., Swift's Manor. 

MONKS ELEIGH MANOR. Services and customs of. Add. 6159, 6160. 
, Given by Brithnoth with Lallyng to Canterbury. 8 Rep. Hist. 

Com. 322. 

MONKS ELEIGH MANOR v. sub Hadleigh Manor, &c., Milden. 
MONKS ELEIGH CHURCH. Notes on. Add. 5829. Tanner cccx. 

194. Epitaphs in. Add. 21032. Monuments in. Add. 19077, 

19078. E.A. vi. 366. Inscriptions in. Add. 8168. Monuments 

where altar should stand ordered to be removed by Laud (1635). 

Tanner cxl. 169. Plate. S.I. ix. 31. 
, Presentation of William Baker to, 12 Car. II. Patent Rolls, 

D.K.R. 46. App. i. p. 22. 
MONK'S FARM. Parcel of possessions of Thomas Duke of Norfolk. 

Valuation, 1 Edw. VI. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 245. 
MONKS HALL MANOR v. sub Downham. 
MONKES LONDS v. sub Hawstead. 
MONKS MELFORD MANOR v. sub Melford (Long) Manor. 

M 



178 Monk-Soham. 



MONK-SOHAM (Monk-Saham, Saham Monachorum). 

. Land of St. Edmund. St. Edmund held in K.E.'s time as a 

manor 1 carucate. 6a. meadow. A church with 50a. Dom. 

368. 
. Land of St. Ethddreda. A freeman held 1 carucate and 5a. 

meadow. Dom. 385. 
. Land of Hugh de Montfort. Oslac the thane held in K.E.'s time 

as a manor 1 carucate. Roger de Candos now holds it. 4a. meadow 

4056. 
, Elena daughter of Peter le Pestur v. Adam le Charpenter, touch 

a messuage and land in. Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. I. 16d. 

, Release in, 1293. Add. Ch. 9529. 

, Ralph parson of, king's chaplain mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 22 

Edw. I. 7. 
, Licence for alienation in mortmain by Nicholas de Stystede of 

6s. rent in, to Richard de Kymberlee parson of the Ch. of. Ib, 11 

Edw. II. pt. ii. 32. 
, 1 messuage 70 acres of land 4 meadow and 20s. rent in. Galfridus 

de Carleton. I.P.M., 14 Edw. II. 14. 

, Land, &c., in. Ivo de Kenton. Ib. 29 Edw. III. 1. 

, Land in, Adam de Hautboys and others for Butley Priory. Ib. 

39 Edw. III. 31. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1458-1477. William 

Brooke fol. 8. John Chapman fol. 28. John Geldgett fol. 17. 
, Particulars of farm in, for grant to Anthony Rous, 37 Hen. VIII. 

D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 263. 
. Chancery suits : John Campe v. Robt. Fanner. C.P. ser. ii. 

B. xliii. 52. Robt. Grymble and others v. Thos. Bedyngefeld. Ib. 

B. Lsxvi. 42. Robt. Grymble and others v. Lawrence Lynge. Ib. 

46. Robt. Grymble and others v. Wm. Methwold and another. 

Ib. B. Ixxvii. 65. 

, Inclosure in. 11 and 12 Viet. c. 27 (Pvb.). 

. Schools. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 

1704. 
MoNK-SoHAM v. svb Ashfield, &c., Bedfield Manor, Carlton, &c., 

Debenham, &c., Eye Monastery. 
MONK-SOHAM MANOB. Compotus-rolls of (bel. to Bury St. Edmunds 

Abbey) 1379-80. Add. Ch. 10449 : 1391-1394. Add. Ch. 10450 : 

1394-5. Add. Ch. 10451 : 1401-2. Add. Ch. 10452 : 1414-16. 

Add. Ch. 10453, 10454 : 1426-7. Add. Ch. 10455. 



Montchensey . 179 



, Papers relating to, 1389-1647. Included are Court-books 

1582-1572 a valuation taken 16 Oct. 1597 Observations on 

fines and customs extracts from court rolls, &c. Add. 23959. 
, Extracts from the books and rolls of, 35 Ed. I. 39 Eliz. 

[1306-1597] with pleadings in an action at law in re Robert Hawes 

and Lionel Tallemache. Add. 21049. 

. Sir Anthony Rous d. 8 Feb. 1545 and Thomas son and heir. 

I.P.M., 1 Edw. VI. 
, Action by John Beddingfield v. Edw. Taylor cone, lands held 

of, the inheritance of plaintiff and his ancestors, Lionel Talmage, 

being lord of. C.P. i. 112. 

, Action by Robert Hawes and Robert Mayhenghe against 

Lyonell Tallmache and John White to establish a fine certain on 

alienation of land in Muncksoame held of deft, as of. C.P. ii. 33. 
MoNK-SoHAM CHTTKCH. Monuments in. Add. 19091, 19092. 
, Presentation of Edmund de Burnedish to. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. 

III. pt. i. 19. 
, Presentation of William Vynt parson of a mediety of Ch. of 

All Saint's Stanton to, in King's gift Bury Abbey being in his hand. 

Ib. 13 Rich. II. pt. i. 15. 
. Valuation of Rectory, 37 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 

203. 
. Articles against certain persons for profane behaviour at Holy 

Communion, 1636. Tanner Ixviii. 104. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 5216. 
MONK-SOHAM and ULMESTONE SAKEFELDES MANORS. Wm. Lawgh- 

ton and Mary his wife v. Lionel Talmage and another, touch, copy- 
hold of. C.P., ser. ii. B. cix. 12. 
MONNINGS. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 
MONNYNGE (John). Rich. Estall v. Edm. Aplewhayte and Thomasine 

his wife touch, personal estate of. C.P., ser. ii. B. lix. 82. 
MONOUX al. Moris family. Arms. Harl. 1449. 
MONSEY, MONSON (Lord), MONTACUTE. Pedigrees. Add. 19142. 
MONTAGU. Pedigree and arms. Tanner cclvii. 56. Add. 19142. 
MONTAGU (Henry), 1st Earl of Manchester. Letter to the Subsidy 

Commissioners of Suffolk, 1629. Add. 21039. 
MONTAGUE, MONTALT and MONTCHENSEY. Pedigrees. Add. 19142. 
MONTCHENSEY al. de Montecaniso. Genealogical note on family. 
Rawl. B. 66. 



180 Monte. 

MONTE ALTO (Robert de). The King took homage of brother and 

heir of Roger de Monte Alto of all lands which Roger his brother 

held of the King in chief. 0., 25 Edw. I. 5. 
, Acknowledges that he owes John de Handlo 140 marks to be 

levied in default on his lands in Suff. Close Rolls, 7 Edw. II. 28d ; 

and 400 to Richard But. 76. 11 Edw. II. 12d. ; and 300 to John 

Walewayn. Ib. 1. 
, Acknowledges that he owes Queen Isabella 20,000 marks to be 

levied in default on his lands in Suffolk. 76. 1 Edw. III. pt. i. 6d. 
MONTE ALTO (Sir Robert de) acknowledges that he owes Thomas Cok 

104. 1 Is. 8d. to be levied in default on his lands in Suff. 76. 6 Edw. II. 

23d. 
MONTE MARTINI (Ponsardus de) parson of the Church of Westbrigg* 

dio. of Norwich acknowledges that he owes James de Anisio 20 

marks to be levied in default on his lands in Suff. 76. 7 Edw. II. 

2ld. 
MONTFORD (Henry Lord). Act to enable purchase of lands in SufL 

15 Geo. II. c. 5. 
MONTFORD (Thomas Lord). Act to vest real estates comprised in 

settlement in Suff. in trustees for sale. 16 Geo. III. c. 111. 
MONTFORGE v. sub Carlton Colville, &c. 
MONTFORT, MONTGOMERY, MONTHERMER and MONTPELERS. Pedigrees. 

Add. 19142. 
MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS in Suffolk Churches. Harl. 6724 ; 6762 : 

Add. 15520 ; 21032. 
. See J. S. Cotman's Sepulchral Brasses in Norfolk and Suffolk 

[Yarmouth]. 1816, fol. relating to Suff. Rev. Edm. Farrer, 

Nov. 1903. 8vo. 

MONUMENTS in various Churches since Weever. Tanner cccxi. 117. 
MOODY family. Pedigree. E.A. (N.S.) ii. 38. of Ipswich of Moul- 

ton. Pedigrees. Add. 19142. 
MOODY (Samuel) of Bury. Letter of, to [Framl. Gawdy] 23 June 163L 

10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 135. to Anthony Rawlyns, 19 Aug, 1632. 

Ib. 139. 

MOOR v. avJb Stoke by Clare. 
MOORE PLACE v. sub Brockford, &c. 
MOORE family. S.I. ii. 71, 82, 96. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 183. 

of Kentwell Hall and of Pakenham. Pedigrees. Add. 19142. 

of Stanstead. Pedigree. Harl. 155, 1103, 1177, 1449, 1560: with 

arms in trick, 1561. Rawl. B. 422. Add. 19142. 



Morley. 181 

MOORE (Rev. James Lovell). Incumbent of Denham. Views of the 
External Evidences of the Christian Religion. 8vo. 1791. On the 
Plenary Inspiration of the New Test. 8vo. 1793. The Columbiad, 
a poem. 8vo. 1798. Commentaries on the Corruptions of the Roman 
Catholic Religion. 12mo. 1811. 

MOORS and MARSHES. Incorporation as Governors, &c., of Society 
of Conservators of, in Suff. to Francis Earl of Bedford and others, 
1633. Chancery. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 480. 

MOPTYD. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 

MORANT (Alfred W.). Paper read at Bury St. Edmunds 1869, on the 
Abbey. Illustrated. Bury St. Edmunds. 

MORDEN and MORE of Needham. Pedigrees. Add. 
19142. 

MOREHALL MANOR v. sub Ash, Campsey Ash, Playford. 

MORELLYS v. sub Ixworth Priory. 

MOREREVE v. sub Waldingfield Manor. 

MORESTTTNA al. Morston al. Mosston t/. Moston Hall in Trimley St. 
Martin. 

MOREVES al. Marres al. Morvies al. Marieux MANOR. Grant to Henry, 
earl of Essex and Isabel, countess of Essex, and her heirs in part 
satisfaction of the Will of Edmund late E. of March making pro- 
vision for the said Isabel then his wife niece of the said Earl. Pat. 
Rolls, 1 Edw. IV. pt. v. 14. 

MOREVES MANOR v. sub Acton, &c. (Morefer), Waldingfield, Walding- 
field, Great. 

MORGAN. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 

MORIEITJS or Morieux family. Arms. Add. 5524. Harl. 1449. 
Pedigree. Add. 19142. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 
154. 

MORIFE or Morise family from London. Short pedigree with arms 
in trick, 1561. Rawl. B. 422. 

MORIS v. Monoux. 

MORITANIA, MORTAIGN or Moreton. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 

MORLEGH (William de). The King committed to, all the lands 
which belonged to John de Anelers deceased. O., 16 Edw. I. 
24. 

MORLEY of Saxham and LORD MORLEY. Pedigrees. Add. 19142. 
Queen's Ixxi. 

MORLEY (James), ROBERT and WILLIAM FOSTER. Grant to, of lands 
in Suff. 14 Jac. I. 3 Pars O. Rot. 2. 



182 Morley. 

MORLEY (Rev. John) assistant curate of Woodbridge afterwards Rector 

of Bradfield-cum-Bust and Curate of St. Clement's with St. Helen's 

Ipswich. National Depravity a cause of National Calamity, a fast 

sermon. 1812, Svo. Discourses, Devotional and Practical. 1815, 8t>o. 

MORLEY (Lord) v. Parker (Sir Will.). Commission for John Penley 

and Thomas Canceler to be Rec'vors to, and to deliver yearly 25O 

marks for building of the College of Windsor. &c., 1 May, 1 Edw. VI. 

Harl. 433. 
MORLEY (Thomas Lord). Release from, and others of lands in Suff. 

1436. Add. Ch. 2016. 
MORLKY (Sir William). Order from H.C. to discharge his estate in 

Suffolk from Sequestration, 19 Car. I. H.L. vi. 308, 309. 
MORRELL family of Ipswich and London. Short Pedigree. 1634. 

Rawl. B. 314. 
MORRICE (Francis) and FRANCIS PHELIPPS. Grant to, of lands in 

Suff. 7 Jac. I. 1 Pars 0. Rot. 2. 9 Jac. I. 6 Pars 0. Rot. 42. 

10 Jac. I. 5 Pars O. Rot. 21, 22. 11 Jac. I. 6 Pars 0. Rot. 98 and 

4 Pars 0. Rot. 35. 
MORRICE (Francis) and MICHAEL COLE. Grant to. of land in Suff. 12 

Jac. I. 1 Pars 0. Rot. 6 ; 7 Pars O. Rot. 135. 
MORRIS of Hdmingham from London. Pedigree. Harl. 891 : 1449 r 

1560. Add. 19142. of Wantisden. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 
MORRISON and MORSE of Lound. Pedigrees. Add. 19142. 
MORTIMER v. sub Preston Manor. 
MORTIMER (E. of March) of Attleburgh and MORTLOCK. Pedigrees* 

Add. 19142. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 183. 
MORTON v. sub Helmingham. 
MORTON. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 
MORTON (Richd.) M.D. b. in Suff. d. 1698. Works : Phthisiologia 

sive Exercitationes de Phthisi. Lond. 1689, 1696, Svo. FrancL 

1690, 12mo. Ulm. 1714, 12mo. In English. London, 1694. 1720, 

Svo. Pyretologia, sive de Morbis Universalibus Acutis. Lond. 

1692, 1693, Svo. Bern. 1693, Svo. 2nd part printed Lond. 1694, 

Svo. Pyretologia, sive Febribus Inflammatoriis Universalibus,. 

Variolis, &c. In two parts. 1692-94, Svo. Opera Omnia. Genev. 

1695, 4to. " De Febribus Variolis, etc." Lond. 1694, Svo. Opera 

Omnia. Amst. 1696, 3 vols. Svo. 1699, 4 vols. Svo. Lyon, 1697, 4to. 

Genev. 1727, 4to. Venet. 1733, 4/o. And with various additions 

from Harris, Leigh, Le Tellier and Sidobre. Lyon, 1737, 2 vola., 

4<o., 1754, 4to. 



Motdton. 183 

MORTYMERS in Preston v. sub Bures. 

MORTYMERS v. s'ub Clare. 

MOSELEY. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 

MOSELEY (Richard) son of Richard. Licence of entry on lands in 

Suff. 1633. Chancery. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 471. 
MOSELL al. Mossell. Pedigree. Add. 19142. Harl. 1449, 1560. 
Moss EN MANOR v. svb Walton-cum-Trimley Manor. 
MOSTIN (Roger) and others. Lease to, of lands in Suff. 36 Eliz. 3 

Pars O. Rot. 29. 

MOSTON HALL in Tiimley v. sub Trimley St. Martin. 
MOSWELL al. Mosell. Pedigree. Harl. 1560 ; with arms. Tanner 

cclvii. 248. Add. 19142. 
MOTFORD v. Mutford. 

MOTHAM and MOTT of Carlton. Pedigrees. Add. 19142. 
MOTHESTUNA v. Moston Hall in Trimley St. Martin. 
MOTYNGHAM v. Mettingham. 
MOULTON (Moleton, Moletone, Molton, Muletona, Muletone, Muletuna 

Multon). 

, Mound opened at. S.I. i. 217. 

f Robert Carre of, admitted at Caius College. E.A. (N.S.) i. 19. 

. Lands of Archbp. Lanfranc. Stigand held as a manor in K.E.'s 

time 7 carucates. 8a. meadow. Dom. 3726. 
, Sir Robert de Agnellis held 1 fee in, of the Honor of Gloucester, 

1210-12. Red Book of the Exchequer, 132B. 

, Sir Rich, de Greinville held 1 fee in, 1210-12. 76. 

. The heirs of Adam de Kokefeld held 2 fees, 1210-12. Red 

Book of the Exchequer, 230rf. 
, Robert de Cokefeld held a fee in, of the Honor of Glovernie. 

T. de N. 292. 
, Master Radolphus de Agneus held a knight's fee in, of the same 

honor. 76. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands of Roger Bigod E. of Norf. in, 53 

Hen. III. 5 Edw. I. Bundle 1002, No. 17, 18. 
, Adam de Cokefeld and Robt. de Dyvenes held 1 knight's feo 

in, of the Earl Glovernie and he of the King in chief. H.R. ii. 

151. 
, Earl Glovernie appropriated to himself warren in. H.R. ii. 

153, 196. 
. Earl Glovernie claimed to have warren in, and also in the 

free lands in (Milleton). H.R. ii. 173. 



184 Moulton. 

, Grant from William le Grant of, to Thomas Molin of land in 

Ashley. Cambridge t. Edw. I. Stowe Ch. 174. 

, Grants in, t. Edw. I. Lansd. 89 : 1316-1499. Stowe Ch. 

218-228, 247-248 : 1319. Harl. 48 C. 47. 

, Ministers' accounts of lands in, 3 to 4 Edw. I. Bundle 1109, 

No. 13. 4 to 5 Edw. I. 76. 14. 14 to 15 Edw. II. 76. 15. 17 
to 18 Edw. II. Ib. 18. 6 to 7 Edw. III. Ib. 25. 7 to 8 Edw. 

III. Bundle 1110, No. 2. before 13 Edw. III. Ib. 5. 14 to 15 
Edw. III. Ib. 7. 24 to 25 Edw. III. Ib. 24. 31 to 32 Edw. III. 
Bundle 1111, No. 2. 3 Ric. II. Ib. 24. 11 to 12 Ric. IT. Bundle 
1112, No. 1. 19 Rich. II. Bundle 1123, No. 5. 2 to 3 Hen. 

IV. Bundle 1112, No. 12. 6 to 7 Hen. IV. 76. 14. 8 to 9 Hen. 
IV. 76. 16. 

, Edmund de Cesseles parson of the Church of Moulton near 

S. Edmund's v. John Buntyng of Moulton and Robert Tidy of 
Moulton, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. I. 9. 

, Market and free warren in, John de Aygneaus. Chart. Rolls. 

26 Edw. I. 2. 

, Grant from John atte Sloo to John Andreu of, and Margery 

his wife of land at, and ' super Caldenhowehel,' 10 Edw. II. Stowe 
Ch. 218. 

, Grant from Alexander and Alan Gerard to John de Cheuele of 



land at, 22 Edw. III. Stowe Ch. 220. 
, Grant from Edmund Fraunceys of, to Geoffrey ' Faber ' of, 

and Beatrice his wife of a messuage at, 31 Edw. III. 76. 219. 
, Grant from William Fraunceys of, to Thomas Andreu of, of a 

messuage in, 35 Edw. III. 76. 221. 

, 100 acres in, John Buntyng. I.P.M., 42 Edw. III. 4. 

, Indenture whereby William Cheuelee of, grants all his lands in, 

to John de Bury, William le Hoore and Thomas Andreuh of, to be 

refeoffed to him and Matilda his wife for life of latter, with remainder 

to William Cheuelee and his heirs, 48 Edw. III. Stowe Ch. 222. 
, William Derlynggs and Walter Clyte gave to Rich, de Louthe 

vicar of the Ch. of, 1 messuage and 1 acre in. I.Q.D., 50 Edw. III. 15. 
. Leta. Edm. de Mortuo Mari Earl of March and Ulton and 

Philippa his wife. I.P.M., 5 Rich. II. 43 ; 3 Hen. VI. 32. 

, Called Stonehall, one fee in, Thos. E. of Staff. 76. 16 Rich. II. 27 

. Leets. Rog. de Mortuo Mari, Earl of March. 76. 22 Rich. II., 

34. 
. 2 fees per John Aigneue and others. 76. 



Moulton. . 185 

, Called Stonhall, 1 fee per Hen. Earl of Derby and others. 

Wm. bro. and heir of Thos. Earl of Staff. Ib. 22 Rich. II. 

46. 

, Called Stenehall, one fee in, Edw. E. of Staff. Ib. 4 Hen. IV. 

41. 
, Grant from John Landwade and Richard Tayllour of, to Dom. 

John Clerk, ' ap capellanus,' Walter Berd, John Nalon, Richard 

Skeppere of, and John Dowale of a messuage in, 14 Hen. IV. Stowe 

Ch. 224. 
, Ministers' accounts of land of the Duchy of Lancaster in, 4 and 5 

Hen. V. Bundle 290, No. 4772. 
, Precipes on covenants cone, lands in, early Hen. VI. 

Add. Ch. 25265. 1555. Add. Ch. 25283. 1592. Add. Ch. 

25444, 25445. 
, Feoffment by Henry Traas of, John Mason ' capellanus ' John 

Domynyk of Mildenhale, John Speed of Mildenhale, and John 

Kyrkeby to John Leyghton of, Thomas Ouereye and Peter Ouereye 

of land in, 1 Hen. VI. Stowe Ch. 225 and of other land in, 

by same to same feoffees with addition of Richard Melleman of 

3 Hen. VI. Ib. 226. 
, Rent issuing out of town of, Edm. de Mortuo Mari, Earl of 

March. I.P.M., 3 Hen. VI. 32. 
, Grant from John Horry and Gunnota his wife of, to Henry 

Tras of, Thomas Ouerey, John Smyth and Walter Smyth of, of a 

messuage in, 4 Hen. VI. Stowe Ch. 227. 
, Stonhall Manor in, full extent. Hugh Luterel. I. P.M. 8 

Hen. VI. 32. 
, Stonhall Manor in, extent with free warren, &c., Sir John 

Lutterell and Margt. his wife. Ib. 9 Hen. VI. 51. 
, Lands in, held of Honor of Stambourne. Court Rolls, Duchy 

of Lancaster. P.R.O., Bundle 116, 1762, 1773. 16 to 17 Hen. VI. 

Bundle 115, 1786. 
, 3rd part of Stonhull Manor in, Margt. wife of John- Luterell. 

I.P.M., 17 Hen. VI. 14. 
, John Stafford vicar of, v. John Colyn and John Waleys, Assault 

and despoiling of petitioner's house, &c., by the said John and John 

and others of the affinity of the traitor, John Cade. E.C.P., 28-31 

Hen. VI. 19, 388. 
, 1 fee in, called Stenhalle. I.P.M., 38 and 39 Hen. VI. 

59. 



186 Moulton. 

, Grant from Margaret Traas of, wid. to John Cheyny ' miles ' 

John Alyngton and Thomas Cotton, Thomas Heygham jun. Thomas 
Lancaster sen. Thomas Lancaster jun. and William Traas of a 
messuage called Cheveleys in, formerly owned by William Cheveley 
of, Robert Warner of Heygham [Higham Green in Gazeley] and 
Nicholas Partrych of Myldenhale, 9 Edw. IV. Stowe Ch. 247. 

, Quit claim by John Cheyne ' miles ' Thomas Gudoke and Alice 

Trase late of, to William Costyn and William Baldewyn of a 
messuage in, lately held by them all jointly by feoff ment of Walter 
Pepyr of, 11 Edw. IV. Ib. 228. 

, Conveyance by John Davy of, Thomas Cotton, Robert Cotton, 

Mag. Andrew Beustede ' clericus ' Thomas Heygham, John Heyg- 
ham and Thomas Doraunt of Bury to William Peper ' clericus ' 
John Gilbert of Clare, John Puregold, Rich. Edon, and Nicholas 
Skynner of, of a messuage and lands at, held by feoffment of 
Nicholas Neve of Stowmarket, John Cheston of Thurston, John 
Hog, sen. of, and John Costyn of, 14 Hen. VII. Ib. 248. 

. Frenshall Manor in, Robert Trace d. 13 July 1519 and 

George son and heir. I.P.M., 12 Hen. VIII. 25. 

, Thos. Reve of, mentioned, 1536. S.P., 1257, ii. 

. Musters. Names of 7 able men, 1539. S.P. 652, M. 21. 

, Particulars of farms in, for grant to John Pope, 36 Hen. VIII. 

D.K.R., 10. App. ii. p. 252. 

. Chancery suits : Wm. Grice and another v. John Holt. C.P. 

ser. ii. B. Ixix. 3. Rich. Modye v. Sir Clement Higham and others, 
Ib. B. cxxi. 54. Barth. Rumbilowe v. Wm. Tyson. Ib. B. cL 28. 

, Augmentation of 40[settled on Fras. Sylyard, minister of, 1656-7. 

S.P. 290. 

, Inclosing lands in. (Private) 2 and 3 Viet. c. 4 (Pr.). 

, A piece of land in, for scholastic purposes. Trust Deed. 1849, 

70, 16. 

. Included in the Wickhambrook Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1696. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1711. 

. Dissolution of Royal Oak Benevolent Society " Boot Inn," 

1888. L.G 1508. 

. Joint Hospital Dist. Loc. Govt. Act. (P.O.) 61 and 62 Viet. c. 

77. 

, Dissolution of British Workman's Friendly Society at, 1898. 

L.G. 3245. 



Moulton. 187 

MOTJLTON v. sub Clare (Gilbert de), Cransford, Cretingham, &c., 
Whelnetham (Great), &c. 

MOULTON MANOR. Court Rolls. (19 Edw. II. 1 to 3, 5, to 10, 14, 
15-23, 31 Edw. III., 9 to 13, 15, 18 Hen. VIII.). P.R.O., Port- 
folio 203, 101, 102, 213, 59, 76, 78, 214, 2, 3, 11, 32. 

. Robert de Cokefeud. I.P.M., 25 Edw. I. 9. 

, Suit as to fines and suit and services to Court as to Chevertons 

al. Stonehall in, Attor.-Gen. v. Cotton. Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. 
to Pleadings, 41 Eliz. 5. 

MOULTON CHURCH. Ruinous. E.A. ii. 89. Monuments in. Add. 
19102, 19103. Discovery at rectory. Gent. M. 1846, pt. ii. 181, 182. 
Instrument relating to patronage of. Cotton, Nero cix. 7. 
Plate. S.I. ix. 296. 

, Richard de Ty parson of, mentioned. Close Rolls, 12 Edw. III. 

pt. i. 40, 13. 

, Presentation of John Wayte parson of, to free chapel of Wile- 

leygh on exchange with John Hervy. Pat. Rolls, 7 Rich. II. pt. i. 
38. 

, Ratification of estate of Walter de Ixworth parson of. 76. 

1 Hen. IV. pt. iv. 23. 

, Title of Sir Henry North to the patronage of [1676]. Tanner, 

civ. 134. 

. Opinion of Sir William Dolben on the title 1676-7. Tanner, 

civ. 250. 

John Wright patron of, Letter of request in a suit for dilapida- 
tions, with D. Bradbury rector of, 1701. Rawl. B. 382. 

MOULTON, DEBENHAM and WALDINGFIELD MANORS. Conf. to Sir 
Hugh Lutrell son and heir of Elizabeth late wife of Sir Andrew 
Lutrell of a charter 50 Edw. III. granting to her free warren in her 
demesne lands of. Pat. Rolls, 3 Hen. VI. pt. ii. 11. 

MOULTON, GAYSLE, NEDEHAM, KENTFORD, DALHAM, DENHAM and 
IXNINGE. Grant to John Kendale and the heirs male of his body, 
of all lands and possessions in, late of Jas. Loterell, Knt., in the 
Ring's hands by forfeiture, to hold by the rents and services of as 
many knights' fees and other rents and services as they were held 
by before 1 Edw. IV. with all issues from that date. 76. 8 Edw. IV. 
pt. i. 12. 

MOULTON, KENTFORD and GAZELEY. Quit claim by Thomas atte 
More and Thomas Sewale to William Derlyng ' clericus ' and 
Thomas Jurdyn ' clericus ' of lands in, 21 Rich. II. Stowe Ch. 223. 



188 Moulton. 

MOULTON and SHIMPLING MANORS and KIRTON. Andrew Wise and 

Dame Anne his wife Countess of Sussex v. [Thos.] Earl of Sussex. 

C.P., ser. ii. B. cxciii. 56. 
MOULTON of Ferington. Pedigree. Add. 5524. Harl. 155, 1177, 

1449. Genealogical note. Rawl. B. 422. Consanguinity with 

Vaux. Add. 5520. of Huntingfield. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 
MOTTNCEUX (Mounseux) MANOR in Otley. Gilb. Debenham. I.P.M., 

21 Edw. IV. 48. 

MoiTNCEtrx MANOR v. sub Helmingham, Otley. 
MOTTNCY and MOUNDEFORD or Mundeford. Pedigrees. Add. 

19142. 

MOUNDEFORDE (Francis). Copy of his patent as official to the Arch- 
deacon of Sudbury, 1599. Tanner cxxxv. 160. 
MOUNDEVILES al. Moundevyles v. sub Stowmarket. 
MOUNDEVILLES MANOR v. svb Stemsfield. 
MOUNTCHANSEY family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 182-3. 
MOUNTENY (Arnulph son of Arnulph de) and William de Perham 

acknowledge that they owe John son of Sir Arnulph de Mounte- 

nay 200 to be levied in default on their lands in Suffolk. Close 

Rolls, 17 Edw. II. 13d. 
MOUNTNEY, MOWBRAY, MOWSE and MOXON. Pedigrees. Add. 19142. 

Mowbray also. Bodl. 4162. 
MOY (Adam). Parliamentary Petition, No. 5768. D.K.R. 34. App. 

p. 99. 
MOYLE family of Bury. S.I. iii. 379, 380. Pedigree. 'Add. 

5521 ; 19142. 

MOYNE family. Arms. Harl. 1449. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 
MOYSE al. de Meisi. Pedigree. Add. 19142. Release of all claims 

by Joan Moyse of Sancroft to Bass. Gawdy [Sen.] 20 Dec. 1587. 

10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 28. 
MUCHFELD GROVE v. sub Milden. 
MUDD. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 
MUDENEHALLA v. Mildenhall. 
MULCELFEL al. Mulcelfelda v. Mickfield. 
MULSO. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 
MTJLTON (Christopher). Agreement with Randal Browne as to brewing 

and laying in of beer at the Guildhall Bury, 8 Dec. 1639. Harl. 97. 
MULTON and MUMFORD. Pedigrees. Add. 19142. 
MUNCKSLEYS (? Monks Eleigh). Claim by settlement of Katherine 

Crosse wid. of Henry Crosse and Henry Crosse son and heir of Henry 



Mutford. 189 

against Robt. and John Offwoode as to a messuage in, late the estate 
of Henry Crosse dec. and by him settled on the plaintiffs. C.P. i. 
165. 

MUNDEVILESHEGWOOD v. sub Ixworth Thorpe. 

MUNDHAM v. Mendham. 

MUNEGADENA al. Munehedene al. Mungadena v. Monewden. 

MUNKESILEGH al. Monkysyllegh v. Monks Eleigh. 

MUNNING (Humph.). A Pious Sermon preached by the Rector of 
Brettenham in Suffolk, Cambridge. 1641. 

MUNNINGS Family. E.A. v. 175, 208. 

MUNRO, MURDOCK, MURE and MURIEL. Pedigrees. Add. 19142. 

MURCH (Spencer) of Sudbury. The Voice of Scripture on The Worship 
of God. Sudbury, 1850. 

MURIELLS (Murrills, Muryell), MANOR (? Meriell Manor which see). 
John Hopton. I.P.M., 19 Edw. IV. 70. 

MURIELS MANOR al. Muriel Hall Manor v. sub Yoxford, Yoxford Manor. 

MURRAY of Eriswell, MUSAND, MUSCEGROS, and MUSGRAVE. Pedigrees. 
Add. 19142. 

MUSKETT family. Hist, of, by J. J. Muskett. Add. 33860, 33861. 
Pedigree. Add. 19142 with Arms (1561). Rawl. B. 422. of 
Halston. Pedigree and arms. Add. 5524. Harl. 891, 1449, 1560, 
1820, 1829, 2109. Confirmation of arms and Crest to Henry 
Muskett of Halston by Robert Cooke (1576). Harl. 2146. Jos. 
James Muskett's Collections for Suffolk 19th cent. Add. 33856- 
33877. His " Suffolk Manorial Families." London 1894, &c., 4fo. 
E.A. ix. 356. 

MUSSENDON. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 

MUSTERS in Suffolk. Certificates of, Suff. Record Office. Miscel. 
Books. Exch. Treasury of the Receipt, t. Hen. VIII. vol. 28. 

, Articles of Instructions as to, s.d. 13 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 434. 

Letters of Council to Earl of Suffolk as to taking of, 31 Jan. 1612 (-13). 
Ib. 

, Articles agreed upon at Stowe-Markett as to, 3 June 1-615. Ib. 

438. 15 March 1626. Ib. 449. Orders as to Musters. Ib. 449-469. 
v. sub. Military. 

MUTFORD (Motford). On the standing stones of, wood. S.I. iv. 244. 

. Land of the King. Earl Gurth and under him Wolsey held in V 

King E.'s time 3 carucates of land and a half as a manor. 12 free- 
men held in King E.'s time 3 carucates of land 2 churches with 43a. 
26 freemen with 2 carucates of land. Dom. 283. 



190 Mutford. 

, Order to let Stephen de Longo Campo have land which belonged 

to Reginald de Bosco in, unless its value were more than 12. Close 

Rolls, 6 John 16, 167. 
, Order to give seisin for King of land in, which belonged to Henry 

de Veer and which had been delivered to Stephen de Longo Campo 

and deliver same to Peter de Stoke. Ib. 13. 
. Order to restore to Stephen de Longo Campo land in, if any 



which had been seised and held by him in right of his wife. Ib. 

11, 9 John, 12. 
, Order to let R. son of Roger have land which belonged to Henry 

de Ver in. Ib. 9 John 17. 
Thomas de Hemegrave held a knight's fee in chief of the King 

in. T. deN.283,291. 
, The Lady Heldeburg gave in frank almoin of the demesne of 

8 acres of land to the Church of St. Mary of Bliburgh which Warinue 

le Latimer held of the said Church by service of ijs. T. de N. 

295. 
, Order to give seisin to Walter de Evermue of all the land which 

belonged to William de Longo Campo in, during pleasure. Close 

Rolls, 5 Hen. III. pt. i. 16. 
Land in, Richard de Clare E. of Gloucester. I.P.M., 47 Hen. III. 

34. 
, William son of William Gereberge the elder of Yarmouth and 

Sibil his wife, Nicholas le Noreys and Constance his wife, and 

Christiana a sister of aforesaid Sibil and Constance, v. Roger de 

Colevill, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 4 Edw. I. 17. 

, Roger Yeryld of, mentioned. Ib. 8 Edw. II. pt. i. 22d. 
, Pardon to Robert de Wellyngton of Barsham for death of 

Richard Man of, killed in self defence. Ib. 3 Edw. III. pt. ii. 14. 

, Pardon to John de Bergh of. Ib. 15 Rich. II. pt. i. 38. 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Thomas 

Hothen fol. 180. Robert Valram fol. 101. John Waham fol. 86. 

1458-1477. John Baker fol. 71. John Battocke fol. 106. John 

Breuster fol. 150. William Green fol. 248. 
, Commission to arrest John Hunton bailiff of. Pat. Rolls, 17 

Edw. IV. pt. i. I8d. 

, Land, &c., in, Hen. Bounds. I.P.M., 19 Edw. IV. 63. 
, Wills of John Rypynge and Agnes Baker of, proved Canterbury 

1500-1. 8 Rep. Hist. Com. 333, 334. 
. Charity. 42 Eliz. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 1, No. 7. 



Mutford. 191 

, Owen Felltham, author of " Resolves," son of Thos. Felltham 

of, born c. 1602. D.N.B. xviii. 303. 
, Lease of lands in, 1606. Add. Ch. 14275. 1607. Add. Ch. 

14276. 
, Recognizance of Fras. Hautaige in 50 for appearance of John 

Tolwin, both of, 1618. S.P. 551. 
, 1,500 owing by John Drury, delinquent to Robt. Jetter of, 

delinquent, &c., 1649. Com. for money advance, 1171. 

. Inclosure of Commons Act. (Priv.) 37 Geo. III. c. 92. 

. Methodists at. Trust Deed. 9 Geo. IV. 71, 6. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1710. 

MUTFORD v.sub Carlton Colville, &c.,Fastolfs Manor in, Hevingham,&c. 

Mutford Hund., Rushmere, &c., Sudbury,. &c., Willingham, &c. 
MUTFORD MANOR al. Mutford Hall Manor. Extract from Court Roll 

(14 Jac. I). Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1365-1628. Ib. 1364. 
. ' Le Hussei ' belonged to, rendering xs. until Hen. II. took the 

same into his own hands and still holds. T. de N. 295. 
. Thomas de Emmegrave (Hemegrave) holds, of the King value 

xxx/t. T. de N. 297. 
, A moiety of, which was the inheritance of Stephen de Longo 

Campo is escheat to the King and is held by Henry de Ver' value 

rvK. T. de N. 300. 
, The soc of Lovel which pertained to, formerly belonged to 

the King, was in the hands of the Abbot of St. Edmunds. H.R. 

ii. 192. 

. Extent. Edm. de Hemgrave. I.P.M., 8 Edw. III. 56. 

. Sir Thomas de Hemgrave. 76. 23 Edw. III. 166. 
, Edmund de Hemegrave enfeoffed Almaric de Shirlond. Ib, 

45 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 82. 
. And half hundred. Edmund de Hemgrave enfeoffed Sir John 

Lovel. Ib. 48 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 15. 
, One acre, parcel of, Edw. de Hengrave. Ib. 3 Ric. II. 

35. 
, Licence for Thomas Hemgrave to grant the reversion of, and 



a moiety of the Hund. of Mutford held in chief on the death of Alice 
late the wife of Edmund Hemgrave to Edward Hunt parson of the 
Church of Todenham and John Spark of Littelwrothyng and for 
these to grant to the said Thomas and Elizabeth his wife and his 
heirs. Pat. Rolls, 1 Hen. IV. pt. vi. 37. 
, Grants, &c., of, 1429. Harl. 43, I. 50. 



192 Mutford. 

And a moiety of hundred. Sir John Typtot. I.P.M., 21 Hen. 

VI. 45. 

, Grant in, 1447. Harl. 52 A. 26. 

. Forfeited by John late Earl of Lincoln, 1495. R.P. vi. 4746. 

. Restored to Edmund Earl of Suff. 76. 4756. 

, Grant by King to Edward Jermyngham and wife of, for their 

lives, 1 Hen. VIII. 0. Rot. 63. 

, Maria Kingston widow d. 26 Aug. 1548 and Henry Jernegan 

son and heir. I.P.M., 2 Edw. VI. 70. 

, Proceedings by Francis Hacon against Henry Jernegan, John 

Hoo and Wm. Pynchbeek, as to lands in Mutford held of, by 
Humphrey Wyngfyld and by him sold to John Hacon dec. plaintiffs 
father. C.P. ii. 14. 

. Chancery suits : Francis Hacon v. Hy. Jernegan touch, copy- 
hold of. C.P., ser. ii. B. xcvi. 48. Mich. Taylor v. Sir Henry 
Jerningham and another touch, copyholds of. 76. B. clxxv. 16. 

, Grants in, 1606. Add. Ch. 14275. 

, Bill 4 Jac. I. to enable Henry Jernegan and wife to sell. H.L. 



ii. 458, 461. 

, Grants in, 1607. Add. Ch. 14276 : 1608. 76. 14279. 

, Grant in, 4 Car. I. 8 Pars O. Rot. 48. 

MUTFORD MANOR v. sub Gisleham Manor, Lowestoft Manor, Lowestoft 

Manor, &c. 
MUTFORD MANOR with Gapeton and Beleton. King Henry gave to 

Baldric de Bosco, the heirs of the said Baldric gave away Gapeton 

and Beleton in exchange. T. de N. 295. 
MUTFORD CHURCH. Round tower of. E.A. i. 166. Order to sell 

the lead and a bell of. E.C.C. 240. Monuments in. Add. 19099. 

Sepulchral brass of Robert Langley (1608). Add. 32484. Plate. 

S.I. ix. 43. 
, Protection for one year for Roger de Sumerton, parson of. Pat. 

Rolls, 22 Edw. I. 6d. 

, Roger, parson of, mentioned. 76. 8 Edw. II. pt. i. 22d. 

. Advowson of, Sir Edmund de Homgrave for St. Mary's Hall, 

Camb. I.P.M., 27 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 47. 
, Action by Thomas Skynner against John Synderton for an 

account as receiver of tithes of parsonage of. C.P. iii. 111. 

. Desecration by Dowsing 1643. S.I. vi. 259. 

(with Barnby). Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 

26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 



Muiford. 193 

MUTFORD CHURCH v. sub Barnby Church, Carlton Colville, &c. 

MUTFORD HUNDRED. Notes relating to. Add. 5847. 

. Thomas de Hemegrave. I.P.M., 48 Hen. III. 21. 

, Edmund de Hemegrave claimed wreck of sea in. Q.W. 

732. 

, Order to cause Coroner to be elected for. Close Rolls, 12 Edw. 

II. 8. 

, Grant of, 1429. Harl. 43, I. 50. 

. Wm. late D. of Suff. I.P.M., 28 Hen. VI. 25. 

, Lease by Nicholas Lyng, chaplain to Edmund Jenney and others, 

of ... the manors of Rothenhale and Kessynglond and lands, &c., 
in Pakfeld, Kessynglond, Carleton, Gesylham, Russhemere, Mutford, 
Hensted and elsewhere in, 10 Hen. VIII. A. 3159. 

, Certificate of grain remaining in, 1587. S.P. 403. 

, Account of Collector of Loan for Half Hund. 1627. S.P. 

341. 

MUTJTORD HUNDRED v. sub Blything Hund., &c., Kirkley, &c., Loth- 
ingland Hund., &c., Mutford Manor. 

MUTFORD HUNDRED and MANOR. Licence for Sir Edmund de Hemgrave 
to enfeoff Sir John Lovell and others of a moiety of M. hundred and 
of the manor of M. (except one acre) held in chief and for the feoffee* 
to grant to Edmund and Alice his wife and the heirs of Edmund. 
Pat. Rolls, 2 Rich. II. pt. ii. 13. 

, Touching acquittance of Robert Smythe and others inhabitants 

within, from divers issues, 10 Eliz. M. Mich. Rec. Rot. 51. 

MUTFORD, CARLTON and BROOMHOLME MANORS, of which plaintiff is 
lord and lands in Gisleham and Kessingland, &c. Plaintiffs claim 
for rent, &c. Sir Thos. Allin bart. v. Thos. Fairweather. 1734 
at Norwich. Exch. dep. 

MUTFORD and LOTHINGLAND HUNDREDS. Act to enlarge powers of, 
4 Geo. III. for better relief and employment of Poor in, and Pro- 
visional Orders. (Local and pers.) 3 and 4 Will. IV. c. 49. (P.O.) 53 
and 54 Viet. c. 174. (P.O.) 55 and 56 Viet. c. 203. 

. Registrar's district. The sub-district of Gorleston included 

in the Yarmouth County Court District and the remainder in the 
Lowestoft, 10 March 1847. L.G. 990. 

-. Included in the Lowestoft Coroner's Division of the County 

2 April 1878. L.G. 2505. 

. Included in the Suffolk Audit District 14 Oct. 1879. L.G. 5893 ; 

24 March 1882. L.G. 1342. 

N 



194 Mutford. 

. General Orders of Local Government Board 23 March 1877. 

L.G. 2196-2203 ; 5 June 1877, L.G. 3503 ; 4 May, 1875. L.G. 2400, 

. Order of Loc. Gov. Bd., 1893. L.G. 1769. 

MUTFORD and LOTHINGLAND and BLYTHING HUNDS. Certificates of 

chief constables of, 1640. S.P. 60. 
MUTFORD and RUSHMERE. Robt. Ecocke v, Eliz. Parker, wid. C.P. 

ser. ii. B. Iviii. 30. 
MUTFORD and WAYNFORD. Thomas Philip of Northcove recovered 

seisin against Radulph Phelip of 2 messuages 4 tofts 80 acres of 

land and 2 meadow in. 0., 27 Edw. III. 11. 
MUTFORD. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 
MYERS al. Meyers. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 
MYLDE family. S.I. ii. 76. 
MYLDENHALE v. Mildenhall. 
MYLDING al. Myling v. Milden. 

MYLDMEY of Crettingham from Essex. Pedigree. Harl. 1484. 
MYLDYNG v. Milden. 
MYLLS. Pedigree. Harl. 1560. 
MYNN. Pedigree. Add. 19142. 
MYNNYSMERE v. Minsmere. 
NACTON (Nachetuna, Naketon, Necchemara, Nechamere, Necton 

Netkemara, Nortuna). 

. Arch. x. 358.' The Seven Vills ' at. S.I. iii. 398. 

. Land of Hugh de Montfort. Goodmund held in demesne in 

K.E.'s time 2 carucates as a manor and 2a. meadow. Then a mill 

now none. This manor was held by Goodmund on the day that 

K.E. died of St. Etheldreda so that he could not sell or give it from 

the Church by the agreement that after his death it ought to return 

to the Church in demesne. Dom. 406. 
Nechemere (?) in Carlford Hund. Lands of Robert Malet. 4 

freemen in King E.'s time held 28a. Dom. 315. 

. Land of Geoffrey de Magnaville. 2 freemen held 20a. Dom. 413. 

. Land of Uervey of Bourges. In demesne a freeman Ulfwin 

held 3a. Dom. 442. 
, Andreas Peverel held 1 fee in, t. Hen. Red Book of the 

Exchequer cxxxv. rider c. 
, William Fuller of, mentioned, 1 Hen. IV. 9 Rep. Hist. Com. 

pt. i. 259. 
, Cowhawe Manor in, John Fastolf, in jure Margt. his wife. 

I.P.M., 7 Hen. IV. 34. 



N acton. 195 

, Tenement, &c., in, Thos. Hunt v. Robt. Martyn exor. of Alice 

Burward widow. E.C.P., 8 Hen. IV. 35 Hen. VI. 16, 239. 
, Shollandhall Manor in, as of Castle of Dover. Sir Hugh Fastolfe. 

I.P.M., 5 Hen. V. 49. 
, John Chapelyn charged with Roger Balle of Ipswich with stealing 

on the Common at, 8 Hen. V. 9 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. i. 229. 
, 7th part of Cowhawe Manor in, Matilda wife of Sir Hugh Fastolf. 

I.P.M., 15 Hen. VI. 37. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Avice Burg- 

harde fol. 52. Robert Clarke fol. 174. William Cole foL 144. 

Thomas Mastall fol. 189. John Reade fol. 31. 1458-1577. John 

Blykenie fol. 215. Thomas Burgharde fol. 281. Isabella Clarke 

fol. 122. Robert Goldred fol. 39. Agnes Manson fol. 50. Nicholas 

Martin fol. 141. Thomas Maunser fol. 178. 
, Sholandhall in, and advowson of Church. John Fastolf. 

I.P.M., 26 Hen. VI. 15. 

, Suit cone. Sholand manor, &c., in, 1456. Add. Ch. 17244. 

, Grants, &c., in, 1473. Add. Ch. 10287, 10218 : 1526. Add. 

Ch. 19360 : 1538. Add. Ch. 10225. 
, Land in, Wm. Wynton for Marie Magd. Coll. Oxon. I.P.M., 

18 Edw. IV. 53. 
, Forcible entry and assault at, Robert Brooke v. Edmund Leche 

and others. Star C.P. , Hen. VEIL vol. 6, 342-346. 
, Grant of lands, &c., by Hen. VIII. to Cardinal Wolsey, in, 1528. 

S.P., 20 Hen. VIII. 4424. 
, Grant in fee to Thos. Alvarde of a tenement called Hamondes 

in. S.P., 26 Hen. VIII. vol. vii. 1601 (2). 
, Release by George Fastoft of, of all rights in premises in Norfolk 

to William Paston, 1542. Tanner cvi. 19. 

. Rich. Rede v. Thos. Rede. C.P., ser. ii. B. cliv. 50. 

, Sir Robert Brooke of, mentioned in letter of Thomas Morris of 

Ipswich, 1669. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 206. 

, Will of Elizabeth Thurston of, 1695. Add. Ch. 10263. 
, Covenant cone, title to land in, 1713. Ib. 10263. 

, Riots at, 1765. H.O.P., 1874, 1875, 1877, 1897, 1901. 
, Letter to J. W. relating to Mr. G's Pamphlet upon the Poor's 

Lawj etc. Ipswich 1766. 
, Sir Chas. Broke Vere, major-general, 2nd son of Ph. Broke of, 

born 1773. D.N.B. Iviii. 225. 
, List of portraits at the seat of P. B. Broke 1797. Add. 6391. 



196 N acton. 

, Papers and letters relating to the inclosure of land? in, 1804- 

1805. Add. 23958. 
. Inclosure of Commons Act. (Local and pers. not pr.) 45 Geo. 

III. c. 2. 
. Transferred to the Ipswich County Court District 30 June 1857. 

L.G. 2239. 
. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 21 January 1881. L.G. 

1727. 
NACTON v. sub Foxhall,, &c., Ipswich Trinity Priory, Ipswich, &c., 

Kirton, &c., Trimley, &c. 
NACTON MANOR. Richard de Holebrok held which Andr. Peverel 

formerly held of the King in chief. H.R. ii. 197. 
. With advowson of Ch. Robert Brelstede sen. and Robert de 

Thweyt for Prior of Alnesbrun. I.P.M. 29 Edw. I. 114. 
. Extent. Alicia wife of John de Holebrok. Ib, 3 Edw. II. 

51. 

. Thomas de Holbrok. Ib. 34 Edw. III. 75. 

. Sholondehale in. John Holbrook. Ib. 50 Edw. III. 31. 

. Margaret Sampson. Ib. 16 Edw. IV. 48. 

. Sir Robert Brooke d. 6 May 1529 and Robert son and heir 

aged 34. 76. 2 Edw. VI. 60. 
NACTON HALL MANOR v. sub Barton near Bury. 
NACTON NESS, and advowson of Church. John Fastolf d. 8 Dec. 

1506 and George son and heir. I.P.M., 22 Hen. VII. 57. 
NACTON CHURCH. Notes on. Add. 5829. Monuments in. Add. 

19087. Sepulchral brass of R. Fastoft (1479). Add. 32483. 

Plate. S.I. viii. 332. 
NACTON and LEVINGTON. Rich. Bird v. Robt. and Rich. Brooke. 

C.P. ser. ii. B. xi. 94. 
NACTON, LEMINGTON, STRATON and BOKELESHAM. 1 messuage, 40 

acres of uncultivated land 20 of pasture, 1 water-mill and 605. rent. 

John Fastolf in jure Margt. his wife. I.P.M., 7 Hen. IV. 34. 
. Messuages, lands with a mill and rent. Sir Hugh Fastolfe. 

Ib. 5 Hen. V. 49. 

NAMES. Notes on family, and, of parishes in Suff. Harl. 6724. 
NAMP'TWICH. Letter of the Justices of the Peace to the High. 

Constables of the Franchise of Bury respecting help for the in- 
habitants of, where 800 houses had been burnt down, 15S4. Hark 

368. 
NASB family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 184. 



Naughton. 197 

NASH (Thomas) dramatist b. at Lowestoft in 1564 d. 1600 or 1601. 
Works : " Plaine Percevall the Peace maker of England." n.d. 4to. 
" Martin's Months minde." 1589. " A Countercuffe given to 
Martin Junior." 1589. " Mar Martin," n.d. "Antimartinus." 1589. 
" An Almond for a Parrat," n.d. " Pappe with a Hatchet " [1589]. 
4to. "The Returne of the renouned Cavallere Pasquill," 1589, 
4to. ''Address to the two Universities," 1589. " The Anatomie 
of Absurditie," 1589, 4fo, 1590, 4fo. " The first Parte of Pasquies 
Apologie," 1590, 4to. " Somewhat to reade for them that list," 
1591, 4to. " A wonderful strange and miscellaneous Astrological 
Prognostication for 1591," 4fo. " Pierce Penilesse his supplication 
to the Diuell," 1592, 4to, 2nd Ed. reprinted by the Shakespeare 
Society, 1593, 4to. 1595, 4to. " Strange Newes," 1592, 1593, 4fo. 
" Apologie of Pierce Pennilesse," 1592, 3rd Ed. reprinted by the 
Shakespeare Society. " New letter of notable contents," 1593, 
4to, with " Gabriel Harvey, by Pierce Superorgation," 1593. " Christ's 
Tears over Jerusalem," 1593, 4fc>, 1613, 4to. " Dido, Queen of 
Carthage," 1594, 4to. " The Terrors of the Night," 1594, 4fo. ' ' Have 
with you to Saffron Waldron," 1596, 4to. "Royal Exchange," 
1597, 4to. " Lenton Stuffe," 1593, 1599, 4to. reprinted in 6th vol. 
of the Harleian Miscellany. " A pleasant Comedie called Summer's 
last will and Testament," 1600, 4to. 

NASSAU. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 

NASSAU (George). Catalogue of the extensive splendid, and curious 

. Library of, 1824, Svo. 

NAUGHTON (Nauelton, Naunton, Nawton, Noulton). 

, Palstaves found at Cariswood near. P.S.A., 2nd ser. xi. 168. 

, Grant, &c., in, t. Edw. I. Harl. 57 F. 8: 1398. Add. Ch. 

10571. 

, Walter son of William de Nauelton v. Augustine de Aldeham and 

others touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 6 Edw. I. lOd. 

On a finding that William de Nauelton enfeoffed Margery and 

Rocsia his daughters of 20 acres of land in, in fee, that Roesia died 
without heir of her body and that Walter her brother entered as her 
heir ; judgment for the sd. Walter, and Margery takes nothing, (o.e.) 
Abbr. of PI. 9 Edw. I. in Oct. Hil. maj. rec. 21. 

, William de Nauelton v. John de Pateshill and others, touch, a 

tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. I. 8d. 

- . Muster. 13 names, 1539. S.P. 652, M. 21. 

. Charity. 20 Jac. I. P.R.O. Inq. Bundle 9, No. 1. 



198 Naughton. 

. Included in the Lavenham Highway District 20 March 1863 

L.G. 1620. 
. Included in the Nedging and Naughton United School District 

q.v. 

. Poor Law Acts. (P.O.) 47, 48 Viet. c. 47. 

NAUGHTON v. sub Alderton, Bury St. Edmunds, &c., Lawshall, &c. 

Nedging, &c., Semer, &c. 
NAUGHTON MANOR. Rental of parcel of. Exch. 1st Rep. on Pub. 

Rec. (1800) p. 181. 
NAUGHTON CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19088. Plate. S.I. ix. 

211. 

. Grant of the advowson, &c., 1349. Add. Ch. 10569. 

. Persona. Dom. John de Bokenham C. 1349. Harl. 57 C. 28. 

, Augmentation of 20 advised for minister of, 1658. S.P. 375. 

. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb.. 

1881. L.G. 859. 
NAUNTON, or Nauton family. N. and Q., 8th ser. vi. 287, 408. of 

Alderton and Letheringham. Pedigree. Harl. 1820. Tanner clxxx- 

54; cclvii. 162. Add. 19143. 
. Arms. Tanner cclvii. 248. Descents and alliances by H. 

Jermyn c. 1803. Add. 17098. Sepulchral inscriptions at Lethering- 
ham, 1628, 1635. Add. 32479, 32484. 
, Lease of lands in Suffolk to Sir Robert Nauton, 17 Jac. I. $ 

Pars 0. Rot. 40. 
NAUNTON (Sir Robert) b. at Alderton 1563 d. in 1630. Arms. S.I. 

x. 380. Works : " Fragmenta Regalia :". issued twice without 

date, 4/0, and then in 1653, Svo, and with explanatory obs. Edinb. 

1808, Svo. Reprinted in 1st vol. of the Phoenix, in the 2nd vol, 

of the Harleian Miscellany and at the End of the Memoirs of Robt. 

Gary E. of Monmonth, 1809, Svo. and again with notes and memoir, 

1826. " The Court of Q. Elizabeth." 1641, 4to, 1642, 1650, by 

J. Caulfield. 1814, 4/o, by P. W. Dodd. 1824, Svo. Memoirs 

of Sir Robert, by J. Caulfield. 1814, 4to. 
NAVILTON. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 
NAVY. Letter to Owners, Masters, &c., of Navy of the Counties of 

Nori. and Suff. 13 Feb. 1 Edw. VI. Harl. 433. 
. Copy of a letter from the Lords of the Council to the Sheriff 

and Justices of Suffolk 29 Aug. 1586 as to victualling. Harl. 366. 
, Papers relating to the naval contingent furnished by Suffolk 

in 1595-1609. Add. 34564. 



Nayland. 199 

v. sub Military. 

NAYLAXD (la Neylaund, Naylond, Naylonde, Neilond, Nelend, 

Nelond, Neylend, Neylond, Nielend, Nyelende, Nyllende). 
, Short description of, in "Remarks on a Journey in Essex" [1682]. 

13 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ii. 283. Petition of inhabitants of. 6 Rep. 

Hist. Coin. 34. Robert Edmondes of. 10 Rep. pt. iv. 48. Poems. 

by Rev. Wm. Jones of. 14 Rep. pt. iv. 535. Bridge. 14 Rep. 

Hist. Com. pt. iv. 287. 
. Lands of Suane. Robert Suane's father held in K.E.'s time 

2 carucates as a manor. 1 mill. lOa. Dom. 4016. 
, Grants, &c., in, early 13 cent. t. Edw. I. Harl. 45 C. 10, 

47 I. 23, 50 B. 7, 54 H. 11 : 1433. Add. Ch. 5253. 

, Land in, William de Estcarleton. I.P.M., 41 Hen. III. 30. 

Free warren in, John de Burgh sen. Chart. Rolls 44 Hen. III. 4. 

Ministers' accounts of lands late of John de Burgh in. 3 to 4 

Edw. I. Bundle 1089, No. 7. 
Robert Mordel and Alice his wife v. John le Chaluner and others 

touch, a messuage in. Pat. Rolls, 5 Edw. I. 19rf. 
Robert Mordel and Alice his wife v. Matilda Griffyn and others 

touch, a messuage in. 76. 5 Edw. I. Id. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands in. 6 to 8 Edw. I. Bundle 1089. 

No. 16. 8 Edw. I. Ib. 17. 9 Edw. I. 76. 18. 18 to 19 Edw. I. 

76. 25. 
. Ministers' accounts of lands in. 9 Edw. I. Bundle 1003. No. 1. 

23 to 24 Edw. I. 76. 2. 
. Pardon to Philip Jussel of, for death of Hugh son of parson of, 

and for robberies and other trespasses ; and of his outlawry for the 

same. Pat. Rolls, 26 Edw. I. 25. 
. John le Taillur and Rich, le Ken of, mentioned. 76. 10 Edw. II. 

pt. i. lid. 
. Ministers' accounts of lands in. 11 Edw. II. to 13 Edw. III. 

Bundle 1090, No. 10. 15 Edw. II. 76. 13. 
. Grant by Robert de la Bare to Q. Isabella of a fulling mill by 

the bridge called ' Barrebregge ' in, 3 Edw. III. A. 3778. 
. Release by Robert Broke of Dedham to Leticia Myles of, of all 

actions, 37 Hen. IV. C. 2901. 
. Messuage called a woodhouse in. John Ropes and Katherine 

his wife v. Ric. Wyke. E.C.P., 4-31 Hen. VI. 20, 78. 
. Lands in. Wm. Wymark and Agnes his wife v. John Josep, 

John Lane, and John Facon feoffees. E.C.P., 15 Hen. VI. 9. 266. 



200 Nayland. 

. Will of William Ringbell of, proved at Ipswich 1444-1455 fol. 

198. 

. Messuage in. Margt. Styward v. John Slade of. E.C.P., 

35-38 Hen. VI. 26, 390. 

. Messuage, &c., in. John Cook v. John Bayly, feoffee of Alice, 

petitioner's moth?r. Ib. 5 Edw. IV. 27, 78. 

. Lease by John Archer the younger, and Joan his wife of Sud- 

bury, late of, John Archer the Elder, of, and John Reynham the 
elder, Henry Lyghtskyrt, Thos. Taillour, Thos. Roos the elder, 
John Roote, clothmaker, John Vigerows and Thos. Hamond, 
fuller of, of a tenement in, abutting on high road from Colchester 
to Stoke, &c., 7 Hen. VII. A. 5336. 

. Indenture, being the defeasance of two charters of feoffment 

of even date, by the first of which John Archer the younger and 
Joan his wife of Sudbury, late of, John Archer the elder of Sudbury 
and John Hyde of, enfeoffed Jas. Smyth of, Stephen Smyth his 
son, John Reynham the elder, Hy. Lyghtskyrt, Thos. Taillour, 
Thos. Roos, the elder, John Roote. John Vigerous and Thos. Hamond 
of, of a tenement in. between the tenement formerly John Josephs 
late John Balston's and the barn and garden, late John Balston's 
afterwards Robt. Clerk's, on one side, and the pond from the fulling 
mill towards ' le Common fen ' on the other, one head abutting on 
the highway from Colchester to Stoke on the west and the other on 
John Balston's garden as above ; and by the second of which the 
sd. John Archer the younger and John Hach the elder of Sudbury, 
enfeoffed the said persons of two other tenements in, adjoining that 
above mentioned ; if the said James Smyth paid 40 to the sd. 
John Archer the younger, the said feoffments and seisin had 
thereon to stand good, otherwise to be void, 7 Hen. VII. A. 
8527. 

, Inquis. p.m. of John Abel of, 15-16 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. 

App. ii. p. 124. 

, Order kept at, by Duke of Norf. 1536. S.P. 625. 

, Precipes on covenants cone, lands in, 1546. Add. Ch. 25272 ; 

1581. Add. Ch. 25311 : 1592. Add. Ch. 25446. 

, Grant by Robt. Cowper of, clothier, and Stephen Roos of, to 

John Malls of, clothier, and Margaret his wife, of a tenement, &c,, 
in, &c. 37 Hen. VIII. A. 5345. 

, Particulars of farm of Free Chapel for grant to Laurence Her- 

ward, 38 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 226. 



tfayland. 201 

, Grant by Wm. Peryn of, to John Malle of, of a messuage in, 

abutting on high road to Boxford, and on the mill pond of. 38 

Hen. VIII. A. 5745. 
, Petition of Thos. Crysall of, touch, a contract of marriage, 1588. 

Acts of P.C. 20. 
, Action by Thomas Coc against Edward, Richard and John 

Spsncer as to deeds relating to lands in, the inheritance of the 

plaintiff. C.P. i. 158. 
, Thos. Holton and others v, Hy. Harte and Margt. his wife. 

C.P., ser. ii. B. Ixxxiii. 69. 
, Grant of a market in, to Sir Richard Weston 22 Jac. I. 3 Pars 

O. Rot. 4. 

, Licence for Wm. Spring's house in, 1672. S.P. 410, 414. 

, Protestant Dissenters there, for a preacher. Trust Deed. 11 

Geo. II. 11, 7. 

, Protestant Dissenters at, Trust Deed. 1 Geo. III. 8, 4. 

. Transferred to the Colchester County Court 1848. L.G. 4705. 
-. Dissenters' burial ground at. Trust Deed. 1862, 190, 12. 

. Included in the Lavenham Highway District 1863. L.G. 1620. 

. Chapel registered for marriages 1868. L.G. 4797. 

-- . Order of Local Government Board, 1875. L.G.762. 

. School. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 1881. L.G. 1720. 

NAYLAND v. sub Lavenham Church, Stoke by Nayland, Stoke Wether- 
marsh, &c,, Thornham (Gt. and Little), &c. 
NAYLAND MANOR. Extracts from the Court rolls of Eylond or Ney- 

lond, as to rights of the prior and monks of Horkesley, from 44 

Hen. III. to 9 Edw. II. Bodl. Essex Rolls, 17. 
, Covt. between the King and John de Burgo who has granted, 

to King that John have 600 a year until he (the King) have seisin 

of, and others and after seisin he to demise to said John 

for life, &c. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 24. 
. In King's hands by purchase from John de Burgh. H.R. ii. 

140, 150. 

. The King. I.P.M., 3 Edw. I. 41. 

. Commission of survey. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. III. pt. ii. 21d. 

. Grant to Jeffrey de Scrope. Chart. Rolls, 10 Edw. III. 12, 20. 

. Extent. Hen. le Scrop. I.P.M., 16 Ric. II. 28. 

, Henry Lescrop held, and a water mill parcel thereof. I.Q.D. 

3 Hen. V.2, 
. Extent. Sir John Lescrop de Masham. I. P.M., 34 Hen. VI. 14. 



202 Nayland. 

. Extent. Eliz. wife of John le Scrop de Masshom. 76. 6 

Edw. IV. 41. 

. Extent. Sir Thos. Scrope de Massham. Ib. 15 Edw. IV. 41. 

, 500a. land, 200 meadow 500 pasture 200 wood in Neyland worth 

30Z. held of Edmond E. of Suff. Sir Thos. Scrope Lord de Masham 

d, seised in fee, Alice Scrope aged 12 daur. and heir. Inquis. 9 

Hen. VII. 948. 

. Court of Wards and Liveries. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. p. 56. 

, 500 ac. land 200 ac. meadow. 500 ac. past, and 200 valued 24. 

Sir Gilbert Talbot d. 19 Sept. 1517 and Gilbert son and heir. I.P.M., 

10 Hen. VIII. 17. 
, Seizure of wood, &c., on, Sir Christ. Danbye v. John Payne and 

others. Star C.P., P. and M., Bundle 1, 60. 
, John Freston v. Sir Christopher Danbie and another. C.P.; 

ser. ii. B. Ixii. 3. 
, Nich. Langlye v. Robt. Rerye, touch, copyhold of. C.P., ser. ii. 

B. cxiii. 3. 
, Grant of reversion of, to Sir George Hastings and others, 1635, 

Chancery. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 535. 
NAYLAND MANOB v. sub Stoke Nayland. 
NAYLAND MANOB and TOWN. The King granted to Geoffrey le Scrop. 

0., 10 Edw. III. 34. 
NAYLAND CHUBCH. 14 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 549. Altar picture 

by Constable in custody of churchwardens. N. and Q., 6th ser. ii. 

405. Monuments in. Add. 19077, 19078. Sepulchral brasses of 

Sekyn and wife (1475) and John Hacche and wife (c. 1485) and 

others. Add. 32483, 32490. Plate. S.I. ix. 210. 
, Grant to Thomas de Holton Chaplain of Chapel of, void by 

resignation of John de Neylaund. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. I. 2. 

, Presentation of Philip de Norwico to. 76. 4 Edw. III. pt. i. 16. 

, Lady Joan Lexton wid. to make fealty for free Chapel in, 

and other lands held for life, 5 Eliz. M. Trin. Rec. Rot. 36. 
, Removal of process from advowson and discharge of Sir Thomas 

Lodga and wife, 19 Eliz. M. Hil. Rec. Rot. 33. 
, Sir Thomas Lodge and wife to show title to free Chapel in, 20 

Eliz. M. Pas. Rec. Rot. 34. 
, Action by John Luxton against Thomas Cove as to purchase 

by deft, from William Lodge of Free Chapel and advowson. C.P. 

ii. 137, 142. 
. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 249, 255. 



N edging. 203 

, Petition of the inhabitants desiring that two parts of the Rectory 

impropriate of Neyland and Stoke may be settled upon the Rev. 
Mott for the increase of his maintenance, 20 Car. I. H.L. vii. 44, 45. 

, Statement by Sam. Gibbs that town of, has 400 inhabitants and 

chapel of ease unendowed belonging to Stoke incumbent of which 
enjoys all tithes, &c., but performs no Divine Service ; the said 
Gibbs has procured a priest to preach, &c., every Sunday, and 
Edw. Sherman is willing to officiate alternate Sundays, 1672. S.P. 
308. 

, Stipend of curate increased, 1711. Tanner cccv. 129. 

, Trust for a curate to perform divine service in the parish church. 

Trust Deed. 22 Geo. III. 1, 1. 26 Geo. III. 28, 19.^*3 Geo. III. 
31,7. 

. Parts assigned to the Consolidated Chapelry of S. Matthew 

Leavenheath, 1863. L.G. 191. 

NAYLAND-WTTH-WISSINGTON. Order for compulsory formation of 
School Bd. in, 1900. L.G. 690. 

NEALE. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 

NEBKUNNE v, Newbourne. 

NECCHEMARA al. Nechamere al. Necton v, Nacton. 

NECTON. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 

NEDGING (Huydding, Meddyng', Nedding, Neddingh, Neddying, 
Nedginge, Neding, Needing, Nildinga). Brass ring found at (1884). 
P.S.A., 2nd ser. xi. 168. 

, Bequest of land at, post 991. Harl. 43 C. 4. S.I. vii. 225. 

. Lands of St. Etheldreda. In K.E.'s time 3 carucates 8a. meadow 

1 mill and a church living with 7a. And 2 socmen had 14a. Dom. 
385. 

, Robert de Insula held one knight's fee of the Bp. of Ely in,. 

1210-12. Red. Book of the Exchequer, 140d. 

, Free warren in, Robert de Insula. Chart. Rolls, 48 Hen. III. 2. 

, Robert de Insula held 2 fees in N. and 1 fee in, of the Bp. of 

Ely and he of the King. H.R. ii. 151. He had warren in. Ib. 153. 

, Robert de Hasting v. Robert Delisle and others, touch, a tene- 
ment in. Pat. Rolls, 4 Edw. 1. 5d. 

, Pardon to John Laverok chaplain for having broken the houses- 

and walls of Sir Guy de Brian at, 1 Rich. II. by night and ravished 
Agnes Deye servant there. Ib. 6 Rich. II. pt. ii. 24. 

. Muster. 13 Names, 1539. S.P. 652 M. 21. 

, Licence for house of Rich. Cooper, Presbyterian, 1672. S.P. 178. 



204 Nedging. 

. Poor Law Acts. (P.O.) 47, 48 Viet. c. 47. 

. Included in the Lavenham Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1620. 

NEDQING v. sub Hartest, &c., Semer, &c. 

NEDGING MANOR. Extent. Warinus de Insula. I.P.M., 26 Edw. I. 29. 

, Enrolment of deed of Hervey de Staunton who held two parts 

of, the inheritance of Robert son and heir of Sir Warin de Insula for 
life by demise from Sir Warin and by grant of the said Robert, 
granting annuity of 100 a year to said Robert. Close Rolls, 4 
Edw. II. 26d. The above grant by Robert to Hervey. Ib. 25. 

, Enrolment of deed by above Robert grant of extension of term 

to Hervey who held one-third of, by demise from Sir Robert Fitz 
Wautier and Lady Alice his wife mother of the said Robert de 
Insula as of her dower. Ib. 25. 

, Lands in Whatefeld held by Hervey de Staunton in chief of the 

fee of. Ib. 8 Edw. II. (1314) 33. 

. John Phelipp. I.P.M., 3 Hen. V. 42. 

. Wm. late duke of Suff. Ib. 28 Hen. VI. 25. 

. Saved to Duch. of Suff. 1461. R.P. v. 470, 1464. Ib. 5246. 

forfeited by John Earl of Lincoln 1495. vi. 4746. 

. Restored to Edmund Earl of Suff. Ib. 

, Grant of, to Edward Nevill. 1 Hen. VIII. O. Rot 35. 

. Edmund E. of Suff. d. 4 May 1513 held of the King by fealty, &c., 

val. 9 per arm. I.P.M., 5 Hen. VIII. 1. 

, Commission touch, grant in fee of, to use of Margaret wife of 

Edm. late E. of Suff. alleged not to have been forfeited on attainder 
of Earl. S.P., 5 Hen. VIII. 4254. 

, Grant by Chas. D. of Suff. to Crown of, in exchange by Deed, 

30 Hen. VIII. 1538. S.P. ii. 1182 (18a). 

, Letter Patent of Phil, and Mar. to Sir Clement Higham and 

the heirs of his body, of, 1 Eliz. M. Pas. Rec. Rot. 25. 

, Grant of, to Sir Clement Higham, 1 and 2 P. and M. 5 Pars. 

O. Rot. 83. Supposed to be escheat on account of defective title, 
11 Jac. I. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 94. 

, Jasper Despotine an Italian physician of Bury devised his, to 

his widow and daughters 1650. S.I. i. 44. 

. Sir Symonds D'Ewes autobiography. 76. ii. 123, 143. His Will 

13 Dec. 1648. Tymms's Bury Wills p. 200. 

NEDGING MANOB v. sub Eye Honor, &c., Furneux Manor, Hunting- 
field Manor, &c. 



Needham. 205 

NEDGING and KETILBARSTON MANORS. Grant by the King to Alice 

duchess of Suffolk of. Pat. Rolls, 7 Edw. IV. pt. iii. 6. 
NEDGING and BILDESTON. Sale by Court of Chancery of freehold 

and copyhold estates in (Wiggin v. Chinery) 1900. L.G. 2982. 
NEDGING and VIRLEYS MANORS. Grant during life of Margaret wid. 

of Edm. de la Pole of Castle and lordship of Eye and of manors of, 

forfeited by the said Edmund. S.P., 5 Hen. VIII. 4203. 
NEDGING CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19038. Plate. S.I. >ix. 

212. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. 

L.G. 859. 
NEDGING and NAITGHTON UNITED SCHOOL DISTRICT. School Board, 

Bye-laws made 8 April 1881. L.G. 1683. 
NEECH. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 
NEEDHAM (Nedeham, Nedhana). 
, In Yaxley, grant by Roger de Bevilers, son of Warren deBevilers 

to the hospital of St. Peter without St. Edmund in frankalmoigne of 

two acres less one rood in (c. 1180-90). Bodl. Suff. Ch. 3. 
, Lands, &c., in, John Reve v. John Stanegale. E.C.P., 21-28 

Hen. VI. 15, 254. 
. Wills of residents at Needham in Yaxley proved at Ipswich 

1444-1455. Robert Rigg fol. 175. John Sparrowe fol. 36. of 

residents at Needham in Gazeley, 1458-1477. John Elie fol. 183. 

Matthew Gerling fol. 62. Robert Hanill fol. 197. Margaret Harno 

fol. 205. Agnes Havell fol. 111. Jacob Heney fol. 17. John 

Hoggnia fol. 38. John Jephery fol. 107. Bartholomew Leton 

fol. 319. William Page fol. 238. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands of Duchy of Lancaster in, 7 to 8 

Edw. IV. Bundle 323, No. 5274. 
(in Gazeley). Particulars of land for grant to John Pope, 36 

Hen. VEIL D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 252. 
, Inquis. p.m. of Thomas Losse of, 1 Eliz. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. 

p. 131. 
, Lease in reversion to Thos. Sterne and Amy his wife for 

30 years, of lands, in, 1597. S.P. 404. 
, Charity. 5 Jac. I. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 3, No. 24. A.D. 

1649. Ib. Confirmations, etc. Roll 9. 

. School established, 9 Jac. I. 6 Pars 0. Rot. 40. 

, Licence to Fras. and Thos. Needham to erect and endow free 

grammar school in ; also to erect alrnshouse in, 1611. S.P. 63. 



206 Needham. 

, Redemption of mortgages in house, and copyhold lands in 

manor of Boyford made by plaintiff to Osmond Davye, and extent 
on plaintiff's goods. Edwd. Mills v. Saml. Davye and others. 1612 
at Needham. Exch. dep. 

, Liberty to Mr. James of, to preach at Rattlesden, 1653. S.P. 

439. 

. Workhouse. 4 Jac. II. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 43, No. 18. 

School. Ib. 

NEEDHAM IN GAZELEY v, sub Badley, &c., Desning Manor, Kentford, 
&c., Melford, &c., Mendham, &c., Moulton, &c., Whelnetham (Great). 

NEEDHAM MANOR or Needham Hall Manor in Gazeley v. sub Barking 
Manor, &c., Gazeley, Gazeley, &c. 

NBEDHAM CHURCH v. sub Barking Ch., &c. 

NEEDHAM family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 185. Pedigree. 
Add. 19143. Grant of lands in Suffolk to Francis Needham and 
John Jesinan, 9 Jas. I. 6 Pars O. Rot. 39. 

NEEDHAM MARKET. Arch. x. 350. The Chapel of S. John the Baptist. 
S.I. iv. 245. Skeleton found at Gallows' Hill nr. E.A. (N.S.) iii. 
215. Bronze Bowl from. Arch. Ivi. 48. 

, Commission on complaint by William de Bohun E. of Northamp- 
ton that Philip de Thame Prior of St. John of Jerusalem, Thomas 
Tebant of Berkyngg, John de Coventre of Hecham, Edmund de 
Ohmdon and John Flour of Coddenham and others carried away 
his goods and committed assault at. Pat. Rolls, 17 Edw. III. pt. ii. 
Ud. 

, Commission on complaint by John Tibetot ' chivaler ' that 

Richard de Wyght the elder and yr., Adam le Shepherd of Combes, 
Richard le Slatter of Nedham, and others carried away goods and 
committed assault at. Ib. 17 Edw. III. pt. ii. 16d. 

, Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. John Galion 

fol. 49. William Huntinge fol. 28. 1458-1477. Simon Beltes 
fol. 50. John Blomvill fol. 225. William Bonewell fol. 59. John 
Cole fol. 151. Rose Ely fol. 264. John Flegg fol. 284. 
William Gelyon fol. 118. Reginald Harne fol. 196. Richard 
Lambert fol. 187. 

1 William Gerlyng of, witness to feoffment, 1446. Stowe Ch. 235. 

, Pardon of outlawry to Wm. Dryver, late of. Pat. Rolls, 12 
Edw. IV. pt. i. 24. 

, Wills of John Flegge and Thomas Barrey of, proved Canter- 
bury 1500-1. 8 Rep. Hist. Com. 334. 



Neotuna. 207 

, Inquis. p.m. of Thomas Mowse of, clothmaker, 37-38 Hen. VIII. 

D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 129. 
, Precipes on covenants cone, lands in, 1589. Add. Ch. 25409 : 

1593. Add. Ch. 25475. 
. Charity and School. A.D 1649. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 19, 

No. 37. 

. Charity A.D. 1651. 76. Bundle 20, No. 22. 

, Request for licences for Thomas James of, Congregationalist, 

1672. S.P. 42. 
, Request for licence for an outhouse of widow Margaret Rozer 

in. 76. Licence. 76. 196. 
. School. 1 Will, and Mary. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 21, 

No. 19. 

, Will of M. Moore of, 1723. Add. Ch. 10116. 

, Samuel Read, water-colour painter, born ab. 1815 at. D.N.B. 

xlvii. 352. 

, Chapel in, for Independents. Trust Deed. 1837, 188, 10. 

. Chapel registered for marriages 1844. L.G. 3077. 

. Transferred to the Stowmarket County Court District 27 

June 1851. L.G. 1663 ; 8 July 1851. L.G. 1767. 
. Benefit of certain poor and aged people. Trust Deed. 1858, 

124,2. 
, School and residence for teacher at, in the parish of Barking. 

Trust Deed. 1865, 82, 3. 

. Fair abolished 14 Nov. 1871. L.G. 4666. 
NEEDHAM MARKET v. sub Blythburgh Priory. 
NEEDHAM MARKET CHURCH. Notes on. E.A. vi. 309. Ruinous. 

76. ii. 89. Drawing of a stained glass in (1831). Add. 34871. 

Monuments in. Add. 19084, 19085. Plate. S.I. ix. 159. 

. Desecration by Dowsing 1643. S.I. vi. 254. 

. Chapelry in, Barking q.v. 

NEEDING v. Nedging. 

NEGUS of Bungay and of Dallinghoo. Pedigrees. Add. 19143. 

NEILOND al. Nelend al. Nelond v. Nayland. 

NEIRGRANT v. Mirgrant. 

NEKELTON al. Necton. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 

NEKETON (De) family. S.I. x. 26, 27, 46, 47. 

NELSON of Aldeburgh, Yoxford, Bungay, &c., and Lord Nelson. 

Pedigrees. Add. 19143. 
NEOTUNA, v. Nowton. 



208 Nerford. 

NERFORD (William de). Chartulary of the estates of, in cos. Norfolk 

and Suff. 13th-14th cent. Stowe 776. 
NERPORD al. Nereford. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 
NES (?). William de Nes held of the King in chief a gersumary 

socage in, held by tenants on the gift of Gilberd da Nes father of 

the said William. H.R. ii. 163. 
, John de Nes t. Hen. III. held of him in chief a gersumary 

socage in, one Nicholas de Cabelhowe and John his brother and 

Thomas de Nes held by purchase the same. 76. 
NETHES ATTYLTON MANOR. Licence for Andrew de Bures to grant 

for life to Master William de Bures, said to be held in chief as of 

the honor of Montgomery. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. III. pt. i. 16. 
NETHER ATTYLTON MANOR v. sub Wickhambrook. 
NETHER PLACE MANOR v. sub Thurston. 

NETHERBERY HALL and NETHERBERY HALL MANOR v. sub Layham. 
NETHERHALL (Netherall, Netherbery, Netherhill, Netherhyll, Nether- 
sail). 

, Saxon clay-ball from. B.A.A. xxii. 341. 

, Ministers' accounts of, 33 to 34 Hen. VI. Bundle 1003, No. 22. 

, Removal of process from moiety of, and discharge of Jeremy 

Bettenham and William Harlakenden, 1 1 Eliz. M. Trin. Rec. Rot. 25. 
, Daniel Bettenham and wife to shew title to a moiety of, 16 Eliz. 

M. Hil. Rec. Rot. 30. 

, Grant of arms to Thos. son of Robt. Bright of, 1641. S.P. 6-i. 

NETHERHALL v. sub Lavenhain, Thuraton, &c. 

NETHERHALL IN LITTLE WALDINGFIELD, v. sub Capel St. Mary. 

NETHERHALL IN OTLEY v. sub Bures, Newton, Otley Manor, Otley, &c., 

Preston Manor. 
NETHERHALL MANOR. Grant to Thomas and George Bacon, 36 

Hen. VIII. 3 Pars 0. Rot. 91. 
, Claim by Crown on Robert Downes for forfeiture of, 9 Eliz. 

M. Pas. Rec. Rot. 77. 

. The like on John Freston, 20 Eliz. M. Hil. Rec. Rot. 20. 

. 34 Eliz. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 49. 

, Livery of lands part of, to Robert Prettyman brother of Thomas. 

1626. Chancery. D.K.R. 43. App. i. p. 42. 
NETHERHALL MANOR v. sub Barningham, Bures, Cavendish, Capel St. 

Mary, Claydon Manor, Lavenham, Lavenham Manor, Layham 

Manor, Overhall Manor, &c., Pakenham, Poslingford, Stanstead, 

Thedwestry Huad., Thurston, Waldingfield (Little). 



Nettlestead. 209 



NETHERHALL MANOR. Note. These entries no doubt refer to various 

Netherhall Manors. Order of Henry Glemham and Thomas 

Holland to William Whittle to appear on a petition of Francis Alby 

concerning, n.d. Add. 15857. 
Of Pakenham. Rad. de Hemenale for Bury Abbey. I.P.M., 

36 Edw. III. pt. ii. (2nd nos.) 36. 

, Matilda wife of John de Veer E. of Oxford. Ib. 40 Edw. III. 38. 

. Thomas de Veer E. of Oxford. Ib. 45 Edw. III. 45. 

, Grant of, by Edw. IV. to Anne wife of Sir William Bourgchier 

and sister to Q. Elizabeth the King's wife. West, 1479. Cotton. 

Titus, c. x. 1. 

. Thos. Sampson. I.P.M., 1 Rich. III. 35. 

, Elizabeth Chamberleyne wife of Sir Robert C. d. 23 May 1517 

and Radulph C. miles son and heir. Ib. 9 Hen. VIII. 117. 
, Thomas Springe d. 29 June 1523 and John Spring son and heir. 

Ib. 15 Hen. VIII. 17. 
. Thomas Felton d. 10 Feb. 1533 and Thomas son and heir. 

76. 26 Hen. VIII. 3. 

NETHERREKYNGHAL v. Rickinghall Inferior. 
NETKEMARA v. Nacton. 
NETTLESTEAD (Nethlestede, Netilsted, Netlestead, Netlested, 

Netlesteda, Netlestede, Nettelstede, Nettlefild, Nettlesteade, 

Nettlsted). 
, Wentworth of. E.A. (N.S.) ii. 161, 185, 193, 223, 238, 262 

300, 321, 339. 

, Arms of Despencer and Wentworth of. P.S. A., 2nd ser. xiii. 356. 

. Lands of Earl Alan. Gouty a freeman held in K.E.'s time 5 

carucates as a manor. Now Halandlt holds of the Earl 8a. 

meadow. 1 mill. A church with 8a. and Earl Ralph added 34 

freemen with 2 carucates. 3a. meadow. A church with 70a. 

and a freeman held 60a. as a manor which Humphrey holds of the 

Earl. 5a. meadow. Dom. 2946. 
, Valencia held, which was Earl Britannia's value p. an. 20. 

Red Book of the Exchequer. Inquisitions concern. Serjeanty. 
, Deeds relating to, 1139-late 12th cent. Add. Ch. 28322, 28331, 

28353. 
, Brito Balistarius to have seisin of 1 carucate in, at rent of 7. 

Close Rolls, 17 John pt. i. 7. 
, William de Cresee held 2 knights' fees of the King in capite im. 

T. de N. 295. 

o 



210 Nettlertead. 



, Brito Philipus de Pirie held one moiety and Theobald de Belhus 

held the other moiety of, value xx?t. and was escheat of Peter Boterel 

Briton.' T. de N. 300. 
i Acknowledgment that land of Brito Balistarius in, is 1 knight's 

fee pertaining to the Earl of Bretaigne as of the Honor of Richmond, 

and he is to have full seisin. Close Rolls, 3 Hen. III. pt. ii. 1. 
, Order to give seisin to Nicholas de Nereford of land which Briio 

Balistarius held in, to sustain him in the King's service during 

pleasure. Close Rolls, 10 Hen. III. 24. 
, Command that seisin be given to Peter de Malo Alneto of his 

lands in. 76. 10 Hen. III. 13. 

, Command that seisin of land formerly held by Brito Balis- 
tarius be made to Theobald de Belhus. Ib. 11 Hen. III. 17. 

, Land in, Theobald de Bellehus. Chart. Rolls, 12 Hen. III. 4. 

, Land in, Philip de Pyerrie. Ib. 14 Hen. III. pt. ii. 3. 

, Nicholas de Someresham v. Agnes late wife of Adam del Boys, 

touch, a messuage and land in. Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. I. 8d. 
, Land in, John de Nerford son of Thomas Nerford. I.P.M., 

38 Edw. III. 31. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich, 1444-1455. Roger 

Gunfilde fol. 182. 1458-1477. John Hoggeson fol. 190. 
, Thos. Wentworth 1st Baron Wentworth of, born 1501 at. 

D.N.B. Ix. 264. 
, Pardon and release to Sir Rich. Wentworth of, as late sheriff 

of Norf. and Suff. S.P., 4 Hen. VIII. 3851. 
, Thos. Wentworth 2nd Baron Wentworth of, born 1525 at. 

D.N.B. be. 265. 
, Grant to Cardinal Wolsey of lands, &c., in, in King's hand, 1528. 

S.P., 20 Hen. VHI. 4424. 
, Christopher, son of Sir John Glemham married Margaret sister 

of first Ld. Wentworth of, and their dau. Eliz. marr. in 1554 Henry 

Wentworth. P.S.A., 2nd ser. vol. xiii. 358. 
, John Bois, translator of the Bible, born 1561, at. D.N.B. 

v. 311. 
, Sir Thos. Wentworth 4th Baron Wentworth of, born at, 1591. 

D.N.B. Ix. 284. 
, Precipe on a covenant cone, land in, 1593. Add. Ch. 

25476. 

, Livery of lands in, to John Lambe brother of Thos. 1632. 

Chancery, 1633. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 488. 



Nettlestead. 211 



. Schools. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 

1690. 

NETTLESTEAD v. sub Blakenham, Baylham, &c., Flowton, &c., Ips- 
wich, &c., Wissett, &c. 

NETTLESTEAD MANOR. Pardon of the King to Theobold de Bellehus 
for scutage in respect of. Close Rolls, 11 Hen. III. 11. 

, Order to allow Philip de Pirie and Theobald de Bellehus to have 

corn in. Ib. 15 Hen. III. 12, 6. 

, Peter de Sabaudia. Chart. Rolls, 25 Hen. III. 4. 46 Hen. III. 

3. 

, Charter relating to [1262]. Add. 5702. 

. Robert de Tipetot. Chart. Rolls, 54 Hen. III. 5. 

. Held of the King in chief. H.R. ii. 193. 

, Grant in fee simple to Robert de Tybotot in extension of a 

grant by Hen. III. to him of. Pat. Rolls, 6 Edw. I. 11. 

. Extent. Robert de Tybetot. I.P.M., 26 Edw. I. 39. 

, Licence for Payn Tybotot to grant to Roger de Wrotham parson 

of the Ch. of Arkeseye and John Lucas parson of the Ch. of N. and 
for them to regrant to the grantor and Agnes his wife and his heirs. 
Pat. Rolls, 5 Edw. II. pt. i. 6. 

. Payn Tibtoft and Agnes his wife. I.P.M., 8 Edw. II. 48. 

. Agnes wife of Pagan Tibetot. Ib. 2 Edw. III. 42. 

. John de Tybetot. Ib. 41 Edw. III. 59. 

, Order to accept security from Robert son and heir of John de 

Tibetot and Margaret his wife of, and the advowson of the Church 
held of the King in chief by knight service and of 240 acres of land 
30 of meadow 4 of pasture 3 of wood 1 park and 4 rent in Nettle- 
stead, Parva Blakynham, Braunford, Somersham and Boylham and 
the advowson of the Ch. of Blakynham not held of the King. O., 
41 Edw. in. 3. 

. Extent. Robert Tibetot. I.P.M., 46 Edw. III. 64. 

. Sir Phil, le Despenser. Ib. 2 Hen. VI. 31. 

, By inquisition found that Sir Philip le Despenser held for life 

by law of England after death of Elizabeth his wife mother of 
Margery wife of Roger Wentworth and dau. and heir of said Philip 
and Elizabeth, the site of the manor house of, 160a. of land and old 
orchard and 13s. 4d. of rents of assize in, of the King in chief 
with remainder after death of Philip to John Loterell and others 
and the heirs of Thomas Wentworth. Pardon for alienation without 

[ licence. Pat, Rolls, 3 Hen. VI. pt, i. 12k 



212 Nettlestead. 



. Members. Ric. Bothe. I.P.M., 17 Edw. IV. 22. 

. Margt. wife of Rog. Wentworth. Ib. 18 Edw. IV. 35. 

, Grant by Sir Rich. Wentworth to Edw. White of an annuity 

out of, 11 Hen. VIII. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 642. 

. Sir Richard Wentworth d. 17 Oct. 1528 and Sir Thomas son 

and heir. I.P.M., 21 Hen. VIII. 60. (Held of King in chief by 

serv. of 1 K. fee.) 
. Sir Thomas Wentworth Lord W. d. 3 March 1550 and Thomas 

Lord W. son and heir. Ib. 5 Edw. VI. 54. 
NETTLESTEAD MANOR v. sub Kettleburgh, &c. 
NETTLESTEAD MANOR and CHURCH. Licence to Pagan Tibetot to 

alienate. I.Q.D., 5 Edw. II. 58. 
, Order to escheator not to meddle with, which Payn Tybetot 

and Agnes his wife held by feoffment from Roger de Wrotham 

parson of Arkeseye and John Lucas parson of Nettlested. Close 

Rolls, 8 Edw. II. 34. 
NSTTLESTEAD CHURCH. Notes on. E.A. vi. 153. Epitaphs in. 

Add. 21032. Monuments in. Add. 19084, 19085. Plate. S.I. 

ix. 160. 
, Grant in fee to Robert de Tybotot in extension of a grant by 

Hen. III. to him of. Pat. Rolls, 6 Edw. I. 11. 
, Licence for Payn Tybotot to grant advowson of, to Roger de 

Wrotham and John Lucas and for them to re-grant to grantor and 

Agnes his wife and his heirs. Ib. 5 Edw. II. pt. i. 6. 
, Pardon of trespass committed by John Tibbetot in enfeoffing Sir 

Ralph Spygornel of the advowson of, and of regrant by Ralph to 

him and Margaret his wife in tail with remainder to his right heirs 

without licence. Ib. 11 Edw. III. pt. ii. 22. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 263. 

, Presentation of Richard Mitchell to, 16 Car. II. Pat. Rolls, 

D.K.R. 46. App. i. p. 85. 
. Benefice. Rectory united with that of Little Blakenham 

11 Mar. 1877. L.G. 3075. 
. Procurations and synodals released 22 Jan. 1878. L.G. 

327. 
NETTLESTEAD and LITTLE BLAKENHAM CHURCHES. Paganus de 

Tibtoft and Agnes his wife. I.P.M., 8 Edw. II. 48. 
, Rectory and lands in, called New Parkes, said to have been 

disparked by the Earl of Cleveland. Tithes. Henry Osbaston v. 

Augustine Parker and other. 1656 at Ipswich. Exch. dep. 



Newbourne. 213 



NETTLESTEAD and BRATTNFORD. Commission on complaint by Payn 
Tibotot that Roger de Scales parson of church of Beilham, Robt. de 
Beumays of Beilham, Rich, de Perham, with others, forcibly entered 
his free warren at, hunted therein and did other damage. Pat. 
Rolls, 7 Edw. II. pt. ii. 21d. 

NETTLESTEAD, BRATTNFORD, BEILHAM, SOMERSHAM, FLOCTON and 
BUBSTALL. Commission on complaint by Payn Tybotot, that 
Roger de Scales with others, entered with force his free warren at, 
hunted therein, took his hares and rabbits and did other damage. 
76. 7 Edw. II. pt. ii. IQd. 

NETJTON, NEUTUN al. Neutuna v. Newton. 

NETTTONIA VETUS v. Newton Old. 

NEVE als. Bolding. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 

NEVE (Le). Letter of Thomas Hearne stating that the MSS. of, are 
not in the Church of Norwich, May 1731. Lansd. 778, 120. 

NEVE (Anthony). Lease to, of lands in Suff. 4 Jac. I. 5 Pars 0. Rot. 
41. 

NEVILL or Neville family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 184. Pedi- 
gree. Add. 19143. Queen's Ixxi. Ixxiv. 4 ; with arms. Tanner 
cclvii. 30, 48. Short notice of family. Tanner ccc., cclv., 100. 
Deeds relating to. Queen's Ixxxviii. 201. " Nevill family. De 
Nova Villa, or the house of Nevill in sunshine and shade ," by H. J. 
Swallow. Newcastle 1885, 8vo. E. of Salisbury, Westmoreland 
and Warwick. Lord Latimer. Pedigree. Add. 19143 Marquis 
Montacute. Pedigree. Harl. 155, 1177. Claim of Crown on 
Edward Nevyle for forfeiture of lands. 2 and 3 Ph. and Mar. 
M. Mich. Rec. Rot. 65. Agreement of Henry Neville, Lord Aber- 
gavenny with Henry Copinger as to marriage between families. 
Harl. 98. Grant of lands in Suffolk to same. 8 Jas. I., 5 Pars O. 
Rot. 96. 

NEWBOURNE (Nebrunna, Neubrumna, Neubrunma, Neubrunne, 
Neuburne, Newborne, Newburn, Newburne). 

, Purpet family of. E.A. (N.S.) i. 311, 328. 

. Lands of Roger of Poictou. A freeman under Gurth held 15a. 

This Albert the Burnt holds of Roger. Dom. 347. 

. Lands of Ranulf brother of Ilger. 18 freemen in KE.'s time 

with 1 carucate and 40a. 1 Church benefice with 12a. Donu 
4246. 

, Robert Fitz-Ailma and Agnes his wife v. Richard de Karleton 

and others, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. I. 15. 



214 Neivbourne. 



, William Fitz-Walter and Matilda del Boys v. William Taket 

touch, a tenement in. 76. 
, Gaelot Helyon of, mentioned. Pat. Bolls, 13 Edw. III. 

pt. ii. 14d. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. William 

Woode fol. 36. 1458-1477. John Emme fol. 275. William 

Grant fol. 251. John Purpitt fol. 290. 
, Sir Robt. Wingfield solicits wardship of son of John Purpett 

of, 1606. S.P. 302. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 4 Nov. 1879. L.G. 6233. 

NEWBOTJRNE v. sub Hemley, &c. 

NEWBOTTRNE MANOR. Grant in fee to Thos. d. of Norf. of, in 

King's hands by attainder of Wolsey. S.P., 22 Hen. VIII. 

220 (11). 

, Conf. on a recovery of, &c., 1612. Add. Ch. 10244. 

v. sub Brandeston Manor, &c., Martlesham Manor, &c. 

NEWBOTTRNH CHURCH. Monuments in. Add 19086. N. and Q. 

8th ser. vi. 284. Plate. S.I. ix. 166. 

. Clericus. Simon t. Edw. I. Add. Ch. 10464. 

, Ralph de Swanton parson of, mentioned. 22 Edw. I. 4d. 

, Request of Henry Dodwell that Sir Nathaniel Brent may b& 

ordered to institute him to rectory of, 20 Dec. 1645. 6 Rep. Hist. 

Com. 80. 
. Order for the Rev. Henry Dodwell to be instituted, 21 Car. I. 

H.L. viii. 52. 
. Rector. 1710. John Steffe ob. Add Ch. 14996 : 1710. 

Will. Cavell. Add. Ch. 14995, 14996. 

, Grants of the rectory, 1710. Add. Ch. 14995-6. 

. Benefice. Procurations and sy no dais released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 5216. 
NBWBOTTRNE and WALDRINGPIELD. 58 acres in, Roger le Hewe for 

Priory of Wodebrugge. I.P.M., 46 Ew. III. (2nd nos.) 11. 
NEWCOME and NEWCOMEN. Pedigrees. Add. 19143. 
NEWENHAM v. sub Groton, &c. 
NBWERK (sic). 100s. rent in, William de Burstall Parson of Ch. of 

Fernham and others for William de Whatton Parson of Ch. of Stoke. 

I.P.M., 30 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 2. 
NEWHALL al. Makinshall. Grant of, to Seaman al. Turner, 37 Hen. VIII. 

7 Pars 0. Rot. 16. 
NEWHALL, v, sub Ousden Manor (Barneys) v. sub Brockford, &c. 



Newmarket. 215 



NEWHALL MANOR. Grant for life to the King's mother Cicely of, 
with appurtenances in towns of Cavendisshe, Clare, Poselingford, 
Cokefeld, Barnardeston, Honyden, Illeigh and Preston, a toft, 48 
acres of land, 120 of pasture and 30 of wood called ' Peches ' and 
' Alphedney ' in said towns of Clare and Cavendisshe, 120 acres 
of land, 140 of pasture, 13 of meadow, and 60 of wood in Clare, 
Poslingford and Cauendisshe called ' Mortymers,' 30 acres of land 
20 of pasture and 8 of meadow in Cauendisshe and Boxstede called 
' Shelford,' a water mill called ' Paddokkysmyl ' in Cauendisshe, 
a messuage and 8 acres of land in Cauendisshe called the manor of 
Greys in Cauendisshe, to hold with all advowsons, and other 
appurtenances as fully as King's father held them with all issues 
since his death by the services of as many knights' fees and as 
many other rents and services as they were held by before 1 Edw. IV. 
Pat. Rolls, 8 Edw. IV. pt. i. 16. 

. Joan wife of Sir W. Parre. I.P.M., 15 Edw. IV. 34. 

. Margt. wife of Rog. Wentworth. 76. 18 Edw. IV. 35. 

NEWHALL MANOR v. sub Cavendish, Clare, &c., Ousden Manor, &c. 

NEWHAWE MANOR v. sub Huntingfield M., &c. 

NEWMAN and NEWMARCH. Pedigrees. Add. 19143. 

NEWMARKET. 15 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. u. 44, 281. Hist, of, and 
Annals of the Turf, by J. P. Hore. Newmarket, 1885, 3 vols. Bvo. 
Described (1737). Rep. on Portland MSS. vol. vi. 171. The 
Devil's Dyke. S.I. i. 167. Charles II.'s visit to. 1 Rep. Hist. 
Com. 44. 7 Rep. 262, 3156, 351, 3696, 376, 434, 4656, 466, 467, 
4676, 4696, 4746, 4916, 513, 533. William III. at. 7 Rep. 5026, 
506. Prince Charles at. 76. 5306. Hammond family of. Burke 
L.G. 715. Antiquities found at. S.I. i. 167, 218, 221. Visit of 
Suffolk Institute. S.I. i. 217. 

, Land in, I.P.M., 11 Edw. I. 19. 

, Prohibition against holding a tournament at. Pat. Rolls, 2 

Edw. II. pt. i. 9 ; 3 Edw. II. 24 ; 6 Edw. II. pt. i. 5, 4. 

, Thomas Houeman of, mentioned. 76. 12 Edw. III. pt. ii. 30. 

, Richard Mayner of, acknowledges that he owes a debt to be 

levied in default on his lands in Suff. Close Rolls, 16 Edw. III. 
pt. i. 5d, 

, Pardon of Robert Pryket for robbery of Lady de Talmach and 

others on Heath at. Pat. Rolls, 4 Rich. II. pt. i. 39. 

, A moiety of Boteler's Manor in, Edw. Boteler. I.P.M., 14 Hen. 

IV. 16. 



216 Newmarket. 



, John Heigham of, charged with neglect of duty as Constable, 

8 Hen. V. 9 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. i. 229. 
, Alien Priory of, leased out to farm during the war, 1425. R.P. 

iv. 3136. 
, Leet belonging to Abbey of Elrolphis in Normandy, grant 

saved to Priory of Stowe, 1459. R.P. v. 3656. 
, Manor called ' Argenteins '! in, held of Abbot of Bury by fealty 

only. Given by William Boswell and Ralph Hyde elks. 

to William Alyngton and Elizabeth his wife,dau. of Henry Wentworth 

and heirs of his body. William d. 22 Aug. 1485, Giles Alyngton 

son and heir. Inquis. 1 Hen. VII. 77. 

, Minstrels at (1520). Arch. xxv. 432. 

. Notes of the King's lodgings at Newmarket and Thetford, 1615. 

In the Caesar Collections. Add. 12498. 
, Bond of Wm. Baron of, and others for 100 for the appearance 

of Baron before Council, 1623. S.P. 541. 
, Eliz. serv. of Kath. Lady Conway desires favour of suit of her 

father John Wyatt, dwelling at, for renewal of Stat. of Hen. VIII. 

requiring practice in use of bows and arrows, for which he prays a 

patent for lives of himself and son. He would see this done once 

or twice a yr. in Suff., &c. 1625-26. S.P. Addenda 95. 

, Will of Thos. Raven of, 1626. Cur Prserog. Cant. 105 Heli. 

, Thomas Lovett keeper of King's house at, 1628. Chancery. 

D.K.R. 43. App. i. p. 118. 
, Licence to Eliz. and John Funston to sell wines in, 1631. 

Chancery. D.K.R. 43. App. i. p. 200. 
, Letter of John Clarke alderman of Bury St. Edmunds to Sir 

Thos. Barnardiston, fearing an invasion of, by the royalists, 30 

May 1648. Tanner Ivii. 123. 
, Edm. Gatway of, delinquent, 1649. Com. for money advance, 

1115. 
, Letter as to Dr. John Spencer keeping Court at, Suffolk side, 

1670. S.P. 179. 

, The great fire at, 1682. 7th Rep. Hist. Com. 351, 363, 3636. 

, Warrant for Christopher Tancred to be gamekeeper of, and 

twelve miles round. S.P. 1 W. and M. 148. 
, Letters of Charles Hilton of, to J. Mann 1704 to 0. Le Neve 

1704. Eger. 2720. 
, Order to pay the Minister and schoolmaster at, pension. 

established by Geo. I. of 102. 13. 9|, 1732-3. T. B. and P. 477. 



Newmarket. 217 



, Repairing road over Heath at to road leading to Stump Cross 

(Rep.) 3 Geo III. c. 32, 5 Geo III. c. 68, 46 Geo. III. c. 126, 10 Geo. 

IV. c. 53, 32 and 33 Viet. c. 90. 
, Appointment of Thos. Panton, vice Chas. D. of Grafton deed. 

to be sole master of the game for 12m. round, 1766. H.O.P. 367. 
, Inclosure Act in Parish of St. Mary in. (Local and pers. not pr.) 

53 Geo. III. c. 67. 
Trust for an additional burial ground for the parish of St. Mary 



in. Trust Deed. 59 Geo. III. 51, 9. 

, Independents at. Trust Deed. 2 Geo. IV. 69, 3. 

, Sunday School at. Trust Deed. 2 Will. IV. 75, 4. 

. Chapel registered for marriages 1845. L.G. 1144. 

County Court District formed 1847. L.G. 990; altered 1858. 

L.G. 5345. 
, A piece of land in parish of, for scholastic purposes. Trust 

Deed. 1850, 106, 1. 
. Subject to the Bankruptcy Jurisdiction of the Cambridge Court, 

1 Jan. 1870. L.G. 1. 

, Making railways from Ely to. 38 and 39 Viet. c. 205. 

, Waterworks in parishes of Exiling and. (P.O.) 46 and 47 

Viet. c. 48. 

. School Board formed 1872. L.G. 2712. 

. General Orders of the Local Government Board : 15 June 1875. 

L.G. 3096 ; 20 Feb. 1877. L.G. 840-851 ; 1 Nov. 1881. L.G. 

5356; 23 March 1877. L.G. 2196-2203; 5 June 1877. L.G. 

3503; 11 Sept. 1877. L.G. 5137. 11 Jan. 1878. L.G. 170; 7 

Oct. 1879. L.G. 5778 ; 21 Oct. 1879. L.G. 6025 ; 8 May 1877. 

L.G. 3013 ; 14 Sept. 1877. L.G. 5241 ; 4 Jan. 1878. L.G. 54 ; 

14 Feb. 1879. L.G. 741. 

. Fair abolished, 24 April 1877. L.G. 2747. 

. Bye-laws made 9 April 1878. L.G. 2449. 

. Union (formed 1835) Audit, included in Cambridge District, 

1879. L.G. 58791882. L.G. 1334. 

. Schools. Bye-laws by Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1711. 

, Sale by Court of Chancery of freehold properties in. (Pocock 

v. Kerry) 1886. L.G. 2823. 76. 1887, 969. 
. Marriage licence granted to Wesley Hall, St. Mary's Square, 

1893. L.G. 5839. 
. Notice of revocation of Electric Lighting Order, 1895. L.G. 

2066. 



218 Newmarket. 



. Notices under Companies Acts 1862 to 1890 resp. Breweries 

and White Hart Hotel Co. 1897. L.G. 418, 700, 1280. 

. Notice under Electric Lighting Order, 1897. L.G. 4946. 

. Dissolution of No. 7 Tavern Money Club 1900. L.G. 226. 

NEWMARKET v. sub Bury St. Edmunds, Ixworth Priory, Thetford. 
NEWMARKET MANOR. Court Rolls of. E.A. (N.S.) iii. 343. 

. Fairs, Reginald Argentine. Chart. Rolls, 21 Edw. I. 10. 

NEWMARKET CHURCH. Piscina discovered at. B.A.A. xiv. 271. 

Purse with jettons found at. Ib. Monuments in. Add. 19095. 

Inscriptions. Gent. M. 1802, pt. ii. 799, 800. Bells. S.I. v. 276. 

Plate. S.I. ix. 291. 
, Promise of inhabitants to remove pictures, &c., from, 1643. 

S.I. vi. 255. 
. Burials, 1855. L.G. 20081857. L.G. 37021858. L.G. 

3615, 4011. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodala released 25 Feb. 1881. 

L.G. 859. 
NEWMARKET and IXNING. 40 acres in, Joan wife of Rad. Le Botiller. 

I.P.M., 34 Edw. III. 40. 
NEWPORT (John). Grant to, of lands in Suff. 4 and 5 Jac. I., 6 

Pars 0. Rot. 7, 3 Pars 0, Rot. 58. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 
NEWSON. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 
NEWSPAPERS (Suffolk). Printed at Bury. N. and Q., v. 127. 

. Suffolk Mercury. Ib. v. 127. 

NEWSTRETE v. sub Buxhall, etc. 

NEWTON (Neuton, Neutun, Neutuna, Newenton, Neweton, Newetona,. 

Newetuna, Newtone, Ninuetona, Ninuetuna, Nortuna). 

N.B. All entries which cannot be assigned with certainty either 
to Newton nr. Ipswich, Newton nr. Sudbury, Newton nr. Gorton, or 
Old Newton are placed together under Newton alone. 
, Robert de St. German held two parts of a fee of Thomas d& 

Evereus and Thomas of the Honor of Clare in. T. de N. 292. 
, Free warren in, William de Kerdeston. Chart. Rolls, 51 Hen. III. 

7. 
, Clarice daughter of Robert le Sauvage v. Alexander le Chapeleyn, 

touch, a messuage and land in. Pat. Rolls, 5 Edw. I. 8d. 
, Free warren in, William de Gray. Chart. Rolls, 13 Edw. I. 

120 ; William Pakenham. Ib. 20 Edw. I. 22. 
, Extent. Land in, Henry de Clerbeck. I.P.M., 24 Edw. I. 

45. 



Newton. 



-- . Land in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. 76. 

35 Edw. I. 46. 

- , Free warren in, Robert de Bures. Chart. Rolls, 7 Edw. II. 
10. 

- , Land in, Thomas de Grey and Alicia his wife. I.P.M., 15 Edw. 
11.22. 

- , Land in, Robt. de Bures and Hillaria his wife. 76. 5 Edw. III.- 
55. 

- , Commission touching taking away of 18 horses 10 oxen 26 cows 
500 sheep worth 200 marks and carrying away other goods at. Pat. 
Rolls, 6 Edw. III. pt. iii. Id. , 

- , Grant by Will. Stonherd to James his son of a curtilage in, 18 
Edw. III. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 355. 

- , Free warren in, William de Clopton. Chart. Rolls, 22 Edw. III. 
37. 

- , Land in, William de Brundissh and others for Bury Abbey. 
I.P.M., 24 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 22. 

-- , Land in, Maria wife of Thomas de Brotherton E. of Norf. 76. 

36 Edw. III. pt. ii. 9. 

- , Free warren in, Rad. de Hemenhale. Chart. Rolls, 41 Edw. III. 2. 

- , Will of Thomas Dey of, proved at Ipswich, 1444-1455. fol. 82. 

- , Fees in, John D. of Norf. I.P.M., 19 Edw. IV. 73. 

- . Court of Wards and Liveries. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. p. 58. 

- , Sale by dame Anne Arundell to Robt. S . . . , of meadow 
in, 2 Hen. VIII. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 357. 

- , Exemplification in 1643 of a fine in, 1550. Slo. xxxii. 60. 

- . Charity. 6 Jac. I. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 3, No. 24. 

- , Primitive Methodist Chapel and School at. Trust Deed. 1864,. 
79,7. 

- . Confirming Local Government Order (Poor Law). 47 and 48- 
Viet. c. 80. 

NEWTON v. sub Akenham, &c., Bacton, &c., Barton, &c., Bury St. 

Edmunds, &c., Chevington, &c., Chilton, &c., Cornard (Little), &c.,. 

Herringfleet, &c., Horsecroft, &c., Stonham, &c., Stowmarket 

Manor, Stowmarket, &c., Sudbury, Waldingfield, &c., Waldingfield 

(Great), &c. 
NEWTON MANOR. Extent. Henry Cramavile. I. P.M., 26 Edw. I. 21. 

- . Held of Greeting Priory. Ministers' accounts 18 Edw. II. 
Bundle 1127, No. 4. 

- , Goods of Thos. Careles in. E.C.P., 6 Hen. IV. 2 Hen. VI. 5, 102. 



220 Newton. 

. Edward Jernegan d. 6 Jan. 1515 and John Jernegan son and 

heir. I.P.M., 7 Hen. VIII. 1. 
. Ela Lee wife of Edward Lee d. 2 Aug. 1535 and George Cotton 

son and next heir. 76. 28 Hen. VIII. 308. 
NEWTON MANOR v. sub Dealings, &c., Horham, &c., Waldingfield 

Great, &c., Sudbury. 
NEWTON CHURCH. Notes on. Add. 5829. Tanner cccx. 180. 

Monuments in. E.A. (N.S.) iv. 332. Add. 19077, 19078, 19108 ? 

19168. Registers (begin 1562). N. and Q., 7th ser. xi. 284. 
, Pardon of outlawry to William Hille parson of, for not answering 

John More ' gentilman ' as to debt. Pat. Rolls, 18 Edw. IV. pt. i. 27. 
, Valuation of rectory, 35 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. 

p. 164. 

. Charity. 4 Jac. I. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 2, No. 19. 

NEWTON GOSBECK MANOR v. sub Gosbeck. 

NEWTON and HOPTON. Adam son of Randulf appointed Henry son 

of William his attorney in proceedings against Richard Rerebrun 

ten. cone. 3a. in. Close Rolls, 14 Hen. III. m. lid. 
NEWTON, HORNINGHEATH, ICKWORTH and WHEPSTEAD. Gift by Will 

of Theodred Bp. of Hoxne c. 955 of land in, to Saint Edmund's Ch. 

to God's household. S.I. vii. 219. 
NEWTON, PERHAM and WHERSTEDE. 1 knight's fee and 4th part of a 

fee per Sir Thos. Todenham. John duke of Norf. I.P.M., II Hen. 

VI. 43. 
NEWTON and THIRSTED. 4th part of a fee in, Wm. de Ufford, Earl 

of Suff. and Joan his wife. Ib. 5 Ric. II. 57. 
NEWTON (in Hoxne Hund.) Land of Robert Molet's mother held of the 

Queen's fee. Edric of Laxfield held in K.E.'s time as a manor 6 

carucates and 20a. 1 park. 20a. meadow. A church with 40a. Dom. 
NEWTON in Lothingland Hund. (destroyed by sea formerly stood 

eastward of Gorton). Land of the King. A freeman held 30a. 

Dom. 2846. 
NEWTON in Lothingland. William Gunnore held acre part of a ger- 

sumary socage in, of Radolph de Samlemor and Radolph of the 

King. H.R. ii. 165. 
, William de St. Sano formerly held of the King in chief a ger- 

sumary socage in, and Henry Costin held la., Giles Grey la. 

Gunnora de Neutone la. and Giles Lock la. Ib. 

, John Bacun held of the King in chief 3 acres part of a gersumary 

socage in. 76. 



Newton: 221 

, Ralph Aslac held of the King in chief 3a. part of a gersumary 

socage in. 76. 

, Nicholas Lock formerly held of the King in chief a gersumary 

socage in, which Giles Lock held by descent. 76. 

NEWTON in Lothingland (now destroyed by sea). Gerard de Neuton 
formerly held of the King in chief 3 acres part of a gersumary socage 
in, and one John son of Symon held 1 acre and the Prior of Norwich 
held J an acre and others held the residue of the said land of the 
said John. H.R. ii. 165. 

, William de Neuton formerly held of the King in chief 3 acres 

part of a gersumary socage in, one John Laddy held 1 acre, John 
son of Adam de Neuton 3 rods, William Beune 1 rod, John Dolfyn 
an acre by purchase and Mabilia dau. of Dunstany held by descent 
an acre. 76. 

, Roger Garneys held of the King in chief 3 acres part of a ger- 
sumary socage in. 76. 

, Benedict de Neuton t. Hen. III. held of him in chief a gersumary 

socage in, and Thomas Beune and John his brother held 3a. and 
others held the residue of the said Thomas and John. H.R. ii. 
166. 

, Aylmer de Neuton t. King Harold held of him in chief a ger- 
sumary socage in, and John de Neuton held by descent 40 acres. 
Adam de Neuton by purchase of his ancestor held 1 ac. and others 
held of the said John and Adam and John de Gunton held 16 
acres. 76. 

, 1 messuage and 20 acres in, Robt. de Raymes. I.P.M.. 8 Edw. 

III. 59. 

, Order to escheator not to intermeddle with certain lands in, 

which belonged to Robt. de Reymes as land not held of the King but 
of Robert de Hontot by certain services. Close Rolls, 8 Edw. III. 11. 

. Court Rolls, 13, 16, 18 and 21 Rich. II. Bodl. Suff. Rolls 24. 

NEWTON IN SWILLAND MANOR v. sub Bealings Manor, &c., Bealings, &c.,, 
Sutton Manor, &c., Swilland. 

NEWTON JTJXTA IPSWICH MANOR. Robert Tudenham. I.P.M., 5 
Hen. V. 42. Sir John Tudenham. 76. 10 Hen. V. 266. Sir Thos. 
Tudenham. 76. 5 Edw. IV. 34. Margt. Bedingfeild wid. 76. 15 
Edw. IV. 38. Sir Robt. Wyngefeld. 76. 21 Edw. IV. 60. 

NEWTON [juxta Ipswich], CRETING, CODENHAM, GOSBECK and 
TUDENHAM. Rent of assize of tenements in, Margery wife of Sir 
John Tudenham. 76. 10 Hen. V. 38. 



222 Newton. 

NEWTON by SUDBUKY. Lords of Manor of Butlers or Botelers. S.I. 

ix. 267. 
(in Babergh Hund.). Lands of St. Edmund. St. Edmund held, 

as a manor in K.E.'s time and now Aelons holds it of the Abbot 

with 2 carucates. 2a. meadow. Dom. 360. 
. Lands of Ralph de Lime-si. Huthrad held under Harold 2 

carucates as a manor. 4a. meadow. A church living with 30a. 

Half a church living with 8a. and a freeman held 20a. Dom. 4286. 
, Grant by Sir John de Peyton to Ralph de Lungeley, the younger, 

and Roysia his wife, of meadow in, by the water running from N. 

watermill towards Boxford bridge. A. 3566. 

, Grants, &c., in, t. Hen. III. Harl. 49 I. 48, 49 : 1260. Harl. 

47 A. 42 : t. Edw. I. Harl. 52 D. 34, 55 G. 7 : 1297. Harl. 56 

E. 44 : 1299. Harl. 49 H. 25, 27 I. 4 : 1304. Harl. 51 C. 57, 

51 D. 1 : 1322-1335. Harl. 54 H. 20, H. 21 : 1362. Harl. 58 D. 

45: 1413. Harl. 49 D. 37 : 1592. Add. Ch. 25442 : 1657. 

Add. Ch. 19265 : 1665. Slo. xxxii. 61. 

, Free warren in, William de Blunvill. Chart. Rolls, 51 Hen. III. 4. 

, Free warren in, Richard Carbonell. Ib. 5 Edw. I. 

, Free warren in, John Carbonell. Ib. 29 Edw. I. 8. 

, Grant in dower of Sayham al. Siam (Seiham) in, early 13 cent. 

Harl. 55 G. 6. 

, Boteler's Manor in, John Car bonel. I.P.M., 7 Edw. III. 4. 

, Grant of goods in Sayham manor in, 1346. Harl. 54 H. 22. 

, Free warren in, Margaret Botelere. Chart. Rolls, 17 Rich. II. 

, Botelers Manor in. Robert Crane d. 20 Oct. 1500 and John 

Crane his brother and next heir. I.P.M., 16 Hen. VII. 
, Botelers Manor in. Robert Crane sen. of Chilton d. and Robert 

son and heir. Ib. 4 Edw. VI. 84. 
, Suit as to alienation fines for land called Brookes Grene and 

other lands. Att.-Gen. v. Plamplin. Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. 

to Pleadings. 41 Eliz. 33. 
. Suit as to a relief. Alston v. Turner. Duchy of Lancaster. 

Cal. to Pleadings. 42 Eliz. 3. 
, Suit as to relief for lands and variance as to the tenure. Alston 

v. Turner. Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. to Pleadings. 42 Eliz. 34. 
NEWTON-NEAR-STJDBTJBY. Contains part of Horsecroft hamlet q.v. 

. Included in the Lavenham Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1620. 
. Schools. Bye-laws by Att. Com. 26 April 1881. L.G. 1720. 



Newton. 223 

. Poor Law Acts. (P.O.) 47-48 Viet. c. 46. 

NEWTON MAXOR. Parliamentary Petition of Pier Fanelore, No. 
3352. D.K.R. 34. App. p. 58. 

. John de Monte Acuto Earl of Sarum. I.P.M., 1 Hen. IV. 11. 

. John de Monte Acuto late E. of Salisbury held at his death, 

hi right of Matilda his wife. I.Q.D., 1 Hen. IV. 33. 

, Grant in perpetual frankalmoign to Queen's College Cambridge, 

1484-5. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 96. 

, Grant to Royal Coll. of St. Margaret and St. Bernard Cambridge 

of. Pat. Rolls, 2 Rich. III. pt. i. 12. 

, Lease for 21 years by Margaret Countess of Salisbury to William 

Alston of Newton, 30 Hen. VIII. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 358. 

, Particulars of farm of, for grant to Thomas Barrowe, 35 Hen. VIII. 

D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 164. Grant 35 Hen. VIII. 4 Pars 0. Rot. 8. 

, Anthony Payne to shew title to, 13 Eliz. M. Pas. Rec. Rot. 40. 

, Claim under lease assigned by Henry Wynterfludd (1598) 

against William Alston sen. and jun. to messuages in, holden of 
Thomas Barrowe as of his manor of Newton Hall in, by William 
Houge who granted the lease in question. C.P. iii. 244. 

, Att.-Gen. on relation of Ralph Turner v. Robert Plampin as to 

title to lands. Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. to Pleadings. 41 Eliz. 16. 

, Suit as to rent fealty and suit of Court and as to tenure of Manor 

of Seyham Hall by Att.-Gen. against William Barrowe lord of. 76. 
42 Eliz. 36, 43 Eliz. 22. 

NEWTOX MAXOR and CHURCH. Bond of Peter Faneloure to Sir John 
Milys on account of a loan with note endorsed for voidance on Peter 
securing to Sir John lands in, a rent in his manor there, and the 
advowson of, bought by him from Peter. 47 Edw. III. A. 3829. 

, Sale by Peter Fanelor, to Sir John Milys of Clisseby parson of 

Bradewell, of land and rents in manor of Newton with the advowson 
of, 47 Edw. III. A. 3929. 

, With Church Extent. Matilda wife of John de Monte Acuto 

Earl of Sarum and wife of Alen de Buxhull. I.P.M., 3 Hen. VI. 31. 

NEWTOX al. Newton Hall Manor, &c., Advow. and Manor of Wyke. 
Lease by John Wolston and Richard Phylip to Sir Alan Buxhulle of, 
to the said Alan and his heirs with remainders to Richard Nevill 
earl of Salisbury and Alice his wife and her issue, Elizabeth wife of 
Robert Lord of Wyllughby, Anne wife of Lewis John and late the 
wife of Richard Haukeford knight and the heirs of the said 
Elizabeth and Anne, &c., 10 March. 14 Hen. VI. B. 2786. 



224 Newton. 

NEWTON BY SUDBUBY CH. Description of. S.I. ix. 270. Paper on 
a Sepulchral Monument (Boteler) at. S.I. ix. 262. View of 
Boteler Monument. 76. 263. Arms on tomb. 76. 264, 265. 
Plate. S.I. ix. 68. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 255. 

, Contains part of Horsecroft hamlet q.v. 

, Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. 

L.G. 859. 

NEWTON, HORNYNGESHERTH, WESTLE, BERTON, RISEBY, INGHAM, 
FORNHAM ST. MARTIN, FORNHAM ALL SAINTS, PARINGHAM, 

ROITGHAM, COKEFELDE, BRADEFELD and WHEPPESTEDE. Com- 

mission on complaint of the Abbot of Bury of damage in abbot's 

manors of. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. III. pt. iii. 8d. 
NEWTON OLD (Eldeneuton, Eldneuton, Eldneutone, Neuton, Neutone, 

Neutoniavetus, Newenten Vetus, Newtone). 
. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ii. 117. Ward Family of. E.A 

v. 150. 
. Land of Roger de Poictou. In K.E.'s time 2 freemen under 

Alsi nephew of Earl Ralph held 70a. Dom. 3506. 
. Land of the Bp. of Bayeux. 2 freemen under Alsi held 80a. 

Now Roger Bigot holds of the Bp. under Roger Warenger 3a. meadow. 

A sixth share of the advowson of church having lOa. Dom. 
. Land of Hugh de Montfort. In demesne Alwin de Mendlesham 

held 1 freeman with half a carucate, now Hugh holds by exchange 

1J meadow. And Hugh holds in demesne by exchange 2 freemen 

who have 27a. Dom. 4096. 
, Roger de Boytone held 10th part of a fee in, t. Hen. III. Red 

Book of the Exch. cxxxv. rider C. 
, Galfr. de Ambely held the 4th part of a knight's fee of Margaret 

de Ripariis in. T. de N. 290. 
, Roger de Boy ton held the 10th part of a knight's fee of the 

Honor of Haughley in. 76. 
, Richard son of Anselm held the 7th part of a knight's fee of the 

Honor of Lancaster in. 76. 291. 
, Grants, &c., in, t. Edw. I. Add. Ch. 5921, 7544, 7545 : 1403. 

Harl. 53 E. 35, 36 : 1418. Harl. 58 D. 12 : 1442. Cott. xxix. 30 : 

1592. Add. Ch. 25439 : 1647. Add. Ch. 10583. 

, Land and rent in, Joan de Saunford. I.P.M., 6 Edw. I. 4. 

, The 7th pt. of a fee in, by John Aunsell of Edmund E. of 

Lancaster. 76. 25 Edw. I. 51. 



Newton (Old). 225 



, 1 messuage and 50 acres of land and 10 of wood. William de 
Boyton. 76. 30 Edw. I. 106. 

, Licence for William de Boytone to enfeoff William son of 
William de Boyton of messuage and 50 acres in, for him to demise 
for their lives to the said William de Boytone and Margery his wife 
with reversion to heirs of William son of William. Pat. Rolls, 
31 Edw. I. 31. 0., 31 Edw. I. in Schedule. 

, Licence for William de Boyton and Margery his wife to enfeoff 



Osbert de Boyton of a messuage and 30a. of land in, held in chief 
to hpld to him and his heirs and for him to regrant the same to them 
for their lives. Ib. 13 Edw. II. 29. 

, Land in, Thos. Earl of Lancaster. G. de Riston. I.P.M., 

1 Edw. III. 88. 

, Pardon to William de Crossok of, for acquiring from Sir John 

de Daggeworth a messuage and 8 acres in, held in chief to hold for 
his life with remainder to John son of William de Crossok for life 
without licence. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. III. pt. ii. 26. 

, Land in, Wm. de Crossok of Eldneuton. I.P.M., 9 Edw. III. 

(2nd nos.) 40. 

, John son of William de Dagworth recovered seisin against 

Simon Caperoun of 6 acres in. 0., 18 Edw. III. 43. 

, Nether Hall in, Osbert de Boytone. I.P.M., 19 Edw. III. 18. 

, Release by Thos. Mellere of Stowemarket, and Margaret his wife, 

to Thos. Furnyvall, of all their right in a messuage and land in, 
formerly belonging to John att Hyll. 16 Rich. II. D. 452. 

, Katharine Arnold of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 2 Hen. IV. pt. iii. 

12. 

. Mentioned in connection with Duchy of Lancaster, 20 and 21 

Edw. IV. D.K.R. 45. App. i. p. 48. 

. (Nether Hall in). Thomas Springe d. 29 June 1523 and John 

Spring son and heir aged 30. I.P.M., 15 Hen. VIII. 17. 

, Netherhall Manor in, James Dowlyng v. John Wage touch, copy- 
hold of. C.P., ser. ii. B. liii. 15. 

, Barrard Manor in, Court Baron 1644. Add. 29316. 



, Ric. Keble al. Keeble al. Kebbel, judge, fl. 1650, of an old family 

settled at. D.N.B. xxx. 295. 
. Vicarage. Tithes. John Wilkinson v. Thos. Keeble. 13 

Chas. II. at Bildeston. Exch. dep. 
. Vicarage and parish. Tithes. ^_ James Salisbury v. Robert 

Wood and others. 1707 at Haughley. Exch. dep. 

P 



226 Newton (Old). 



, John Mole, mathematician, born 1743 at. D.N.B. xxxviii. 

118. 
, Chas. Bridges born 1794, vicar of, near Stowmarket in 1823. 

D.N.B. vi. 320. 
. Land for Chapel and schools (Primitive Methodists). Trust 

Deed. 1841, 63, 11. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 26 April 1881. L.G. 2010. 
NEWTON (OLD) v. sub Cotton Manor, Hemingstone, &c., Stow- 
market, &c. 
NEWTON (OLD) MANOR. John son of William de Cleydon. I.P.M., 

24 Edw. III. 80. 

, Covenant cone, exchange of the manor, 1403. Harl. 47 B. 15. 

. Extent in towns of Edenewton, Stowe Market, Haughle and 

Gippyng. Anna wife of John Neve. I. P.M., 38 and 39 Hen. VI. 34. 
. John Mykelfeld (of E. of Suff.). 76. S.D. (Hen. VII.) 87. 
, John Myklefield d. 24 Hen. VII. and Bartholomew son and 

heir. I.P.M. 
. Sir Thomas Bedingfield d. 15 March 1538 and Robert his brother 

and heir. I.P.M., 31 Hen. VIII. 5. 

NEWTON (OLD) MANOR v. sub Brandeston, &c., Brandeston Manor, &c. 
NEWTON (OLD) and IKEN MANORS. Sir Thomas Felton and Joan 

his wife mentd. in a fine levied of, 36 and 37 Edw. III. 10 Rep. 

Hist. Com. pt. iii. 117. 
NEWTON (OLD), CHURCH. Inscriptions in. E.A. v. 150, 221, 248. 

Plate. S.I ix. 222. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 5216. 
NEWTON (OLD), COTTON and HAUOHLEY. Hy. Bacon, the younger v. 

Lionel Wythe and others. C.P., ser. ii. B. ix. 105 ; Ib. B. xii. 8. 
NEWTON (OLD) and DAGWORTH. Harry Collyn and another v. Edw. 

Maundell and another. C.P., ser. ii. B. xxxii. 75. 
NEWTON (OLD) and THORNEY. Finding that John de Saunford 

deceased held 36 acres in, paying 5s. 6d. per annum to the bailiff of 

the King at Stowe which land Sewall de Barnevil holds at a rent 

of 6s. 6d. Abbr. of PI., 8 and 9 Edw. I. (maj. rec.), 33. 
NEWTON of Brisworth (Braiseworth ?) from Somerset. Pedigree and 

Arms. Harl. 155: 1103; 1177; 1449: 1560; Rawl. B. 422. 

Add. 19143. 

NEYERYKYNQHALE v. Rickinghall Inferior. 
NEYLOND al. Neyland v. Nayland. 



Norfolk. 227 

NICHOLAS (John) and JOHN DIXON. Lease to, of lands in Suff. 31 

Eliz. 6 Pars 0. Rot. 13. 
NICHOLLS MANOR held of Clare Honor. Robert Hogg and others v. 

Thomas Bedell as to impounding of cattle. Duchy of Lancaster. 

Cal. to Pleadings. 23 Eliz. 15. 
NICHOLLS of Brundish. Pedigree. Add. 5524, 19143. Harl. 1449 ; 

1560. With arms. 1561. Rawl. B. 422 : 1563. Rawl. B. 

393. 
. Grant of lands in Suffolk to Basil Nicholls and John Sampson, 

7 Char. I. 3 Pars 0. Rot. 2. 
NICHOLS (John). The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen 

Elizabeth. 2 vols. 4to, 1788. 
NICOLE (Aleise de Lacy, Countess of). Parliamentary Petition No. 4856, 

D.K.R. 34. App. p. 109. 

NIGER and NIGHTINGALE. Pedigrees. Add. 19143. 
NILDINGA v. Nedging. 
NIUUETONA al. Niuuetuna v. Newton. 
NOBILITY. Ancient and modern, in Suffolk. E.A. vii. 24, 44, 58, 82, 

113, 147, 228, 251. 
NOBLE v. sub Waldingfield, &c. 

NOBLETT of Ashfield. Pedigree. Tanner clxxx. 49 ; cclvii. 200. 
NOCTTJRNA v. Norton. 
NOEL of Hawsted and NOIOUN al. Nongon. Pedigrees. Add. 

19143. 
NONCONFORMISTS. Account of dissenting interest in Suff. 1773. 

Add. 32057. 

NON-JURORS. List of, in the diocese of Ely, 1689, 1690. Add. 5813. 
NONNE (Elizabeth) of Tostock. Letter of, to her sister Mrs. Gawdy, 

3 Feb. [1586-7], 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 26 to her nephew Sir 

B. Gawdy, 19 Sep. [1603?]. Ib. 89. 
NONNB (John) of Tostock. Joins in a bond with Bass. Gawdy to 

secure 40 to one Tipper, 29 Nov. 1593. 76. 39. 

, Letters of, to nephew Bas. Gawdy. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 

NOONE family. Pedigree. Add. 5524. Harl. 155; 1103; 1177: 

1449 ; 1560 : of branch at Martlesham with arms. Harl. 1196 ; 

Rawl. B. 422. Add. 19143. 

, Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 185. 

NORDHALLA v. Covehithe. 

NORFOLK (Margaret Countess of). Minister's account of lands of, 

Ric. II. D.K.R. 20. App. p. 99. 



228 Norfolk. 

, Deed between, and John Earl of Pembroke and William 

Beauchamp and confirmed by the King of lands in Suffolk, 11 Rich. 
II. M. Hil. Rec. Rot. 7. Accounts of receipts and payments for 
one year [18 Ric. II. 1394] out of the Estate of, who died 1 Hen. IV. 
of (amongst other property) lands in Berewyk, Bongeye, Crattefeld, 
Dunyngworth, Framlyngham, Hacheston, Holleslee, Hoo ove le 
Hundred, Ilketeshale, Kelleshale, Kenet, Pesenhale, Saham, 
Staverton, Stonham, Stowepark, and Walton all in the County 
of Suff. Arundell MSS. Coll. of Arms xlix. 

NORFOLK (Dukes of). Compotus of lands of, in Suff. 1401-4. Add. 
Ch. 16556 : 1422-23. Add. Ch. 16555 : 1483-4. Add. Ch. 
16559. 

NORFOLK (Duke of). Lord Herbert obtains lands by exchange by 
forcing Thomas Charles to make over his lands in Suffolk to, 1485. 
R.P. vi. 2936. 

, List of his ancestors. Ib. 3786. His lands in Suffolk in 1679. 

11 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 139. 

, (Charles Duke of). Act enabling, to enfranchise certain copy- 
holds in Suffolk, &c. (Local and pers.) 45 Geo. III. c. 53. 

, (John Duke of). Ministers' accounts of lands of, Edw. IV. and 

Eliz. D.K.R. 20. App. p. 99. 

(Thomas Duke of), to shew title to lands in Su?. 28 Hen. VIII. 

M. Hil. Rec. Rot. 25. His claim 33 Hen. VIII. M. Mich. Rec. Rot. 
1 and 52. 9 Eliz. Hil. Proes. Rot. 3. Grant to him of lands in 
Suffolk, 37 Hen. VIII. 4 Pars 0. Rot. 1. Survey of his possessions 
in Suffolk, 31 Eliz. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 20. App. p. 144 ; 
38 Rep. App. p. 43. 

NORFOLK and SUFFOLK. Parliamentary Petitions. No. 6003, 6008, 
5970, 5982, 6079, 6055. D.K.R. 34. App. pp. 106, 107, 108, 110, 
112. 

, Thomas Bardolf , John de Thorp and John Hauward appointed 

in, to collect horsemen and footmen. Close Rolls, 15 Edw. II. 23;/. 

NORQATE. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 

NORHALS al. Northales al. Northals v. Covehithe. 

NORMAN, NORREYS and NORRIS. Pedigrees. Add. 19143. 

NORTH COVE v. Cove, North. 

NORTH family. Gent. M. 1796, pt. ii. 542, 543. Gipps's account. 
S.I. viii. 185. Pedigrees. Add. 5812, 5819, 19143, Harl. 1560. 
Rawl. B. 314, with arms. Rawl. B. 78. Drawings and plans of 
houses of members of family by Ellison (18th Cent.). Add. 23005. 



North Town. 229 



of Wickhambrook and Laxfield. Pedigree. Tanner clxxx. 75, 
cclvii. 250. Arms with quarterings. Tanner cclvii. 251. Letters 
to 2nd Lord North. Eger. 2714. Add. 33964, 34079. Extracts 
from household book of Roger lord North, 1575. Arch. xix. 283. 
Grant of lands in Suffolk to Lord Edward North and John Williams, 
1 and 2 P. and M. 2 Pars O. Rot. 9. Letters of Henry North of 
Mildenhall to Bas. Gawdy 22 July 1600. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. 
iii. 69. Livery of lands in Suffolk to Henry North in right of his 
wife dau. and h. of John Jenour al. Jenor dec. 1626. Chancery. 
D.K.R. 43. App. i. p. 21. Judgment in case of Sir Henry North 
t. Car. I. Add. 32519. Grant of lands in Suffolk to Gilbert North, 
5 Car. I. 5 Pars O. Rot. 29. Letter to Sir Dudley North 1661. 
Add. 32500. Letter of Sir Henry North 1st Bart, of Mildenhall to 
Wm. Gawdy (1661-1663). Eger. 2717. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt iii. 
191. Order for the grant of the dignity of a baron to Sir Francis 
North, by title of Baron Guildford, 1683. All Souls 241, Letters 
of Sir Henry North to Bancroft 1693 (copies). Rawl. C. 739. 
Action as to Will of Mary formerly wife of Henry North then wife 
of complainant made in her widowhood. Philip Bedingfield v. Sir 
Dudley Cullum Bart, and others, 1707 at Ipswich. Act for settling 
part of the Estates of Dudley North in Suffolk (Loc. and pers. not 
pr.) 43 Geo. III. c. 115. Lives of the Norths. Ed. by the Rev. 
Canon Augustus Jessopp, D.D. 1890, 3 vols. 8vo. 

NORTHALE al. Northala al. Northales v. Covehithe. 

NOKTHALL al. Cornhall Manor v. sub Bures St. Mary. 

NORTHAMPTON (Henry Earl of) and others. Grant to, of lands in Suff. 
12 Jac. I. 3 Pars 0. Rot. 89, 16. 

NORTHBTJRY (?), NoRDBERiA in Plomesgate Hund. Lands of Roger 
de Poictou. Edwin the priest a socman held 30a. as a manor in 
K.E.'s time, and 49 freemen have been added to this manor with 
260a. and 2a. meadow. Dom. 353. 

NORTHCREKE MANOR. Roger son of Peter son of Osbert and Katherine 
his wife. I.P.M., 31 Edw. I. 176. 

NORTHCREKE, HELLINOTON, COMBES and HELMINGHAM MANORS. 
Partition of, 34 Edw. I. D.K.R. 2. App. ii. p. 59. 

NORTHENS al. Northtone v. Norton. 

NORTH TOWN. Certain ridges in, those who hold them now do no 
service to the King because they lie waste. H.R. ii. 169. 

, Tenants of the King at, pay rent for each ridge therein 4d. 

H.R. ii. 168. 



230 Nort humberland . 



NORTHUMBERLAND (John) Duke of, Indictment for High Treason at 

Bury. D.K.R. 4. App. ii. pp. 233, 234. 
NORTHWELL. Order to deliver to Elizabeth Comyn co-heiress of 

Aymer de Valencia E. of Pembroke lands in, assigned as her purparly. 

Close Rolls, 18 Edw. II. 11. 
NORTHWOLD. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 
NORTHY-ABBATIS MANOR. Grant of ths reversion in, 37 Hen. VIII. 

3 Pars O. Rot. 8. 
NORTON (Nocturna, Northens, Northtone). 

Note. Little Haugh Manor is placed not under Norton but under 
Norton Manor for convenience, there being a considerable number of 
references, and this being the main manor. 
, Search for gold at. S.I. ii. 279. Enamelled horse trapping 

found at. P.S.A., 1st ser. iii. 188, 250. Correspondence of Cox 

Macro of. Add. 32556, 32557. Cat. of his Library. Add. 25103. 

Weather in, 18th Cent. E.A. vi. 108. 
In Blackburn Hund. Lands of Earl Ralph in the King's hand. 

Edith a freewoman in K.E.'s time held as a manor 4 carucates 

8a. meadow. And 34 socmen held 2 carucates and 2a. meadow. 

A church with 30a. This manor belonged to the demesne of the 

abbot of St. Edmund and Edith held it of him for life. Dom. 

286. 
In Conelis Hund. Lands of Roger Bigot. 4 freemen Manson 

Wihtmar Durand and Otti held 31a. and la. meadow, and Wihtmar 

holds a freeman Aldwulf with 20a. and 2a. meadow ; and a freeman. 

Goodwin the priest in K.E.'s time held 60a. as a manor and a. 

meadow, and there were 3 freemen under him with 3a. which manor 

Thurston son of Wido now holds of Bigot. Dom. 340. 
. Reginald Danmartin E. of Boulogne. Chart. Rolls, 14 John 

7,2. 
, Alicia late wife of Roger de Clare held a fee of Hugh de Vinon 

and Hugh of the Honor of Boulogne in. T. de N. 292. 
, Grant, &c, in t. Hen. III. Harl. 52 D. 46, 54 D. 3 : 1330. 

Harl. 51 E. 37 : 1546. Harl. 56 C. 36 : 1558, 1559, 1583. Harl. 

45 D. 55, 57. D. 59 : 1632. Harl. 56 I. 17, 18, 57 H. 37 : 

1663. Add. Ch. 10528 : 1678. Add. Ch. 10529. 
, Custody of land in, belonging to Robert Decan in hand of King 

on account of death of John de Manestun, having been granted to 

Peter Leverot, order made to give him full seisin. Close Rolls, 

7 Hen. III. pt. i. 12. 



Norton. 231 

, Order that lands in, in the hands of the Abbot of Bury by death 

of John de Norton hanged for death of John de Maneston and held 
in chief of John de Wanton shall be given to him. Ib. 8 Hen. III. 
pt. i. 10. 

, The King pardons Roger de Clare the scutage of one knight's 

fee held of the King in. Ib. 14 Hen. III. m. 7. 

, David le Blund and Petronilla his wife v. John de Viven', &c., 

touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 14rf. 

, John le Neve v. Thomas son of Richard de Assewell, touch. 

meadow in. Ib. 1 Edw. I. 9d. 

, Land in, Henry de Stanton. I.P.M., 34 Edw. I. 157. 

, Land in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. Ib. 

35 Edw. I. 46. 

, Land in, Nicholas de Norton for Ixworth Priory. I.Q.D., 13 

Edw. II. 38. 
, Lands, &c., in, enfeoffed to M. de Staunton with reversion to 

Abbey of Bury 1306. R.P. i. 210. 

, Exchange in, with Ixworth Priory 1325. Harl. 44 E. 51. 

, Land in, Wm. the Clerk of Downham and Hugh Ratlesden for 

Ixworth Priory. I.P.M., 6 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 123. 

, Lands and tenements in, John deBello-Campo. Ib. 12Edw. III. 9. 

, Land in, Maria wife of Thomas de Brotherton E. of Norf. Ib. 

36 Edw. III. pt. ii. 9. 

, Licence for Robert Asshefeld to enfeoff John Ixworth clerk, 

Walter Ixworth clerk, John Berton clerk, John Smyth clerk, Gilbert 

Spryngman clerk the elder and Simon Blyaunt of the manor of 

Lytelhawe in, held in chief. Pat. Rolls, 2 Hen. IV. pt. i. 19. 
, Fees in, of Gloucester and Clare honors per John Botteler 

Edm. de Mortuo Mari, Earl of March. I.P.M., 3 Hen. VI. 32. 

, Fees in, John duke of Norf. Ib. 19 Edw. IV. 73. 

, Ministers' accounts of lands in, 19 to 20 Edw. IV. Bundle 1107, 

No. 10. 
, Littlehaugh Manor in, Joan Curzon widow d. July last and 

George Assefeeld was the next heir viz., son of John son of John 

son of Eleanor of the body of Robert Ashfield. 
, Land, &c., in, Richard Turner v. Edward Bardwell. Star 

C.P., Hen. VIII. Bundle 27, 61. 
, Inquis. p.m. of Robert Bardwell and Margaret his wife dau. and 

heir of Edmund Bardwell late of, 29-30 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. 

App. ii. p. 126. 



232 Norton. 

, Grant to Sir Jermyns of Busshebroke, of lands in, belonging 

to late mon. of Bury 1540. S.P. 436 (31). 

, Inquis. p.m. of John Caly of, 34, 35 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. 

App. ii. p. 128. 
, Right and title to lands called ' Nichols,' &c., and parcel of 

late monastery of Ixworth. Thos. Pooley v. Thos. Sullyard and 

other. 1587 at Bury. Exch. dep. 

. Wm. Snelling v. Adam Bramston. C.P., ser. ii. B. clx. 38. 

, Claim by Katherine Spicer (1591) against Richard Brooke and 

others by surrender under a Will, &c., of lands in, parcel of manor 

of Cowhall of which deft. Brooke is lord. C.P. iii. 70. 

. Charity. A.D. 1651. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 20, No 22. 
, Licence to Thos. Lawson, Independent, for his house in, 1672. 

S.P. 327, 338. 

, School at. Trust Deed. 5 Will. IV. 169, 20. 
, Land at, for Particular Baptist Chapel. Trust Deed. 1837, 

202, 1. 
. Included in the Bury S. Edmund's County Court District 

10 March 1847. L.G. 990. 
. Included in the Blackbourn Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1618. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 26 April 1881. L.G. 2010. 

NORTON v. sub Ampton, &c., Bardwell, &c., Bury St. Edmunds, &c., 

Elmswell, &c., Exning, &c., Haugh (Little) Manor, Hunston, &c., 

Ixworth Thorpe, &c., Pakenham, &c., Shetland, &c., Thurston, &c., 

Ufford, &c. (Lytton Manor in) v. sub Hessett, &c. 
NORTON MANOR. Little Haugh (Litlehaughe, Lytelhawe, Lytlyhaghe) 

Manor in, Little Haugh Hall. S.I. ii. 279. Petition of Henry 

Lainbe to Bp. of Lincoln Lord Keeper as to dispute respecting pro- 
perty at. Harl. 97. Dispute of Thomas Clarke and other tenants of, 

with lord. Harl. 97. 
, (Little Haugh) Royal conff., &c., of, to A. and R. de Dammartin 

late Hen. I. Add. Ch. 11233(2) c. 1183. Add. Ch. 11233(3) : 

1212. Add. Ch. 11239 (copies). 
, Order to let Reginald de Dammartin Earl of Boulogne have 

[Little Haugh] of which he had been disseised. Close Rolls, 14 

John 9. 
, The King grants to Roger le Bigod during pleasure [Little 

Haugh], which was Count Boulogne's and which Robert le Marescall 

sometime held and as he then held. Ib. 13 Hen. III. m. 11. 



Norton. 233 

, [Little Haugh] Was owned by Hugh deVivon. Order to assign 

reasonable dower to Petronille wid..of said Hugh and retain residue 

in hand of King. Fine Rolls, 43 Hen. III. 8 \al. 4]. 
, [Little Haugh] Was in hands of Hen. III. and by him given to 

Hugh de Vivonia and his heirs. H.R. ii. 150. 
, Order to restore to John de Vynun son and heir of Hugh de 

Vynun tenant in chief of King [Little Haugh], which belonged to 

Hugh as John de Vynun has proved his age. Close Rolls, 1 

Edw. I. 6. 
, Pardon to Hervey de Staunton for acquiring for life without 

licence Little Haugh Manor from John de Vivonia, who held it in 

chief as of the honor of Boulogne. Pat. Rolls, 7 Edw. II. pt. ii. 

24. 
, Littlehawe Manor in Thurston and Norton, John de Vivonia. 

I.P.M., 8 Edw. II. 43. 
, Release by John son and heir of Sir Thomas de Warbelton to 

Sir Edmund son of Sir William de Pakenham of his right in, within 

the liberty of St. Edmunds, and in 20 of yearly rent issuing from 

the manor. Close Rolls, 3 Edw. III. lid. 
, Little Haugh Manor in, John de Bello-Campo of Somersete and 

Margt. his wife. I.P.M., 17 Edw. III. 58. 
, Order to escheator to set free Little Haugh Manor in. 0., 

17 Edw. III. 11. 
. Roesia wife of Sir Edmund de Pakenham. I.P.M., 27 Edw. III. 

64. 
, Little Haugh Manor in. Extent. John Beauchamp. 76. 35 

Edw. III. 36. 
, The King with assent of Q. Philippa assigned to Cecilia one of 

the sisters and heir of John de Bello Campo dec. Little Haugh Manor 

in. O., 36 Edw. III. 3. 
, Licence to Prior of St. Mary, Ixworth to acquire in mortmain. 

0., 38 Edw. III. 31. 
, Licence for grant of, to Ixworth Priory, 1371. Harl. 57 B. 11. 



, Grant of Little Haugh Manor in, 1382. Harl. 45 G. 61. 

, Little Haugh Manor in, Rad. de Hemenhale and others for 

Ixworth Priory. I.P.M., 37 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 5. 
, Cicely Turburvyle having enfeoffed Thomas de Beaupyne and 

Margaret his wife of Little Haugh Manor held in chief, they granted 

it to John de Pieshale and others without licence, pardon granted 

for the trespass. Pat. Rolls, 9 Rich. II. pt. i. 9. 



234 Norton. 

, Commission upon information that bondmen and bond tenants 

of John Pieshale, Roger de Wolferston and Robert de Aissefeld of, 

have withdrawn their customary services for their tenure 

with power to imprison. 76. 14d. 

. Suit cone. Little Haugh Manor, 1392. Harl. 58 G. 12. 
. Little Haugh Manor held as of barony of Haych Beauchamp 

in County Somerset. Robt. Ashfelde. I.P.M., 3 Hen. IV. 11. 
. Robt. Asshefeld sen. Ib. 3 Hen. IV. 8. 

, Conveyance of, 1404. Add. Ch. 15537. 

. Extent. Sir Wm. Berdewelle. I.P.M., 13 Hen. VI. 31. 

, Acquittance for castle-ward in, to Bury St. Edmunds Abbey, 

1448, Harl. 44 D. 30 : 1454. Harl. 44 D. 29. 

, Arbitration concerning Little Haugh Manor in, 1464. Harl. 

49 F. 39. 

. (Little Haugh) John Asshford. I.P.M., 21 Edw. IV. 32. 
. Roger Darcy d. 3 Sept. 1507 and Thomas son and heir. Ib. 

24 Hen. VII. 80. 
, Littlehaugh Manor in. George Ashfeld d. 20 Aug. 1517 and 

Robert son and heir. Ib. 10 Hen. VEIL 94. 
. Ela Lee wife of Edward Lee d. 2 Aug. 1535 and George Cotton 

son and next heir. 76. 28 Hen. VIII. 308. 
, Grant in tail male to Sir Th. Darcy of, belonging to late priory 

of Ixworth, annual value 36. 13s. 4d. rent 53s. 4d. 1539. S.P. 113 

(17). 

, Acquittance for homage in, 1545. Harl. 45 D. 48. 

, Little Hawes Manor in, Robert Asshfield d. 21 May 1549, and 

Robert son and heir. I.P.M., 4 Edw. VI. 110. 
, Forcible ouster from messuage and lands held of, Turner and 

Bumpsted. Star C.P., P. and M. Bundle 2, 26. 
. Edward Crofte d. 14 Feb. 1557 and Thomas son and heir 18 

years of age. I.P.M., 4 and 5 Ph. and M. 21. 

, Sale of, 1589. Add. Ch. 18867. 
. Edw. Brooke v. Lord John Darcy, and Geo. Sowter. C.P., ser. 

ii. B. xxiii. 9. 

. Lord John Darcy v. Edw. Broke. Ib. B. 1. 110. 

NORTON MANOR v. sub Stowlangtoft Manor, &c. 

NORTON CHURCH. S.I. ii. 288. B.A.A. 1. 228, 229. Bells of. E.A. 

i. 161. Font. ii. 289. Glass window in chancel. S.P. 22 Hen. 

VIII. 167. Pension of vicar of. Ib. 165. Names on gravestones 

in. E.A. vi. 183. Monuments in. Add. 19079. Plate. S.I. is. 72. 



Norwich. 235 

. Process against the Abbot of Battle cone, the rectory, 1279. 

Cott. xiii. 23. 
. Rector. Ante 1279. Petr. Sarracences. Cott. xiii. 23 : 

1279. Joh. de Batalia. Cott. xiii. 23. 
, Protection for two years to Hugh de Mareny parson of. Pat. 

Rolls, 5 Edw. III. pt. i. 6. 
, Presentation of Thomas Eppe chaplain to. Ib. 6 Hen. VI. 

pt. i. 1. 

, Advowson of, John Talmage. I.P.M., 17 Edw. IV. 19. 

, Valuation of rectory of, 35 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 

205. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. 

L.G. 859. 

NORTON CHURCH v. sub Bramer Church, &c. 
NORTON in Colneyse v. sub Wilby, &c. 
NORTON and MIDDLETON. Order on freemen holding of Roger de 

Clare in, for sustenance in King's service. Close Rolls, 14 Hen. III. 

m. 16. 
NORTON, STANESFELD and MILDENHALE. a fee per John Botiller 

Rog. de Mortuo Mari, Earl of March. I.P.M., 22 Ric. II. 

34. 
NORTON, STOWLANGTOFT and HUNSTON. Licence for alienation in 

mortmain to St. Mary's Priory Ixworth by Nicholas de Norton of a 

messuage 150a. of land, 4 of meadow 6 of pasture and 3s. 6d. rent 

in. Pat. Rolls, 14 Edw. II. pt. i. 23. 
NORTON, STOWLANGTOFT and HTJNTERSTON. Licence to Ric. Codyng- 

ton to alienate a tenement and lands in, 32 Hen. VIII. 1541. S.P. 

503 (44). 
NORTON. Pedigree and Arms. Harl. 155, 1103, 1177, 1449, 1560, 

1820. of Chediston, Hundon, Ixworth and Norton. Pedigree. 

Add. 19143. al. Conyers of Harlesworth. Pedigree and Arms. 

Rawl. B. 78, 422. Grant of lands in Suffolk to Robert Norton, 2 

Edw. VI. 1 Pars O. Rot. 125. 
NORTON (Rev. W. Addington) Rector of Alderton and Eyke. The 

Suffolk Case of Mary Elizabeth Squirrell of Shottisham from her 

own dictation by Rev. W. Addington Norton M.A. etc., Rector of 

Alderton and Eyke in Suff. Ipswich and Lond. 
NORWICH CASTLE. Names of towns in which rent of Castle ward 

collected. Harl. 370. 19 Hen. VIII. [1527] and 1566-1569. Add. 

32624. 36 Hen. VIII. M. Mich. Rec. Rot. 62. 



236 Norwich. 

, Catalogue of Bps. of, to Bp. Hall 1656. No. 3923. Cat. vol. v. 

p. 578. List of MSS. in Bp's Registry. 1 Rep. Hist. Com. 86. 

Taylor's Index Monasticus of, 1821. Description of Norwich 

Domesday Book. 1 Rep. Hist. Com. 87. 
, A long process relating to the prior and convent of Norwich, 

the foundation of the bishopric and election of bishops, &c. Add. 

4570. 
NORWICH DIOCESE. Notes relating to history of, supposed to be by 

Thomas Martin of Palgrave. Stowe MSS. 127. 

. Memoranda from the episcopal registers. Add. 6261. 

. List of the Chancellors. Add. 5833. 

, Names of the Benefices in the Diocese of Norwich, their Patrons ; 

First-fruits and Tenths. Harl. 4626 with names of incumbents, &c. 

Tanner c. 68 ; clxxviii. cxxxvi. 76 ; cxxxv. 164. 
. Valor ecclesiasticus for. Cambridge Dd. iii. 83 (170). Dd. iv. 

19(194); F.f. v. 13(1303). 

. Taxatio beneficiorum. Harl. 645 Taxation (1253). Cam- 
bridge Dd. x. 28. 

. Survey of the Bishopric. Cambridge Mm. ii. 19 (2314). 

, Revenues of, by Anthony Harison. Cambridge Dd. xii. 43 (760). 

Mm. iii. 12 (2318). 

, Extent, &c., of manors belonging to. Tanner ccxxviii. 48. 

, State of the bishopric [probably by bp. Sparrow]. Tanner 

cxxxvii. 32. 
. Estimate of fees at every first visitation. Tanner cxxxviii. 

149. 
. Account of barley rent paid to the bishopric. Tanner ccxxviii. 

209, 229. 
. Notices of rent paid by the Chapter out of certain manors to 

the King. Tanner cxxxiv. 206, 233. 
. Estimate of all obventions to the bishop in the time of bp. 

Redman. Tanner cxxxviii. 144. 
. Arms of the see with verses by Anth. Harison. Tanner 

ccxxviii. 206. 

, List of meeting houses in. Tanner cxxxviii. 123. 

. Appointment by Richard Mountague bp. of Norwich of Thomas 

Lewin to be keeper of his palace. Bod. Norf. Ch. 317. 
, Parliamentary Petition of William Bp. of Norwich (Hund. of 

Hoxne) No. 6122, 6175. D.K.R. 34. App. p. 111. 
, Popish and Sectary Recusants in. E.A. ii. 159, 176, 179. 



Norwich. 237 

, Articles containing the effect of the Queen's Commission for 

ecclesiastical causes in. Cotton Vesp. F. ix. 269. 
, Justices in Eyre in Norf. commanded to take the assizes which 

remain to be taken in the Bp.'s court, in that court and send the 

assizes, &c., to the Exchequer. Close Rolls, 12 Hen. III. D.K.R.- 

27. App. p. 80. 
. Seisin of his barony, notwithstanding command to Sheriff to 

take it into the King's hand. Ib. 
, The receipts of Robert de Makeleye for the tenths in, 1256. 

Bodl. Norf. Rolls, 15. 
, Accounts of temporalities of, Edw. II. to 36 Eliz. D.K.R. 



20. p. xi. App. p. 114. 
, Decree as to the right of the bp. of Norwich to the first fruits of 

the churches within, 1307. Bodl. Norf. Ch. 297. 
. General inquisition of William bp. of Norwich made by master 

Gilbert de Yarewell in the church of Holt, 1331 in the Ch. of 

Aylesham 1331, 16, and in theCh. of St. Peter of Parmuntergate, 

Norwich, 1333. Bodl. Norf. Rolls, 16-18. 

, Denunciation by Henry bp. of N. of a sentence of excom- 
munication against those who had abstracted muniments from the 

registry, 1394. Bodl. Norf. Ch. 301. 

, First fruits of, t. Hen. VI. and Edw. IV. S.I. vii. 91-110. 
, Compotus, &c., 1527, Camb. Dd. iii. 66 (148). 1534. Camb. 

Dd. iii. 62 (149). 1556, 1568, 1602, 1612, 1626, 1632. Tanner 

ccxxviii. 61, 98, 111, 185, 224, cxxxix. cxxxvi. 74 : 1626. Camb. 

Dd. iii. 86 (173). 1690-1691. Camb. Dd. viii. 37 (471). 

, Bill, 27 Hen. VIII. concerning the assurance of the temporalities 

of. H.L. i. 245. 

. Letters Patent of the King to Bp. as to lands in Suff. 28 Hen. 

VIII. M. Hil. Rec. Rot. 11 ; 29 Hen. VIII. Mich. Rec. 

Rot. 1. 
, Bills, 31 and 32 Hen. VIII. concerning Tenths within the. H.L. 

i. 134-137, 162. Stat. 32 Hen. VIII. c. 7, c. 22. 

. Taxatio Episcopatus, 1543. Tanner ccxix. 8, ccxxviii. 183. 

. Valor episcopatus, 1544. Tanner ccxxviii. 14. 3 and 4 Phil. 

and Mary. Tanner ccxxviii. 181. 
, Value of the lordships manors, &c., of, in survey made 2 or 3 

Edw. VI. Tanner ccxxviii. 173. 
, Charter of Manors rectories and tenements granted to the 



Bishopric by Edw. VI. 1550 (copy). Tanner ccxxviii. 36. 



238 Norwich. 

, Grant to Bp. of lands in Suffolk, 4 Edw. VI. 2 Pars 0. Rot. 

63 and 93. 
, Tabula feodorum in Consistorio episc. Norwicensis. Eliz. 

Tanner cccxvi. 107. 

, The number of churches (1563), &c., in. Arundell MSS. Coll. 

of Arms xxx. 214. 

. Condition in 1563-1603. S.I. vi. 362. 
, Memorandum relating to Matthew Parker's visitation of, 1567. 

Add. 5828. 
, Letter of Matthew archbp. of Canterbury to John bp. of Norwich 

requesting "a return of number of strayers within, 1568. Bodl. 

Norf. Ch. 305. 
. Stipends and annuities payable out of certain lands, 11 Eliz. 

Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 8 ; 13 Eliz. Ib. p. 10. 

, Commissioners for, in 1572. Cambridge Ee. ii. 34 (952). 

, An inhibition from Edmund Freake bp. of Norwich to the 

archdeacon of N. prohibiting him from exercising jurisdiction in 

his archdeaconry during his visitation, 1575. Bodl. Norf. Ch. 307. 
, Appointment by George Gardiner dean of N. of Richard Woodes, 

William Harvye, John Nasshe and Thomas Hewson deputies to 

act during the vacancy of the see of N. 1575. Bodl. Norf. Ch. 308. 
, Appointment of Thomas Hopkins as rural dean and apparitor 

general within, 1579. Bodl. Norf. Ch. 309. 
. An inhibition from William Awbrey to the dean and chapter 

restraining them from making a visitation, London 1582. Bodl. 

Norf. Ch. 310. 
. Articles against two justices of Suff. by Bp. of Norwich with 

answers, 1583. Eger. 1693. 
, Appointment by Dean George Gardiner of William Baynbrigg, 

John Barnard and Nicholas Gylman deputies to act during 

the vacancy in the see of N. Norwich 1584. Bodl. Norf. Ch. 311. 
, The value of lands in 1594, certified to Bp. Redman. Cambridge 

Mm. iii. 12 (2328). 
. Bill 39 Eliz. for establishing of the Bpricke and possessions. 

H.L. ii. 213, 216, 218. 
. Appointment by Robert Redmayne of William Barthoe, Matthew 

Stoneham, John Holdon and Thomas Thwaits to hear causes in 

the consistory court of Norwich, 1602. Bodl. Norf. Ch. 313. 
. A survey and collection of all the reprisals of pensions, &c., 

of the bishopric, 1610. Tanner ccxxviii. 24. 



Norwich. 239 

, Certificates of those retaining 2 benefices in, and have a preaching 

minister, 1610. Bod. Norf. Ch. 314. 
, Note of the principal evidences of the bishopric left at the palace 

of Norwich which remained unburnt at Ludham, 1611. Tanner 

ccxxviii. 208. 

. Annotations of Audit book of, 1612. Tanner ccxxviii. 69. 

. Papers connected with the collection of subsidies and tenths, 

1629-30. Tanner cxxxv. 148, cxxxviii. 1, 6, 58, 145, 159, 160. 
, Directions and orders after visitation by Bp. Wren in 1636. 

Harl. 2132. Caius 291. 

. Extracts from Bp. Wren's Registers. Harl. 7073. 

. Bp. Wren's government of. E.A. vii. 177. 

, Commission from Matthew bp. of Norwich to Clement Corbett 

and others to hold a primary visitation of, conjointly with others, 

1636. Bodl. Norf. Ch. 315. 
, Transcripts of Registers and Wills in Registers of, made 1637 

by Sir Symonds D'Ewes. Bodl. 4180. Harl. 10. 
, Extracts from the abp. of Canterbury's register touching, 1637-8. 

Tanner Ixviii. 207, 318, 331. 
, Appointment by Richard Mountague Bp. of N. of registrar 

of the consistory Court after the death of Abraham Harsnett [1638- 

1641], Bodl. Norf. Ch. 316. 
. Certificate of Justice Lewyn of no entry in archdeaconry 

during past 12 months of anyone committing any flagrant crime, 

1640. Bodl. Norf. Ch. 318. 
. Acquittance for the reserved rent of manors and rectories 

belonging to the Chapter, 1662. Tanner cxxxiii. 172. 
. Days of the visitation of various parishes 1663-4. Tanner 

cxxxviii. 124, 142. 

, Poverty of benefices in, 1697. Tanner xxiii. 146. 

, Audit book of rents, &c., belonging to, 1705. Tanner cxxxv. 

150. Camb. Mm. iv. 31 (2520). 
. Conge d'Elire to dean and chapter to choose bp. vice John 

Moor. 6 Anne. Harl. 7347. D.K.R. 30. App. p. 434. Assent 

to election of Charles Trimnell. 6 Anne. Harl. 7347. Ib. p. 436. 
. Restitution of temporalities. 6 Anne. Harl. 7347. Ib. p. 437. 

, Visitation of, 1716. c. 1, 175 ; cxxxii. 124, 154. 
. Effecting an Exchange between Bp. and Lord Suffield of the 

Moieties of certain Advowsons in Norfolk and Suffolk. 59 Geo. III. 

C. 91 (not printed). 



240 Norwich. 

. Succession of bishops. Harl. 2188 : to time of bp. Corbet. 

Tanner ccxxviii. 205. 

. Certificates of Institutions called Bishops' Returns, 1838 to 

1839. D.K.R. 21. App. p. 17. 

. First fruits and tenths. Bishops' Certificates of Institutions 

to Livings, 1840 to 1843. D.K.R. 25. p. xxx. 

. Sudbury archdeaconry severed from, and annexed to Ely 

Diocese, 30 May 1837. L.G. 1367. 

. Endowment out of lands in Frostenden, Uggeshall and Wren- 

tham, &c., 9 July 1878. L.G. 4024. 

NORWICH DEAN and CANONS. Grant to, of lands in Suffolk, 1 Edw. VI. 
2 Pars 0. Rot. 89. 

. To shew title to lands in Suff. 14 Eliz. M. Pas. Rec. Rot. 81. 

NORWICH, ARCHDEACONRY OF. Visitation of, t. Edw. III. Record 
Office. Miscel. Books. Exch. Queen's Remembrancer, vol. 30. ~\ 

NORWICH family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 185. Pedigree. 
Add. 19143. De Norwich family. S.I. iv. 77. 

. (George Earl of) and Anthony Deane his brother. Possessions 

of, in Suff. Witham v. Tyndale. 3 Jac. II. Exch. Spec. Com. 
D.K.R. 38. App. p. 142. 

NORWICH (Sir John de) acknowledges that he owes Sir Henry de 
Harnhill 250 to be levied in default on his lands in Suffolk. Close 
Rolls, 3 Edw. III. 16rf. 

NORWICH (Walter de) appointed commission to report as to whr. 
hundreds are in keeping according to the Statute of Lincoln. Pat. 
Rolls, 14 Edw. II. pt. ii. 18. 

NORWOOD GREEN. Inclosure of. 9 and 10 Viet. c. 117 (Pub.). 

NORWOODS MANOR v. sub Sproughton. 

NOTBEAME, NOTCTTTT, NoTTiDGE and NOTTINGHAM. Pedigrees. Add. 
19143. 

NOTCDTT (Wm.) Minister at Ipswich. " Sermon on 2 Thess. ii. 8." 
1729, 8vo. Six Sermons on Isai. ix. 6. Lond. 1733. J. C. in 6 
Sermons. 1733, 2 vols. The Happy Exchange. Seven Sermons 
on Phil. iii. 89. 1734, Svo. Reply to H. B.'s Vindication of 
Robert Barclay's Apology. Ipsw. 1738, 8tx>. J. C. most precious, 
in 7 Serm. 1735. Repeated Calls, 9 Serm. 1735. The Everlasting 
Love and Delights of J. C. A Short Explanation of the Assembly's 
Shorter Catechism. A Believer's Evidence for Heaven. The 
Heavenly Register. A Treatise on Temptations. Sermon on his 
death by Ebenezer Cornell. Lond. 1756, Svo. Plain Reasons for 



Nowton. 241 

dissenting from the Church of England. The History of Joseph in 

verse. Jesus Christ most precious. Dying Pastor's Legacy to 

his People. A true Representation of the Sin and Danger of 

profane cursing and swearing. A True Representation of the Sin 

and Danger of Drunkenness. The Protestant's Reasons why he 

will not be a Papist. 
NOTTINGHAM (Robert). Grant of lands in Suffolk, 36 Hen. VIII. 

8 Pars O. Rot. 16. 
NOTTLTON v. Naughton. 
NOWELL. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 
NOWTON (Neotuna', Nortuna, Notton, Nueton). 
. 7th Rep. Hist. Com. 266. Law of Gavel-kind in. E.A. iv. 

180. 
. Lands of St. Edmund. In K.E.'s time 4 carucates as a manor 

4a. meadow. 1 mill. And 10 socmen held half a carucate and 4a. 

meadow. A church living with 8a. Dom. 357. 
, Earl Abia Maria held 1 fee in, of the Honor of Boulogne 1210-12. 

Red Book of the Exchequer 132 B. 
, Grant of rents in, to St. Helen's Priory Bishopsgate, 1417. 

Toph. 39. 

, Particulars of farms in, for grant to Sir William Butts, 36 Hen. 

VHI. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 184. 
, Precipes on covenants cone, lands in, 1578. Add. Ch. 25363 ; 

1593. Add. Ch. 25477. 
. Certificate that Robt. Brook of, and his son Robt. took oath 

of allegiance, 1639. S.P. 487. 
. Pass for Robt. Brook and his son Robt. to go to foreign parts 

for three years taking two servants, 1639. S.P. 491. 
. Inclosare of Commons Act. (Local and pers.) 7 and 8 

Geo. IV. c. 37. 
. Included in the Wickhambrook Highway District 20 March 

1863. L.G. 1616. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1722. 

NOWTON v. svb Hawstead, &c. 

NOWTON MANOR. Particulars of farm of, for grant to Henry Payne, 

37 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 249. Grant. 37 Hen. 

VIII. O. Rot. 39. 
NOWTON CHURCH. Round tower of. E.A. i. 166. Inscriptions on 

bells of. Ib. iv. 154. Monuments in. Add. 19107, 19108. 

. Valuation of rectory, 37 Hen. VIII. D.K.R.10. App. ii. p. 249. 

Q 



242 Noutton. 

. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. 

L.G. 859. 

NUCB. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 
NUNN family. N. and Q., 7th ser. ix. 270, 148. of Badwell Ash. 

Pedigree. S.I. x. 141. of Hepworth. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 

of Tostock. Pedigree. 76. Harl. 1560, 1820. Arms. Harl. 

1820. 

NURSEY and NUTHALL. Pedigrees. Add. 19143. 
NYCOLS MANOR v. sub Hunston. 
NYELENDE al. Nyelond v. Nayland. 
OAKE family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 186. 
OAKENHILL MANOR in Badingham v. sub Badingham. 
OAKES of Bury and OAKES (Bart.). Pedigrees. Add. 19143. 
OAKES (John Jacob). Pedigree. Add. 5806. 
OAKLEY (Acle, Ockele, Ocle, Oclee, Ocleye, Okely, Okie, Okleye). 

. Mentioned. Arch, xxiii. 368. 

. Land of Robert Mold. William Gulafra holds of Malet what 

a freeman Godman held, viz., 30a. and there are 2 freemen with a. 

l|a. meadow. Dom. 310. 
. St. Edmund's fee. A freeman Gooding the steward held 90a. 

and 2a. meadow 1 mill and under him 10 freemen who held 30a. 

and 2a. meadow, and two thirds of a church with 12a. Leuseda 

a freewoman (over whom Gotselin holds) held 30a. and 2a. meadow. 

Dom. 3706. 
. Fee of thz Bp. of Thetford. A freeman Algar in K.E.'s time 

held 14a. and a. meadow. Drogo holds over him from the Bp. 

Dom. 380. 
, Adam Wareng' v. William Wareng', &c., touch, a tenement in. 

Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. I. lid. 
, Matilda de Beauchamp, Alianora and Etheldreda daughters of 

the aforesaid Matilda v. John de Ho touch, a tenement in. Ib. 

4 Edw. I. 17. 
, Henry de Caldewell v. Valentine de Shortford and Galiena his 

wife, touch, land in. Ib. 5 Edw. I. 19. 
, Thomas Pinnok of Oakley v. Robert de Perers and others, touch. 

land in. Ib. 5 Edw. I. 2ld. 
. John son of Roger de Beauchamp v. Roger de Beauchamp 

and others, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 6 Edw. I. 15d. 
, Adam de Acle v. Robert son of Peter de Perer and others, touch. 

a tenement in. Ib. 9 Edw. I. 12A 



Oakley. 243 



, Adam de Acle Clerk v. Prior and Monks of Thetford and others, 

touch, a tenement in. Ib. 9 Edw. I. I2d. 
, John de Beauchamp v. Roger de Beauchamp and others, touch. 

a tenement in. Ib. 9 Edw. I. 13d. 
, John de Beauchamp v. Robert le Riche and others, touch, a 

tenement in. Ib. 9 Edw. I. 2d. 
, Order to escheator not to meddle with land in, which Payn 

Tybetot and Agnes his wife held by feoff ment from Roger deWrotham 

and John Lucas. Close Rolls, 8 Edw. II. 34. 
, John Gernegan and Geoff, de Wyndale gave to the Prioress of 

Flixton lands in. I.Q.D., 44 Edw. III. 19. 
, Pardon to Thomas Hoo of, ' chapman ' of outlawry. Pat. 

Rolls, 5 Hen. VI. pt. i. 24. 
, Messuage and land in, Wm. Rykkes of, v. Walter Dykes and 

others. E.C.P., 35-38 Hen. VI. 26, 344. 

, Pardon and release to John Paston sheriff 'of Suff., keeper of gaol 

of Ipswich of all penalties incurred owing to escape of John Hervy 

late of, 1 Hen. VII. Privy Seal, N. 986. Pat. Rolls, pt. iii. 7 (21). 
, Liberty to Mr. Rayner of, to preach at Rattlesden, 1653. S.P. 

439. 

. Certificate by churchwardens, &c. 1661. Rawl. C. 575. 

, Admission to land in, held of Broome Hall manor, 1686. Add. 

Ch. 10501. 

. Tithes. 48 Geo. III. c. 16 (not printed). 

. Included in the Hartismere Highway District 13 Jan. 1863. 

L.G. 231. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1702. 
OAKLEY v. sub Brome Church, Brome, &c., Eye St. Peter Mon., Eye 

Honor. 
OAKLEY MANOR. Sir Philip Calthorp d. 7 April 1549 and Elizabeth 

Parker widow and Henry Parker son and heir. I. P.M., 3 Edw. VI. 148. 
OAKLEY CHURCH. Monuments in. E.A. i. 396. Add. 1908'9, 19090. 

. Epitaphs in. Add. 21032. Plate. S.I. viii. 315. 
. Petition of the inhabitants of, to House of Commons against 

John Gordon appointed rector by Wren, 1636 (copy). Tanner 

Ixxxix. 180. 

OAKLEY CHURCH v. sub Framlingham Church, &c. 
OAKLEY and STUSTON. St. Edmunds fee. The Abbot has in, 15 free- 
men with a carucate and lOa. and 6a. meadow. Also a church with 

24a. and with half an acre of meadow. Dom. 3706. 



244 Obestona. 

OBESTONA al. Obestun al. Oston v. Ubbeston. 

OCCOLD (Acholt, Acholte, Acolt, Hocholt, Occolde, Occolt, Occolte, 

Ockeholte, Ockolte, Ocle, Ocklee, Ocolt, Okeholt, Okholt, 

Okholte). 
, Notes relating to. Add. 5847. Robert Smythe of, admitted 

at Caius Coll. E.A. (N.S.) i. 157. 
. Land of Earl Ralph in King's hand. One freeman holds 33a. 

as a manor, and another freeman la. Dom. 2856. 
. Lands of R. Mold. 5 freemen held 46a. and la. meadow 

under Robert's mother, and 7 freemen held 50 and la. meadow. 

Dom. 320, 323. 

. St. Edmund's fee. 3a. in demesne. Dom. 371. 

. Land of Hugh de Montfort. Goodmund held from Aluric 

his brother Abbot of Ely a carucate and 40a. as a manor. Now 

Roger de Candos holds this of Hugh. 3a. meadow. A church with 

8a. And to this manor have been added 8 freemen with 40a. A 

church with 12a. Dom. 4106. 
. Lands claimed by Bp. of Bayeux and Robert Malefs mother. 

Brictere a freeman held 20a. and Cheric a freeman held 20a. Dom. 

450. 
. Land of Ralph de Limesi. 2 freemen held 8a. and a freeman with 

2a. Dom. 429. 
, Grant by William de Wrotham to William de Buggesell of 30a. 

in, between lands of Robert de Rokesle and Edmund Walensis. 

A. 3590. 
, Philip de Columbers held half a knight's fee of the Honor of 

Haughley in. T. de N. 290. 

, Grant, &c., in, t. Hen. III. Harl. 50 C. 33 : 1303. Harl. 47 

A. 15. 

, Walter le Flemyng and Joan his wife claimed view of frank- 
pledge and assize of bread and beer in. Q.W. 727. 

, Robert de Perers held lands in. H.R. ii. 193. 

, Nicholas Toppyn v. William Blauncheuill and others, touch. 

a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 6 Edw. I. 23. 
, Nicholas de Aldham v. Reginald Fichet and others, touch, a 

tenement in. Ib. 9 Edw. I. 9. 
, Land in, Hugo de Fering, Robt. de Chedeworth and Wnu de 

Brome for Abbey of Colchester. I.P.M., 10 Edw. III. (2ndnos.) 

34. 
, Land in, Cicilia wife of Brian de Hiklyng. Ib. 19 Edw. III. 33. 



Occdd. 245 

, 34 acres of land and 7 of meadow. Edw. de Berkley and Joan 
his wife. Ib. 4 Rich. II. 10. 
, Free warren in, John Bacun clericus. Chart. Rolls, 7 and 8 



Rich. II. 16. Conf. to Prior of Eye. 20 Rich. II. 4. 
, Ministers' accounts of land in, 6 to 7 Hen. IV. Bundle 1108, 

No. 10. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands in, 10 to 11 Hen. VI. Bundle 1108, 

No. 11. 
, Valuation of Rectory of, for John Kynde 35 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 

10. App. ii. p. 225. 

, Particulars of Sale of Manor of Bedingham in, 37 Hen. VIII. 

Ib. 
, Precipes on covenants cone, lands in, 1568. Add. Ch. 25390 : 

1593. Add. Ch. 25478. 

. Thos. Wase v. Thos. Brome. C.P., ser. ii. B. cxc. 44. 

, Warrant to bring up Hy. Starling of, a defaulter at musters. 

1638-9. S.P. 309. 

, John Spencer Cobbold, divine, born 1768 at. D.N.B. xi. 146. 

, Conveyance of land upon trust for the erection of a chapel for 

the Particular Baptists. Trust Deed. 1839, 168, 10, 11. 
, A parcel of land in, for scholastic purposes. Trust Deed. 1849, 

88, 14. 
. Included in the Hartismere Highway District 13 Jan. 1863. 

L.G. 231. 
. School Board formed compulsorily. 11 Dec. 1874. L.G. 6059. 

Rishangles united to School District 25 Feb. 1876. L.G. 885. 

. Bye-laws made 21 May 1880. L.G. 3173. 

OCCOLD v. sub Braiseworth, &c., Denham Manor, &c., Eye St. Peter 

Mon., Eye, &c., Hartest, &c., Wickham, &c. 
OCCOLD MANOR. Held by Eye Priory. Ministers' accounts, 18 Edw. 

11. Bundle 1127, No. 4. 

, Grant by Chas. D. of Suff. to Crown of, in exchange by Deed. 

30 Hen. VIII. 1538. S.P. ii. 1182 (18a). 
. Formerly belonging to Eye Priory rated for Nicholas Cutler, 

1557. Harl. 607. 

, Charles Cutler to shew title to, 12 Eliz. M. Trin. Rec. Rot. 33. 

. Commission touching temporal and spiritual possessions, 13 

Jac. I. M. Trin. Rec. Rot. 279. 
OCCOLD MANOR v. sub Brockford, &c., Eye St. Peter Mon., Eye 

Honor, &c. 



246 Occold. 

OCCOLD CHUKCH. Monuments in. Add. 19089, 19090. Sepulchral 

brass of W. Corbald and wife (c. 1490). Add. 32490. Plate. S.I. 

viii. 315. 
. Capdlanus. Hugo, early 13th cent. Harl. 49 B. 21. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 265, 285. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 5216. 
OCCOLD and BEDINGHAM. Grant for 20 years to William Tymperley 

esq., of the custody of a messuage and lands in B. and 20rf. in, and 

a close called the Fee in the town of Gyke (?) co. Suff. Pat. Rolls, 

1 Hen. VII. pt. ii. 7 (19). 
OCCOLD and BENINGHAM. Particulars of farms in, on grant to Nicholas 

and John Hare, 38 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 

308. 
, Claim by Robert Crocklyne in right of his wife Jane against 

Tho. Rivett and John Aldricke as legatee to legacy issuing out of 

rents of land in, late the estate of Thomas Drane. C.P. i. 

146. 
OCCOLD, BENINGHAM and EYE. Licence for alienation in mortmain 

to Abbey of St. John Colchester by Robert de Chedes- 

worth and William de Brome of a messuage, 22 acres of land 2 

meadow and 3 pasture in. Pat. Rolls, 10 Edw. III. pt. ii. 28. 
OCCOLD and FRESSINGFIELD MANORS andYAXLEY, DUNWICH and 

PAYFORTH CHURCHES. Grant for life to Lady Anne of Cleves out 

of augmentation office of, 1540-1. S.P. 1500. 
OCCOLD, THUSTON, THRANDESTON and BROOM. Broomdavillers 

Manor and advowson of church al. Beauchampe in towns of. Joan 

wife of Sir Earth. Bacon. I.P.M., 13 Hen. VI. 29. 
ODDEBRTJGE v. sub Hartest, &c. 
ODINGSELLS. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 
OFEILD family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 186. 
OFFEWORDA v. Ufford. 
OFFINGTON al. Offinton v. Offton. 
OFFINTON (Laurence de). He and John del Ho acknowledge that 

they owe Bartholomew de Costello (sic) 40 marks to be levied in 

default on their lands in Suff. Close Rolls, 4 Edw. I. 2d. 
OFFLEY al. Offord. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 
OFFTON (Offeton, Offetuna, Offington, Offinton, Of ton, Oston). 
. Lands of Earl Ralph in the King's hand. 2 freemen and 

50a. In the Church 16a. Dom. 285. 



Offton. 247 

. Lands of Roger Bigot. Lefchild a freeman held 2 carucates 
as a manor, now Hugh de Hosdene holds of Bigot, la. meadow. 
A church with 16a. And the said Hugh holds of Bigot 10 freemen 
who used to have IJa. and 1 carucate and 4a. One of the freemen 
Blackwin had 40a. of the same land. Dom. 337. 

. Lands of Roger de Oburvitte. A freeman Waldwin had 20a. 
and this William holds of Roger. Dom. 4046. 

. Land of Isaac. Siric a freeman held in K.E.'s time lOOa. as a 
manor. 1 Church with 7a. Dom. 4376. 

, William Talebot held, of the value of xxft. T. de N. 286. 

, Fee in, Giles de Wachesham. I.P.M., 1 Edw. I. 9 ; 3 Edw. I. 
28. 

, Free warren in, Roger Lunedaye. Chart. Rolls, 8 Edw. I. 20. 

, Commission on information on behalf of Robert Tybetot that 
Joan de Boun and others have fished in his free fishery at, and 
carried away fish and other goods. Pat. Rolls, 24 Edw. I. 12rf. 

, 2 fees in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf . and Alicia his wife. I.P.M., 

35 Edw. I. 46. 

, 50 acres of land and 20 meadow. John de Bohoun. Ib. 10 

Edw. II. 70. 
, Land in, Thos. le Archer, parson of Elmsett Church for Bricett 

Priory. 76. 5 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 53. 
, Land in, Maria wife of Thomas de Brotherton E. of Norf. Ib. 

36 Edw. III. pt. ii. 9. 

, Robert Darsham of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 7 Rich. II. pt. ii. 

33. 
, 1 messuage and 58a., &c., in, Robt. de Dersham. I.P.M., 9 

Rich. II. 86. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands in, 7 to 9 Hen. V. Bundle 1117, 



No. 3, 4. 
, 2 fees per Katherine Queen of England. I.P.M., 11 Hen. VI. 

43. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Margaret 

Haywarde fol. 179. 1458-1477. John Bakonne fol. 189. John 

Barber fol. 268. William Debbill fol. 197. Alice Edrick fol. 46. 

Thomas Martin fol. 163. William Rever fol. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands in, arrears to 11 Edw. IV. Bundle 

1094, No. 10. 
, Geo. Copeing of, fined for delinquency. His estate heavily 

charged with debts, 1645. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 897. 



248 0/fton. 

, Geo. Copping of, and Eliz. his wife, sister and h. of Sam. Gooch, 

beg discharge of sequestration. They claim under Will of John 

Gooch, the grandfather Sam. Gooch died 6 years ago, 1646. S.P., 

Cal. of Comp. 1514. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1690. 
OFFTON v. sub Ash, &c., Bricett, Gt., &c., Flowton, Ufford, &c. 
OFFTON MANOR. Grant to William de Valence brother of the King of. 

Pat. Rolls, 41 Hen. III. 12, 15. 

. Extent. Roger de Loveday. I.P.M., 15 Edw. I. 33. 
. Held by Thetford Priory. Ministers' accounts, 18 Edw. II. 

Bundle 1127, No. 4. 

. William de Bohun E. of Northampton. I.P.M. , 34 Edw. in. 85. 

. Humphrey de Bohun E. of Hereford and Joan his wife dau. 

of Rich. E. of Arundel. 76. 46 Edw. III. 10. 

, Assigned in pourparty to Hen. V. value of 1421. R.P. iv. 137. 

. Confirmed to the Queen Dowager 1422. Ib. 1876. 

, Grant in fee to John Croftes of, belonging to late mon. 

of Bury with advowson of church, water mill and meadow and fulling 

mill in, also close of land and pasture called Cagis close in Magna 

Barton, 1540. S.P. 436 (75). 

OFFTON MANOR v. sub Elmset Manor, &c., Somersham Manor, &c. 
OFFTON MANOR and CHURCH. John and Robt. Barker to shew title 

to, 19 Eliz. M. Pas. Rec. Rot. 82. 
OFFTON CHURCH. Ruined and decayed. E.A. i. 340. Monuments 

in. Ib, vii. 223. Add. 19084, 19085. Plate. S.I. ix. 160. 

, Letter touch. Sir Wm. Botolf, parson of, 1540. S.P. 478 (3). 

, Grant in fee to Thos. D. of Norf. of rectory of, 1540. S.P. 

942 (43). 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 263, 284. 

, Benefice with Bricett Little. Procurations and synodals 

released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 
OFFTON and ELMESETE. 100 acres of land and 4 of meadow in, as of 

Elmsett Manor. Phil. Cok. I.P.M., 9 Hen. V. 12 ; 8 Hen. VI. 9. 
OFFTON, ELMSETT and SOMERSHAM. Former account of lands of 

Duchy of Lancaster in, 28 to 30 Hen. VI. Bundle 292, No. 4803. 

N.D. Bundle 734, No. 12045. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands in arrears to 10 Edw. IV. Bundle 

1094, No. 9. 

OFFWOOD and OFIELD. Pedigrees. Add. 19143. 
OILLERS v. Wyllers. 



Oligrant. 249 

OKE family. Pedigree. Harl. 1449. of Shrubland Hall. Pedigree. 

Add. 19143. 
OKEHOLT v. Occold. 
OKELEY (Thomas) of Parham. Letter of, to [Framl.] Gawdy (6 Feb.) 

10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 181. 
OKENHILL al. Okenhull v. Oakenhill. 
OKENHILL. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 
OKETON. Thomas de Eston v, Geoffrey le Paumer, &c., touch, a 

tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. lOd. 
OKLE al. Okleye v. Oakley. 
OLAVE (St.) (Ollyves) HERRINGFLEET. Grant by King to Prior of 

Herringfleet of a fair in. Close Rolls, 10 Hen. III. 20. 
, Licence to Anne and John Mellinge to sell wines in, 1634. 

Chancery. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 502. 
, Bridge over Waveney and Bridge over Haven of Gt. Yarmouth, 

repairing, &c. (Loc. and pers.) 5 and 6 Will. IV. c. 49. 
OLAVES (ST.) PRICE Y. Inventory on suppression, 1536. S.I. viii. 85. 
OLD BORNEYS v. sub Ilketshall. 
OLD CASTLE. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 
OLDHALL (Oldehalle). Ministers' accounts of lands in, 29 to 30 

Edw. m. Bundle 991, No. 12. 
OLDHALL v. sub Cockfield, Felsham. 
OLDHALL MANOR. Ric. Walton. I.P.M., 10 Hen. IV. 36. 

. Joan wife of Sir Thos. Erpingham. Ib. 3 Hen. VI. 19. 

, Particulars of farm of parcel of, for grant to Thos. Germyn, 31 

Hen. VEIL D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 212. 
OLDHALL MANOR v. sub Bergholt East. 
OLDHALL MANOR in Wetherfield, v. sub Brockford, &c., Broke Hall 

Manor, &c. 
OLDEHAWE LE Hoo and ROTJGHAM MANOR. Particulars of farm of, 

for grant to Duke of Norf. 37 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 

242. 

OLDHAM. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 
OLDMAYNE (Timothy) of Denham. Life's Brevity. Sermon at funeral 

of Edward Leukener. Ipswich, 1636. " Sermon on Psal. xxxix. 

11." Lond. 1619, 8w. 
OLD NEWTON v. Newton (Old). 
OLDTON al. Oleton al. Olton v. Oulton. 
OLIGRANT, OLIVER, of Bury and of Sudbury. Pedigrees. Add. 

19143. 



250 Oliver. 

OLTVEB (Robert) and ROBERT THOMLINSON. Grant to, of lands in 
Suff. 4 Jac. I. 9 Pars 0. Rot. 70. 

OLKETSHALL v. Ilketshall. 

O'MALLEY. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 

OMERSDEN al. Omsden v. Ousden. 

OXEBY. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 

ONEHOUSE (Anehus, Aneus, Anhus, Anuhus, Enhous, Enhows, 
Onhous, Onhus, Onhowse). 

. Land of Robert E. of Moreiaine. Withmer held it under K.E. 

as a carucate. 4a. meadow, and 2 socmen with 3a. And a freeman 
held 9a. After Brien acquired it, it rendered no customs duty in 
the hundred. Dom. 291. 

. Land of St. Edmund. A freeman under St. Edmund held 

half a carucate. 4a. meadow. Dom. 3606. 

. Land of Ranulf Peverdl. Ketel K.E.'s thane held it as a caru- 
cate and a half and 20a. 12a. meadow. A church with 3a. 
In K.E.'s time 26a. belonged to Stow Church and Osbert 
Masculus now holds them and he held them before Ranulf had the 
manor of Onehouse. Dom. 4166, 417. 

. Land of Humphrey son of Aubrey. 10 freemen under Ketel 

held 60a. 3a. meadow. Dom. 436. 

, William de Anhus held 3 parts of a knight's fee of the Honor 



of Peverell in. T. de N. 291. 
, Henry de Caldecot held tenements in, in fee of Tregoz in which 

the King had warren. H.R. ii. 192. 
, Fenlegh Manor (? Fenhall, Buxhall) extent. Rich, de Weyland 

and Joan his wife. I.P.M., 13 Edw. II. 17. 
, Land in, Barth. son of John Davielers. 76. 5 Edw. III. 

76. 
, Free warren in, Barth. Burghershe. 9 Chart. Rolls, 23 

Edw. III. 3. 
, Precipe on a covenant cone, land in, 1555. Add. Ch. 

25277. 
, Certificate that Edm. Steedman, Clerk, of, delinquent, is unable 

to pay being in debt, having 8 children, &c., 1647 ? Com. for 

money advance, 841. 
. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 26 April 1881. L.G. 

2010. 
ONEHOITSE v. sub Buxhall, &c., Hawstead, &c., Shelland, &c., Witnes- 

ham, &c. 



Onesden. 251 

ONEHOUSE MANOR. Thomas de Weylaund having renounced the 
realm for felony Margaret his wife and Richard his son have not 
their seisin of, to wit in Ratlesden and Wetherden except 60 acres 
of land and 6 of meadow. The abbot of St. Edmunds claims to be 
chief lord of. Abbr. of PL, 18 Edw. I. Trin. 46. 

, Wardship of, belongs to Abbot of Bury, 1290. R.P. i. 53. 

, Ad. de Anney obtains recovery of, 1290. R.P. i. 53. 

. John de Worlaunde. I.P.M., 6 Edw. II. 34. 
. Sir John Skrene. Ib. 14 Edw. IV. 42. 

. Robert Drury d. 2 March 1534 and Sir William son and heir. 

Ib. 27 Hen. VIII. 2.4. 

. Robert Drury d. and William son and heir. 76. 4 and 5 Ph. 

and M. 51. 

ONEHOUSE and WILLNESHAM MANORS. Abbot of Bury allowed to 
hold, 1290. R.P. i. 48. 

ONEHOUSE HALL MANOR v. sub Hawstead Hall M., &c., Witnesham 
Manor, &c. 

ONEHOUSE CHURCH. Round Tower of. E.A. i. 165, 166. Monu- 
ments in. Add. 19106. Names on gravestones in. E.A. vi. 134. 
Plate. S.I. ix. 222. 

. Persona. Robertus, 1240. Harl. 51 E. 40. 

, Pardon to William Coleman parson of, for acquiring without 

licence property held in chief. Pat. Rolls, 19 Edw. III. pt. ii. 19. 

. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 5216. 

ONEHOUSE and HARLESTON CHURCHES. Order uniting into one 
benefice Rectories of. L.G. 24th Nov. 1891, 6462. 

ONEHOUSE, RATLESDEN, BUCKESHALE and WETHERDEN. Adam son 
of Robert de Alneto gives by deed to Thomas de Weyland Margery 
his wife and Richard their son all the lands, &c., which came to him 
on the death of Edward his brother in, to hold to the heirs of the 
sd. Richard which he gave in exchange for lands in Herthurst, 
Lausele and Brockelegh as therein more particularly appears. 
Abbr. of PL, 10 Edw. I. in fifteen day of East. 30. 

, Adam son of Robert de Alneto gives to Alice widow of Gilbert 

de Cotenham one messuage and all the tenements in, which came 
to him as heir of his brother Edward to hold to her and her heirs. 76. 

ONEHOUSE (Anhus) and WETHERDEN. Robert son of William de 
Alneto held a knight's fee of the Abbey of Bury in. T. de N. 291. 

ONESDEN al. Onisdone al. Onnesden v. Ousden. 



252 Onslow. 

OXSLOW. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 

OPTON al. OPITUNA v. Hopton. 

ORBELL. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 

OKD family of Fornham. Burke L.G. 1116. of Hepworth. S.I. 
x. 133, 134. Arms. 76. 135. 

ORD (Craven). Collections for Suff. Add. 7108-7102. Map, plans 
and drawings. Add. 8916, 8987. Portraits at Hengrave Hall 
(1796). Add. 6391. Notes in his handwriting in the MSS. Add. 
7965, 7966, 7967. 

, Catalogue of the Curious and Valuable Library of, sold by Mr. 

Evans. 1829, 8vo. 

ORDE family of Hopton. Burke L.G. 1198. 

ORFORD (Orefford, Oreford, Orfford, Orforth, Orreford). 

. 6 Rep. Hist. Com. 5086, 12 Rep. pt. vi. 298. Arch. x. 352, 

xii. 141. S.I. x. 49. Notes on. Add. 5847. Its History. N. and 
Q., 9th ser. i. 248. Charters. S.I. x. 221. Extent of town and 
Castle. Ib. 229. House of Augustine Friars at. E.A. i. 11. 
Field names of. Ib. vi. 133. Drawing of chancel of parochial 
chapel of. Gent. M. 1788, pt. ii. 702. Market of. S.I. x. 225. 
Loyalty of. Ib. 223. The old Lantern of. S.I. vii. 77. Light- 
houses at. E.A. vii. 255. 8 Rep. Hist. Com. 2456, 252, 259. 
Wrecks in. S.I. x. 224. Arms and common seal of. Harl. 1177, 
1449, 1560. Rawl. B. 422. E.A. iv. 166. Chapel of Ely diocese. 
6 Rep. Hist. Com. 2896, 291, 2946, 2976, 2996, 300. Legacy to 
friars of. 10 Rep. pt. iv. 524. Silver maces from. P.S.A., 2nd 
ser. xii. 180, 188. Shark's teeth from a bed of coprolites at. B. A.A. 
xxiv. 167. Visit of Suff. Institute to, 1872. S.I. v. 119. 1898. S.I. 
x. 49. Ancient petition of people of. P.R.O., 3135. Parliamentary 
petition of men of, No. 6288. D.K.R. 34. App. p. 113. Parlia- 
mentary petition of Letice Eschot dau. of Lucas de Eschot of, No. 
578. Ib. p. 52. Bence family of. E.A. vi. 332. Constables of. 
S.I. x. 224, 225. Grant by Robert Malet of market and toll* of, to 
Eye Priory. S.I. x. 206. An Old custom of. S.I. vii. 
77. 

, Confirm, from Oger. fil. Ogeri to Ch. of St. Peter and St. Paul 

and the canons of Ipswich of the messuage which Oger his father 
gave to them on the causeway of, of the fee of Robert fil. Radulfi 
Britonis and of Philippa fil. Willelmi Gulaffre. Early 12th Cent. 
Stowe Ch. 407. 

, Assize of, 22 Hen. II. Madox Exch. i. 703. 



Orford. 253 

. Honor of Lancaster Roger Esturmy. xxs. for 1 knight's fee. 

Pardon on account of fishery of, which was of his fee there. Red 

Book of the Exch. 1186-7, fol. Qld. 
. Its Tallage 9 Rich. I. Madox Exch. i. 705. 2 Hen. III. i. 

706. 14 Hen. III. i. 725. 
, The King restores to the Bp. of Ely the chapel of Orford and 

his right appertaining to the mother church of Suburne. Pat. 

Rolls, 3 John 4, 21. 4 John 1. 

. Consiabularius. Ric. Aguillum, t. Hen. III. Harl. 45 G. 64. 

, Grant of Liberties to men of, by Hen. III. Ayloffe Chartae 

Antiquae 11. 
, Order to sheriff to repair mill and marsh of King at. Close 

Rolls, 5 Hen. III. pt. i. 20. 
, Order to Rich, de Munfichet to let Nicholas de Dunewic have 

timber in King's forest in Essex for repair of King's mill at. Ib. 4 

Hen. III. 12. 
, Order for payment of money expended in repairing castle 

and house of King at. 76. 9 Hen. III. pt. i. 18. 
, Order as to money expended in repair of King's house at. 76. 

10 Hen. III. 23. 
, Grants, &c., in, t. Hen. III. Edw. I. Harl. 49 F. 21 : 1305. 

Harl. 46 E. 14 : 1315. Harl. 48 C. 23 : 1346. Harl. 54 H. 50 : 

1364. Harl. 51 F. 12 : 1431. 1438. Harl. 58 B. 16 ; Harl. 58 

B. 18. 
, Quit claim from John fil. Radulfi de Glanuile to Priory of St. 

Peter Ipswich of a messuage and rents, &c., in [1255-1258]. Stowe 

Ch. 408. 
, Margaret Fitz-Reener v. Richard Twayn, touch, a messuage in. 

Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. 2. 
, Thomas Brangwayn, Avelina Fitz-Robert, and Alicia her 

(ejiis) sister v. William Nol, &c., touch, a tenement in. 76. 1 

Edw. I. lid. 
, Margery late wife of William de Valoynes v. John le Marchaunt, 

junr. and others, touch, a tenement in. 76. 3 Edw. I. 33d. 
, Order to Constable of Orford Castle to cause ditches to be made 

anew about the King's marsh of, where there were no ditches 

previously and to cause the old ditches to be repaired. Close Rolls, 

3 Edw. I. 18. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands in, 3 to 4 Edw. I. Bundle 1089, 

No. 7. 6 to 7 Edw. I. 76. 15. 6 to 8 Edw. I. 76. 16. 



254 Orford. 

, Fishery in. Abbot of Sibton. I.P.M., 5 Edw. I. 61. 

, Alice daughter of Robert Brangweyn v. William Nol, touch, a 

tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 5 Edw. I. 2Qd. 
, Nicholas Comin and Emma his wife v. Nicholas Wynter and 

others, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 8 Edw. I. lOd. 
. Constabularius. Hugo de Digmeueton, 1280. Harl. 54 D. 

39. 
, Inquiry cone, seizure of kiddles at, from Sibton Abbey, 1280. 

Harl. 54 D. 39. 

, Rent in, Thomas Weyland felon. I.P.M., 21 Edw. I. 64. 

, Grant by Robert de Howel to the Friars of the Order of St. 

Augustine of a piece of land in, to build a Priory, 23 Edw. I. S.I. x. 

93. 
, Land in, Robert de Hewell for Order of St. Augustine's London. 

I.P.M., 23 Edw. I. 120 : William le Marchand for same. 25 Edw. I. 

91. 
, Licence for alienation in mortmain by William Marchaund to 

the Austin Friars of London of a plot containing 10 perches by 5 

perches in. Pat. Rolls, 27 Edw. I. 31. 
, Grant by William de Cleidone to Edw. I. of his water mill, &c. 

at. Red Book of the Exch. 34 Edw. I. 
, Pardon to Gocelin le Barber of, for death of Agnes de Baudre- 

seye his wife. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. II. pt. i. 18. 
, Request to Mayor bailiffs and men of, from King for loan of 

200 marks. Close Rolls, 4 Edw. II. 5. 

, Pardon to prior and Augustine friars of, for acquiring in mort- 
main without licence, from John Engayne a plot of land in, 8 perches 

in length and 3 perches in width, adjacent to their dwelling place 

for enlargement of it. Pat. Rolls, 7 Edw. II. pt. ii. 24. 
, Piece of land 8 perches long and 3 broad in, John de Engayne 

for Augustines of. I.Q.D., 7 Edw. II. 24. 
, Piece of land in, for enlargement of house of St. Augustine Priory. 

Ib. 8 Edw. II. 38. 
, Rent in. William de Caldecote. I.P.M., 8 Edw. II. 

25. 
, Grant of a vacant plot, 30 feet long by 3 ft. broad in, adjoining 

their dwelling place to Austin Friars for enlargement thereof. Pat. 

Rolls, 9 Edw. II. pt. i. 30. 
, 1 messuage and 2 acres in suburbs of, William de Leche rebel. 

I.Q.D., 14 Edw. IL 9. 



Orford. 255 

, Order to supply corn and victuals. Close Rolls, 16 Edw. II. 
23d. 
, Order not to make suit to the windmill lately erected by William 



de Cleydon as profits of the King's mills diminished. Ib. 17 Edw. II. 

28. 

. As to toll. Chart. Rolls, 19 Edw. II. 15. 

, Orders to bailiffs of, not to allow persons to go out of kingdom. 

Close Rolls, 3 Edw. III. (1329) 26d. 

, John Vynter of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 10 Edw. III. pt. i. 36. 
, Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Walter de Hewell 

of, to the Priory of Austin Friars at, of a plot of land for the enlarge- 
ment of their dwelling house. Ib. 11 Edw. III. pt. ii. 32. 
, Walter de Howelle of Orford gives to, 10 perches of land and 

J and 7 feet of land there for enlargement of house of Austin Friars. 

I.Q.D., 11 Edw. III. 32. 
, Grants, &c., of kiddles in, 1338. Harl. 56 D. 36 : 1345. Cott. 

xii. 5 : 1353. Harl. 83 C. 50 : 1357. Harl. 51 F. 7 : 1434. 

Harl. 45 G. 49. 
, Rich. Valence and others gave to the order of St. Augustine of, 

lands in, for enlargement of their house, &c. I.Q.D., 24 Edw. III. 73. 
, Sale by Will. Bp. of Norwich, to Ely Priory of a pension paid 

for the appropriation of the Chapel, annexed to Sudborne, 1351. 

Harl. 43 I. 22. 

, Land in, Gilbert Chyld. I.P.M., 26 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 

40. 
, Indenture between John Lien of Ipswich of the one part and 



Thos. Hardel and Thos. Horold of the other, being the defeasance 
of a writing obligatory whereby sd. Thos. and Thos. were bound to 
sd. John in 100 by reason of disputes between them and the sd. 
Thos. Hardel and Elianor his wife, viz., that the question of the lands 
devised to him in, by Robt. de Cleydon should be submitted to 6 
persons of whom two to be lawyers, &c., 26 Edw. III. A. 9.591. 
, Confirm, of Letters Pat. 3 Feb. 26 Edw. III. confirming charters 
12 June 40 Hen. III. 8 June 40 Hen. III. and 20 Feb. 19 Edw. IT. 
in favour of burgesses of. Pat. Rolls, 1 Rich. II. pt. iii. 2. O., 
26 Edw. III. 21. 

, Licence for John Pieshale and others the Executors of the late 
E. of Suffolk to alienate in mortmain the manor of Benges in, held 
in chief as of the Honor of Eye to the Abbey of Brosyerd. Ib. 9 
Rich. II. pt. ii. 7 



256 Orford. 

, Licence for John Pieshale clerk and Robert Grigge clerk to 

alienation in mortmain 5 messuages 2 shops 7 acres and 24s. of rent 
in, and a weir in the harbour of, not held in chief to a chaplain to 
celebrate daily at the altar of St. Mary in St. Bartholomew's. 76. 
9 Rich. II. pt. ii. 14. 

, 51 acres of marsh in, Thos. de Loudham and Matilda his wife. 

I.P.M., 9 Ric. II. 33. 

, 5 messuages, 2 shops, 7 acres of land and 24s. rent and certain 

weirs in the port as of Orford Castle. John Pieshale and others for 
Orford Church. Ib. 9 Ric. II. 116. 

, Pardon to Augustine son of Augustine de Kenebrok of, for all 

felonies before 10 Rich. II. Pat. Rolls, 11 Rich. II. pt. i. 26. 

, Two pieces of marsh in, Thos. de Loudham. I.P.M., 13 Ric. II. 33. 

. Documents subsidiary to ministers' accounts 20 and 21 Ric. II. 



Ministers' accounts. Bundle 1279, No. 4. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands late of William Spycer an outlaw 



in, 2 to 3 Hen. IV. Bundle 1003, No. 4. 
, John Glemham and others gave to the Prior of Butley lands in. 

I.Q.D., 7 Hen. IV. 40. 
, Protection to Wm. Spicer of, 4 Hen. V. French Rolls. D.K.R. 

44. App. p. 587. 
, Confirm, to, of Letters patent 9 Hen. V. confirm. Letters patent 

1 Rich. II. and charters 26 Edw. III., 19 Edw. II., 40 Hen. HI. 

Pat. Rolls, 5 Hen. VI. pt. ii. 17. 
, Messuages, lands, rent, &c., in, Katerina, wife of John Cokerell. 



I.P.M., 6 Hen. VI. 63 ; 7 Hen. VI. 63. 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Joan Buttler 
fol. 199. William Geforde fol. 123. Robert Goodinge fol. 71. 
John Higham fol. 201. John Longe fol. 21. Richard Rolfe fol. 
48. 1458-1477. Richard Bayman fol. 311. Richard Bockyll 
fol. 289. Richard Bulling fol. 203. William Burgate fol. 311. 
John Carpender fol. 87. Edmund Cowper fol. 353. Roger Good- 
child fol. 47. John Hall fol. 223, 271. Robert Hall fol. 321. John 
Honham fol. 211. Joan Marchall fol. 280. Rudolph Radchlitt, 
John Rudd, John Stacie fol. 89. 

, Ministers' accounts of lands of Duchy of Lancaster in, 7 to 8 



Edw. IV. Bundle 323, No. 5274. 

, Confirmation of Letters patent 1 Rich. II. confirming 26 
Edw. III. confirming charter 19 Edw. II. and two 14 Hen. III. 
Pat. Rolls, 19 Edw. IV. 8. 



Orford. 257 

, Lease of King's Marsh, &c., with Raydon Hill in, 1476. Harl. 

54 I. 23. 
, Unlawful assemblies and riots at, Sir Thomas Tey v. John 

Nolothe and others. Star C.P., Hen. VIII. Bundle 20, 400. 
, Rent and services due for lands in, William Willoughby v. 

Robert Pawlyn. Ib. 17, 326. 
, Liberties of, William Willoughby v. Robert Pawlyn and others. 

76. 23, 133. 
, Proceedings by William Willoughby against inhabitants of, 

for trespass. Ib. 21, 93, and 100. 
, Resistance to arrest at, Spycer v. Pawlyng. Ib. P. and M. 

10, 76. 
., Grant of lands in, to Wolsey's Colleges. S.P., 17 Hen. VIII. 

1833. 
, Sale to Thos. d. of Norf. of fields, &c., in, in King's hands by 

attainder of Wolsey. S.P., 24 Hen. VIII. 418 (3). Grant. S.P., 

24 Hen. VIII. 1207 (37). 

, Bond to John Garvon for loan, 1536. S.P. 97. 
, Lease to John Gate of house of Austin Friars in, 1542. S.P. 

1258. 

, Inhabitants of, suffer in fishing trade by suppression of stall- 
boats, 1586. S.P. 320. 
, Action by Robert Gould against Thos. Buckenham to protect 

title by lease of certain marsh ground in, demised to pltf. by George 

Goodyng. C.P. i. 353. 
, Francis Saunder executor of Thos. Mannynge v. Hy. Apleton 

and Faith his wife. C.P., ser. ii. B. clxiii. 27. 
, Particulars of land formerly belonging to the priory, sold in 1611. 

Rawl. B. 253. 

, Hy. Coggeshall, mathematician, 3rd son of John Coggeshall 

of, baptised 1623 at. D.N.B. xi. 222. 

, Abstract of accounts of Collector of Loan for, 162-7. S.P. 

365. 
, Warrant to Sir Lionel Tollemache to arrest near, a certain ship, 

1630. S.P. 249. 
, Certificate of Daniel Harbert Mayor of Orford as to the warrant 



for choosing burgesses of that town, 15 Car. I. Harl. 97. 

. Hospital A.D. 1652. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 21, No. 14. 

. Poors Land, 29 Car. II. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 36, No. 9 ; 

Bundle 11, No. 8, 9. 

B 



258 Orford. 

, Conveyance of messuage, and marsh called Havergate Marsh in, 

and Gedgrave, by defendt. to Thos. Burwcll. Chas. Burwell v. 

John Newton and other. 32 Chas. II. at Woodbridge. Exch. dep. 

. State of the borough, 1761. Add. 32919. 

, Sheriff's return of Members of Parliament for, 1774. Add. Ch. 

10518 : 1784. Add. Ch. 10519. 
. Included in the Woodbridge County Court District 1847. 

L.G. 990. 
, Primitive Methodist Chapel and School at. Trust Deed. 1864, 

65, 13, 4. 

. Fair abolished 1873. L.G. 5147. 
. The Wickham Market Sub-district merged therein 1876. L.G. 

897. 

. Inclosure of Commons Acts. (P.O.) 41 and 42 Viet. c. 113. 

. Coroners' Boro' excepted from the Division of Suffolk into 

Coroner's Districts 2 April 1878. L.G. 2305. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 10 Dec. 1878. L.G. 7073. 

, Dissolution of Friendly Society at. L.G. 1895, 5414. 

ORFORD v. sub Aldeburgh, Aldeburgh, &c., Benhall, Burstall, &c., 

Buxhall, &c., Coast, Chiselford, &c., Dunwich, &c., Fakenham, 

Harbergate, Kirkley, &c., Lothingland, &c., Orwell, &c., Plomes- 

gate Hund., Rendlesham, Sudborne, &c., Wherstead, &c., Wick- 
ham, &c., Woodbridge, &c., Yarmouth (Little), &c. 
ORFORD PORT and HAVEN and ORFORDNESS. Close Rolls, 8 Hen. III. 

pt. i. 16 ; 9 Hen. III. pt. i. 10 ; 10 Hen. III. 27, 14. 13 Rep. Hist. 

Com. pt. iv. 443. 
, Draft of an Act for maintenance of Haven. 3 Rep. 5. Great 

fish in. 9 Rep. 252&. Seal found at. P.S.A. 2nd, ser. v. 66. 
, The quinzine of the merchandise of, 6 John. Madox Exch. i. 

772. 

, Ships at. Close Rolls, 9 Hen. III. pt. i. 9. 

, Complaint as to boarding ship at, and carrying away goods. 

Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. II. 34d., 4 Edw. II. pt. ii. 23d. 
, Pardon to Richard Sparwe of Dunwich as to robbery of ship at. 

Ib. 6 Edw. II. 17. 

, Order to bring ships into. Ib. 8 Edw. II. pt. ii. 21. 

, Order to prepare ships for King's service. Close Rolls, 15 

Edw. II. lid. 5. Thanks for. Ib. I2d. 
, Complaint as to plunder of ship in. Ib. 11 Edw. III. 



pt. i. 21. 



Orford. 259 

, Pardon to Walter de Fewell, John Wynter, Hugh le Spicer, 

Adam de Melton, Geoffrey de Gategrave, Richard Pykhous and 

William Poer all of, for plunder of a ship on way to Flanders. 

Pat. Rolls, 17 Edw. III. pt. i. 24. 
, Act for preserving fry of fish in, 1489, 4 Hen. VII. c. 21, 7 Hen. 

VII. c. 2. R.P. vi. 4376. 
, Act forbidding use of engines for destroying fish in, 1491. R.P. 

vi. 441. 1495. Ib. 508. 

, Right of fishing in, Edward Clayton v. Thomas Spycer 

and Thomas Mannyng. Star C.P., Hen. VIII., Bundle 18, 

218. 

, Ships at. S.P., 25 Hen. VIII. 1380. 
. Commission for repression of piracy at, 1565. Acts of P.C. 

289. 
, Petition of Magistrates of, to Lord Burghley that Custom house 

may be there instead of at Aldborough, 1579. Lansd. 29, 29. 
, Bills for preservation of fish in, 27, 29 and 31 Eliz. H.L. ii. 



93, 95, 96, 97, 134, 135, 156, 157, 159, 161. 

, Ship-money to be levied in, 1588. Acts of P.C. 10, 45, 93. 

, Warrant to pay John Griffin of, Thos. Silvester of Ipswich and 

others, 2,022 crowns, usual bounty on seven new-built ships, 1617. 

S.P. 498. 
, People of, willing to contribute for suppression of pirates if 

considered members of Yarmouth which they must be if Aldborough 

to so accounted, 1619. S.P. 23. 

, Ship laden with masts stranded at, 1631. S.P. 96. 

, Ship money, 12 at, 1635. S.P. 364. 

, Patent for keeping lights at, 1637. S.P. 19, 357. 
, Grant to Sir Edw. Turner to maintain and continue lighthouse 

at, 1661. S.P. 52. 
, Seizure of corn on a Swedish vessel wrecked near, in 1662 referred 

to, 1666. S.P. 401. 
, Petition of Hen. Gray, who is possessed of lighthouses at, 1730-1. 

T. B. and P. 3. 
, Appointment of Rich. Lashley, waiter and searcher at Aldeburgh, 

and to officiate as boatman at, Thos. Cossens, deed. 1738. T. B. and 

P. 634. 
, Warrant to appoint Thos. Brady, a boatman at, loco Rich. 

Lashley, preferred. T. B. and P. 1738-9, 197. 
ORFORD HAVEN v. sub Aldeburgh, &c. 



260 Orford. 

ORFORD CASTLE. S.I. v. 120, 123, x. 82, 86, 87, 205. A.J. Ivi. 399. 
Pat. Rolls, 17 John 22-18, 18 John 2. Views of. Arch. xxix. 
68, by Johnson. Add. 8987. S.I. x. 86, 205. On present state of. 
Arch. xxix. 60. Capitals in, with a perspective plan. Arch. xii. 
168. Oven at. Ib. xxix. 69. Altar in. Arch, xxxix. 66. Com- 
pared with Coningsburgh. B.A.A. xxx. 20. Gold ring found at. 
A.J. iii. 89. Bronze spear found in ruins of. P.S.A., 2nd ser. iv. 
74. Wardens of. S.I. x. 84-86. Account of sea monster con- 
fined at. Ib. 208, 222. Extracts from Pipe Rolls relating to building 
of. Ib. 210-221. Visited by Suff. Institute (1898). Ib. 52. 

, Order to Master Henry de Cerne and Nicholas son of Robert to 

let the Constable of, have timber for repair of. Close Rolls, 17 
John, pt. i. 1 p. 2. 

, Order for paymt. of money expended in repairs of King's 

buildings in, and the bridge of Castle and marsh of Orford. Ib. 6 
Hen. III. pt. i. 19. 

. Custody committed by King to Thomas de Ingeldethorp. O., 

20 Hen. III. 6 to Robert le Sauvage. 34 Hen. : III. 4. 

. Granted to men of the town before 42 Hen. III. Madox 

Exch. ii. 207. 

, Order to release William de Suthwalde detained in, for trespasses, 

on bail. Close Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 13. 

, Order to Constable of, and to commonalty to inflict every injury 

by sea and land on men of Flanders. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 
20. 

, Appointment of Robert de Ufford to custody of. Ib. 3 Edw. I. 



23. 

. Ministers' accounts, 3 to 4 Edw. I. Bundle 1089, No. 7. 



, Custody of, committed to Rich, de Holebrok. Pat. Rolls, 4 

Edw. I. 23. 
, Grant to Robert de Ufford of custody of. Ib. 8 Edw. I. 11; 

9 Edw. I. 27. 

, To be fortified and repaired. Close Rolls, 1 Edw. II. 6. 

. To be kept and guarded. Ib. I2d. 

, Commission to view. Pat. Rolls, 5 Edw. II. pt. ii. 22d. 



, Grant for life to Nicholas de Segrave of. Ib. 6 Edw. II. 

pt. i. 12. 
. Extent. I.Q.D., 11 Edw. II. 10. S.I. x. 229. 

. Town and leet extent. Robert de Ufford E. of Suff. I.P.M., 

43 Edw. III. pt. ii. 38. 



Or ford. 261 

, Pardon to Elizabeth late wife of Michael de la Pole son and heir 

of Michael de la Pole late E. of Suff. for having granted for her life 

to John Spencer and others and their heirs a rent of 20 out of, 

held of the King in chief. Pat. Rolls, 2 Hen. VI. pt. i. 16. 
, Proceedings as to, and village. William Willoughby v. Robert 

Pawling and others. Star C.P., Hen. VIII. vol. 17, 29. 

, Survey of, in 1600. S.I. xi. 30. View of, in 1600. Ib. I. 

ORFOBD CASTLE and MANOK. After a date granted to Nicholas de 

Segrave for life. 0., 8 Edw. II. 21. 

. In custody of John de Sturmy 15 Edw. II. Madox Exch. i. 383. 

. Robert Swyllyngton and others. I.P.M., 49 Edw. III. pt. ii. 

(2nd nos.) 9. 

, Precipe on a covenant cone, rent from, 1561. Add. Ch. 25301. 

, Removal of process on annual rent of 20 out of, and discharge 

of Michael Stanhope. 1 Jac. I. M. Hil. Rec. Rot. 260. 
OKFORD CASTLE and TOWN. Walter deWaleyns. I.P.M., 17 Edw. I. 54. 
, Grant to Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk, of, value 40. Pat. 

Rolls, 32 Edw. I. 3. 
. Keeper's accounts, 35 Edw. I. to 4 Edw. II. Ministers' accounts. 

Bundle 1003, No. 3. 
, The King committed to William de Cleidon the custody of, during 

pleasure. O., 9 Edw. II. 3. 
, The King committed to John de Sturmi the custody of, during 

pleasure rendering 4Qli. p.a. Ib. 12 Edw. II. 2. 
, Confirmation of letters patent of 10 Nov. 17 Edw. II. granting 

to John de Sturmy the custody of, free from the rent hitherto paid 

by him. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. III. pt. i. 17. 
, Grant for life to Robert de Ufford for his better maintenance 

in the King's service of. Ib. 4 Edw. Ill, pt. i. 22. 
, Grant for life to John le Sturmy of premises in recompense of 

the custody of, which he held by grant of the late King as of the 

yearly value of 21. 2. 11^ and which had been resumed by the 

King. Ib. 4 Edw. III. pt. ii. 12. 

, Grant for life to Robert de Ufford of. Ib. 5 Edw. III. pt. ii. 10. 

, The King granted to Robert de Ufford in fee at a peppercorn rent 

20 p.a. 0., 10 Edw. III. 2. 
, Licence to Robt. de Swyllyngton and others to acquire of Wm. 

de Ufford E. of Suff. O., 49 Edw. III. 52. 
. Wm. de Ufford, Earl of Suff. and Joan his wife. I.P.M., 5 

Rich. II. 57. 



262 Orford. 

, Order for payment of rent from, to M. de la Pole, 1382. Harl. 

43 E. 26. 

, Licence for waste in the castle and town, 1400. Harl. 55 H. 1. 

, 20 rent issuing out of. Mich, son and heir of Mich, de la Pole 

Eaxl of Suff. I.P.M., 3 Hen. V. 486. 

. Isabella wife of Wm. Ufford, Earl of Suff. Ib. 4 Hen. V. 48. 

, Licence to alienate, &c., 1439. Harl. 43 E. 43. 1460. Harl. 

54 I. 17. 

, Acquittance from E. of Suff. on account of, 1497. Harl. 54 I. 23. 

. Discovery after attainder of Duke of Suff. 7 Hen. VIII. M. 



Hil. Rec. Rot. 15. 

ORFORD CASTLE, TOWN and MANOR. Extent. Robert de Ufford. 
I.P.M., 26 Edw. I. 32. 

ORFORD CASTLE and TOWN, BENHALL MANOR and STRADBROOK MANOR. 
Grant to Michael son of Sir William de la Pole of 20 of rent payable 
by William late E. of Suffolk for the Castle and town of Orford, 
of the Manor of Benhall and 40 marks of rent from the fee farm of his 
manor of Stradbrook due yearly from him to the manor of Eye. 
Pat. Rolls, 5 Rich. II. pt. ii. 9 ; 8 Rich. II. pt. i. 29. 

. John son of William de Cleydon. I.P.M., 24 Edw. III. 80. 

, Grants, &c., of, 1417. Harl. 58 B. 13 : 1429. Harl. 58 B. 27 : 

1516. Harl. 52 B. 10. 

ORFORD CHURCH. S.I. v. 122, x. 88-96. Pat. Rolls, 3 John 4. 
Pews in. A.J. Ivi. 337. Bells of. E.A. i. 416. S.I. v. 122. Font 
in. Arch. x. 200. S.I. v. 122, x. 95. Plate. S.I. ix. 49. View 
of Ruins of. Gent. M. Iviii. 702. S.I. x. 49. Arches and piers in 
chancel and in the ruined chapel there with plates. Arch. xii. 159, 
167, 168. S.I. x. 92. Monuments in. Add. 19100, 19101. 
Inscriptions. Add. 18482. Sepulchral brasses. S.I. i. 148, ii. 
97 of James Coo mayor of, and wife (1580) of Roger Sawyer 
and wife (1580) of Joan Wheatley (1605) of Robert Coverdall 
and wife (1605), &c. Add. 32484, 32490, 34806. Brass representing 
the Holy Trinity in. S.I. ii. 97. Note of inscription on Rev. 
Francis Mason. Add. 5806. Bequests in favour of. S.I. x. 88- 
96. Visited by Archaeological Institute. A.J. Ivi. 401. Visited by 
Suffolk Institute ( 1898). S.I. x. 52. Extracts from Wills at Ipswich 
relating to. S.I. x. 89-92. 

, Charters relating to, temp. Hen. II. and John. Add. 5829. 

, Grant to Gaufrid de Burn. Chart. Rolls, 1 John pt. ii. dorso. 36. 

, Wimer chaplain, perpetual vicar. Ib. 2 John pt. i. 35. 



Orfordness. 263 

. Galfrid de Burgo for life. Ib. 35, 202. 

. De reignatione. B. De Castellis to R. Bp. of Norwich he 

releases his right in the Church of Suthburne and the Chapel of 

Orford, 1277. 6 Rep. Hist. Com. 291. 
, Master John de Watford Rector of, mentioned, 1277. 6 Rep. 

Hist. Com. 291. 
, J. de Watford rector of, physician to the Priory of Ely, 1278. 

Baker xxxviii. 110. 

. Rector. Joh. de Aslacby, 1351. Harl. 43 I. 22. 

, Commission to inquire touching the acquisition in mortmain 

without licence of lands in Suffolk by the chaplains of a chapel in. 

Pat. Rolls, 8 Rich. II. pt. i. 34d. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 250. 

, James Portus minister of, has his estate being only the tithes of 

2 livings seized by the County Committee he being a recusant, 1651. 

S.P., Cal. of Comp. 2862. 

ORFORD CHAPEL v. sub Sudborne Church, Sudbury Ch. 
ORFORD DEANEKY. Church Plate of. S.I. ix. 46. 
ORFORD or Alborough. Most convenient town for a port town, 28 

Eliz. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 36. 
. The better place for a custom house. Ib. p. 36. 
ORFORD, SUBBOURN and CATEGRAVE (Gedgrave). Commission de 

walliis et fossatis to John de Staverton and others in the marshes of. 

Pat. Rolls, 2 Hen. IV. pt. iii. 23d. 
ORFORD, CATGRAVE and SUDBURNE. John Cokerell and others gave 

to the Chantry in Orford, 8 acres in. I.Q.D., 7 Hen. IV. 9. 

, Robert Bullyng of Orford and Rich. Taverner gave to the 

Chantry of St. Mary of Orford certain lands in. Ib. 12 Hen. IV. 18. 
, 4 messuages, 156 acres of land, 5 pieces of marsh and 16*. 

rent. Katherine daur. of John Cokerell son of Katherine wife of 

John Cokerell. I.P.M., 10 Hen. VI. 25. 
ORFORD and DUNWICH. Question of trustees under scheme of Charity 

Commissioners in regard to, 1890. S.I. vii. 226. 
ORFORD and SUDBURNE. Injunction to be sent to tenants of, to suffer 

William Willoughby to enjoy his inheritance in, pending the suit 

in the Star Chamber, 1540. S.P. 140. 
ORFORD, UFFORD, and PARHAM MANORS. Hy. Lock v. John Lane 

and others, touch, profits of. C.P., ser. ii. B. cxii. 13. 
OEFORDNESS and ALDBORO'. 40 Dunkirkers taken between, delivered 

to custody of bailiffs of Yarmouth, 1630. S.P. 230. 



264 Orford. 

ORFORD of Ipswich. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 

ORFORD (John Earl of). Grant to, of lands in Suffolk, 2 Edw. VI. 

3 Pars O. Rot. 39. 
ORMAN. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 
ORMOND (Thos.). Earl of Ormond. Memoranda touch, compota in 

Suff. D.K.R. 3. App. ii. p. 195. 
ORREBY. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 
ORWELL (Orewell) HAVEN or PORT. 9 Rep. Hist. Com. 2586, 2596. 

12 Rep. pt. ix. 378. Close Rolls. 9 Hen. III. pt. i. 14, 10. 10 

Hen. HI. 27, 19, 14. 11 Hen. HI. 3. Arch. xx. 21 (by Myers). 

76. x. 350. P. and 0. of P.C. (1432) iv. 120. E.A. i. 76, 88. (N.S.) 

iv. 286. Charts of River and Haven. Cotton, Aug. i. 56, 

57. Add. 11802. "The Orwell," a Poem, 1826 Ditto by J. 

Cordingley. Ipswich 1837. Large Grampus in. 9 Rep. Hist. 

Com. 2526. Font found near mouth of. A.J. ii. 272. 
, Warin son of Walter le Charpenter of, imprisoned for death of 

Roger Hayle of Herdewik and Roesia de Essexa. 76. 1 

Edw. I. 8. 
, Order concerning, on complaint of boarding and carrying away 

goods from a ship in port of. Pat. Rolls, 8 Edw. II. pt. i 

214 
, Commission on complaint respecting the taking of a ship 

laden with goods at port of. 76. 8 Edw. II. pt. ii. 26, 

lid., lOd. 

, An armament collected at, 1337. R.P. ii. 96. 

, Note as to the King leaving the manor of Walton near the port 

of, where a great fleet of ships were assembled. Close Rolls, 12 

Edw. III. pt. ii. 2ld. 
, Revocation of grant of a murage to Harwich on ground that 

port of, belonged to Ipswich. Pat. Rolls, 12 Edw. III. pt. ii. 16 ; 

14 Edw. III. pt. ii. 34rf. 
, Fleet of ships to assemble at port of. 76. 15 Edw. III. pt. ii. 

30. 16 Edw. III. pt. ii. 42d. 
, Appointmt. to enquire into evildoers entering a ship at port of. 

76. 9 Rich. II. pt. i. 28d. 

, Intended invasion at. 76. 10 Rich. II. pt. i. 29. 

, Appointmt. of John Mortymer to be searcher of port. 76. 

11 Rich. II. pt. i. 29d 
, People on coast between, and Berwick pray a repeal of 2 Hen. VII. 

as to high Treason, 1415. R.P. iv. 68. 



Odey. 265 

, Letter to Bailiff of port of, 1453. . P. and 0. of P.O. vi. 

152. 

, Ships at. S.P., 25 Hen. VIII. 1380, 1679. 

, Fortification to be made at, 1539. S.P. 655. 

, Commission for repression of piracy in, 1565. Acts of P.O. 

289. 
, Touch, compositions for purchase of lands of Hy. and Ant. 

Bedingfield, Abraham Webbe and Jas. Leigh of, 1650-51. S.P., 

Cal. of Com. p. 395. 
, Margt. Catchpole adventuress, born 1773 at the Seven Hills 

near the. D.N.B. ix. 278. 

ORWELL PARK. Arch. x. 358. Views of, Ipswich 1834, 8vo. Collec- 
tion of Pictures at. B.A.A. xxi. 273. Pretyman family of. Burke 

L.G. 1297. 
ORWELL (The). " An Account of the River Orwell or Orewell in Suff. 

and of the Town and Harbour of that name," by Myers. Arch. 

1792, p. 350. " The Orwell," a descriptive poem, by J. Cordingley. 

Ipswich 1837, 8vo. 
ORWELL, ORFORD, DTTNWICH and YARMOUTH. The King commits 

the custody of, to his mariner Richard Aguillus, during pleasure. 

Pat. Rolls, 8 Hen. III. m. 3. 9 Hen. III. m. 9. 
OSBERNES MANOR v. sub Dennington. 
OSBORNE (D. of Leeds) of Carlton and of Kirkley. Pedigrees. Add. 

19143 of Wattisfield. Pedigree. Ib. Pedigree and Arms. 

Harl. 1449, 1560, 1820. 
OSBORNE (Thomas) of Orford. Letter of, to Anthony Mingay 29 

Feb. 1631-2. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 138. 
OSMONDES MANOR v. sub Rendlesham Manor, &c. 
OSWEN (John). An Exhortation to the Sycke. Ipswich 1548. 
OSYTH (St.) Q. of East Anglia. Painting of. B.A.A. xvi. 347. 

Account of her signum. 76. xxiii. 328. 
OTLEY (Otele, Otelega, Oteleia, Oteleye, Otheleye, Othley," Othleye* 

Ottele, Ottelee, Otteley, Otteleye, Ottilleighe, Ottley). 

, Steelyard weight from. P.S.A., 2nd ser. xv. 247. 

. Lands of Roger de Poictou. Andrew holds the lands which 

Edwold a freeman under Harold and his wife held in K.E.'s time, 

2 carucates as a manor. 3a. meadow. Dom. 347. 
. Land of Roger de Rheims. 4a. This Milo de Belefol holds. 

Dom. 4236. 
. Lands of Walter the Deacon. In demesne 6a. Dom. 4276. 



266 OOey. 

. Lands of Humphrey the Chamberlain. Lefleda a free woman 

held 1 carucate and . 2a. of meadow. William Malet was seised 
on the day of his death, and afterwards Robert. And Lustwin in 
K.E.'s time held a carucate as a manor. 2a. of meadow. 16J 
freemen held 69a. 1 Church benefice with 20a. Of this William 
Malet was seised on the day of his death and Robert afterwards. 
And Hamond holds it. Brithwold a freeman held 30a. and la. of 
meadow. 6 freemen held 27 a. Dom. 433. 

. Also (under Bosmere Hund.). 3 virgates in demesne, and a 

freeman Listeva la. Dom. 4336. 

, Grant in frankalmoin by to the nuns of Wikes of land in, 

with the grantor's sister Agnes, 12th cent. A. 6227. 

, Thomas de Oteley held a knight's fee in. T. de N. 283. 

, Arnald de Oteleye held one knight's fee of the Honor of Lancaster 

in. T. de N. 291. 

, Grants, etc., in late 13 cent. Add. Ch. 10176 : 1283. Add. 

Ch. 10181 : 1296. Add. Ch. 10297 : 1300. Add. Ch. 10188 : 
1301. Add. Ch. 10268 : 1304. Add. Ch. 10189 : 1309. Add. 
Ch. 10302: 1322. Add. Ch. 10190 : 1323. Add. Ch. 10191, 
10192: 1330. Add. Ch. 9937 : 1331. Add. Ch. 9942: 
1332. Add. Ch. 10305 : 1334. Add. Ch. 10306 : 1335. Add. 
Ch. 10194: 1347. Add. Ch. 10278 : 1356. Add. Ch. 10009: 
1359. Add. Ch. 10198 : 1361. Add. Ch. 10199 : 1363. Add. 
Ch. 10200: 1394. Add. Ch. 8381 : 1440. Add. Ch. 10205: 
1452. Add. Ch. 19339 : 1476. Add. Ch. 10074 : 1539. Harl. 
48 D. 33: 1577. Add. Ch. 10233, 19376 : 1599. Add. Ch. 
10241. 

, Land in, Rich, de Clare E. of Gloucester. I.P.M., 47 Hen. III. 34. 

, Robert Neue and Stephen de Cosemere of, mentioned. Close 

Rolls, 5 Edw. 1. 13rf. 

, Philip le Tailur v. Thomas de Hastenge, parson of the church of 

Otley and others, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 5 Edw. I. 20d. 

, Free warren in, Peter de Denardeston. Chart. Rolls, 5 Edw. II. 2. 

, Land in, Paganus de Tibtoft and Agnes his wife. I.P.M., 8 

Edw. II. 48. 
, Land in, Gilbert de Clare E. of Gloucester. Ib. 8 Edw. II. 68. 

, Free warren in, Rad. de Bockinge. Chart. Rolls, 12 

Edw. III. 16. 

, Release of rents in Helmingham, due to Mounseux manor in, 

1441. Add. Ch. 10206. 



Otley. 267 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. John Reve 

fol. 165. 1458-1477. Thomas Goodwin fol. 259. Ed. Ingall fol. 150. 
, Pardon and release to Robt. Talmage of. S.P., 4 Hen. VIII. 

3851 ; 5 Hen. VIII. 4705. 
, Grant to Cardinal Wolsey of all messuages, lands, &c., in, in 

King's hands, 1528. S.P., 20 Hen. VIII. 4473. 
, Power from the Corporation of Ipswich to take seisin in, 1599. 

Add. Ch. 10241. 
, Rob. Gosnold of, compounds for delinquency, 1646. S.P., 

Cal. of Comp. 1467. 1647. Com. for money advance 809. 

, Col. Gosnall of, sent prisoner to Lynn, 1655. S.P. 368. 
, Certificate of the loyalty and orthodoxy of Lyonell Gosnold of, 

1692. Tanner cccv. 85. 
. Conveyance of Glebe land upon Trust for the erection of a 



parochial school. Trust Deed. 1838, 176, 20. 
, Declaration of trust respecting Particular Baptist Chapel at. 

1862, 126, 6. 
. School Board formed compulsorily 25 Nov. 1873. L.G. 5326 ; 

Bye- laws 11 Aug. 1874. L.G. 3982. 

, Marriage licence granted to Bapt. Chapel at, 1891. L.G. 1687. 

OTLEY v. sub Heimingham, &c., Iken, &c., Preston, &c. 

OTLEY MANOR. Extracts from Court Rolls of (1483, 1553). Add. 

Ch. 10219, 10227. 
, The King committed, to Stephen de Spinets and Instoto Guidon 

during minority of Henry de Hasting. Fine Rolls, 35 Hen. III. 

251, 17. 
, Rich, de Oteleye held of the King in chief by one fee of the 

Honor of Lancaster. H.R. ij. 188. 

. Extent. Thomas de Offeleye. I.P.M., 25 Edw. I. 38. 

. Extent of Honor of Gloucester. Extent. John de Hastynges 

Lord de Bergeveny. Ib. 18 Edw. II. 83. 
, Order to deliver to Thomas le Blount and Juliana his- wife late 

wife of John de Hastynges in dower. Close Rolls, 19 Edw. II. 29. 
. John, son of William de Clynton. I.P.M., 24 Edw. III. 80. 

. William de Clynton E. of Huntingdon. Ib. 28 Edw. III. 59. 
, As of Honor of Gloucester. Juliana Countess Huntyngdon. 

Ib. 41 Edw. III. 34. 

. John de Hastynges E. of Pembroke. Ib. 49 Edw. III. pt. i. 70. 

. As of Honor of Gloucester. Philipa wife of John son of John 

de Hastynges late Earl of Pembroke. 76. 2 Hen. IV. 54. 



268 Otley. 

, Netherhall in, Robert Gosnold v. Stephen Lowdham and Thomas 

Lowdham his son. Claim of exemption from tolls. Duchy of 

Lancaster. Cal. of Pleadings. 6 Edw. VI. 6. 

, Customs and demesne of. S.P., 17 Hen. VIII. 1834 (2). 
, Plaintiff (lord of manor) claims " treasure silver, &c.," found in 

house there. Henry Lord Aburgaveny v. John Arminger and other. 

16 Chas. I. at Wickham Market. Exch. dep. 
OTLEY MANOR v. sub Lidgate Manor, &c., Reydon Manor, &c. 
OTLEY MANOR and CHURCH. As of Honor of Clare. Ric. Earl of 

Arundell and Philippa his wife. I.P.M., 21 Ric. II. 2. 
. Extent. Joan wife of Sir Wm. de Bello Campo one 

of sisters and heirs of Thos. Earl of Arundell. Ib. 14 Hen. VI. 

35. 

. Fees. Sir Edward Nevill. Ib. 16 Edw. IV. 66. 

OTLEY CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19086. John Cawston rector 

of. N. and Q., 2nd ser. iv. 471. Plate. S.I. ix. 166. 
. Persona. Dom. Rob. de Cleydon, 1315. Harl. 48 C. 23 : 

1322. Add. Ch. 10190, 10192 : 1327. Add. Ch. 10304 : 1415. 

Ric. Deneys. Campb. i. 27 : 1440. Will. Arderne. Add. Ch. 

10205 : 1441. Add. Ch. 10206 : 1442. Add. Ch. 10062. 

. John de Hastynges. I.P.M., 18 Edw. II. 83. 

, Order to deliver to Thomas le Blount and Juliana his wife 

late wife of John de Hastynges in dower. Close Rolls/19 Edw. II. 

18. 
, Presentation of Ralph Chyvaler to, being in King's gift by reason 

of custody of heir of John de Hasting tenant in chief. Pat. Rolls, 

2 Edw. III. pt. i. 14. 
, Revocation of presentation of John Sprot to, as advowsonwas 

assigned to Thomas le Blount and Juliana his wife formerly wife of 

John de Hastyng as of her dower. Ib. 12. 
. John de Hastynges E. of Pembroke. I.P.M., 49 Edw. III. 

pt. i. 70. 
, Presentation of John atte Watre to, on exchange with John 

Arkilby. Pat. Rolls, 12 Rich. II. pt. i. 18, 17. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 256, 280. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released, 26 Aug. 

1879. L.G. 5216. 
OTLEY BOTTOM. Repairing road from Hemingston to, 3 Will. IV. c. 

10 ; 38 and 39 Viet. c. 104. 
OTLEY BOTTOM v. sub Debenhain, Helmingham, Ipswich. 



Oulton. 269 

OTLEY and CLOPTON. Action by Leonard Pereson against Robert 

Morse as to copyhold and customary lands in Otley and Netherhall 

in Otley and Kingeshall in Clopton purchased by pltf. of deft, as 

son and heir of Edward Morse dec. it being alleged that custom of 

manor was that land should descend to youngest son. C.P. ii. 

322. 
OTLEY and CRETESTGHAM. Roger Edgar v. Hugh Fitz-Hugh and others, 

touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 4 Edw. I. 17. 
OTLEY, HELHYXGHAM, ASHE and CRETYNGHAM. 1 fee a fee and 4th 

part of a fee per heirs of H. Hasting. Rog. de Mortuo Mari, Earl of 

March. I.P.M., 22 Rich. I. 34. 
OTLEY, PRESTON and CLEYTON. The heirs of Thomas of Otheleye held 

of Edmund E. of Lancaster. Ib. 25 Edw. I. 51. 
OTLEY. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 
OTTER hunting in Suffolk. E.C.C. 176. 
OUCHELEY v. sub Stoven, &c. 
OUERERYKYNGHAUE v. Rickinghall. 

OULTON (Alton, Oldton, Oleton, Olton, Ouldton, Oulston). 
OTJLTON (?) (Ultuna) in Stow Hundred. Lands of Hugh de Mont fort. 

In demesne 3 freemen under Goodmund held half a carucate and 

13a. and 4a. of meadow. And 1 mill, but the Earl of Moretaine 

claims half. Dora. 409. 
, Benedict Faber held of the King in chief a gersumary socage 

in, and one Thomas de Eston held by descent 1 messuage 18 acres. 

H.R. ii. 164. 
, Elymer son of Shirit held of the King in chief a gersumary socage 

in, and one Rich. Maynard held by descent 1 mess, and 10 acres and 

others held the residue of the said Rich. Maynard and Rich. Eylmer. 

Ib. 
, Benedict de Alton held of the King in chief a gersumary socage 

in, and one Henry Beneyt held by descent 1J with 1 mess, and 

others held the residue of the said Henry. Ib. 
, William del Uverhus held of the King in chief a gersumary 

socage in, and one Adam de Uverhus held by descent 1 mess. 9a. 

and others held the residue of the said Adam. H.R. ii. 164. 
, Hardwin son of Brichric held of the King in chief a gersumary 

socage in, and one Rich, son of Ralph held by descent 1 messuage 

4 acres, John son of Thomas 4 acres, Richard Cholle 2 acres, Ralph 

Cholle and Adam his brother 4a. and others held the residue of 

the said Richard Cholle. Ib. 



-, 



270 Oulton. 

, Suneman del Fen held of the King in chief a gersumary socage 

in, and Henry del Fen held by descent 1 mess. 6 acres, the Prior of 

Bromholm held 7 acres of the sd. Henry and others held the residue 

of the said Henry. H.R. ii. 164. 
, Roger de Colevile v. Thomas de Eston touch, a tenement in. 

Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. 6. 
, Robert Elwald of Oultoa v. Richard Maynard and others, touch. 

common of pasture in. Ib. 3 Edw. I. 28. 
, Roger de Colevill v. Thomas de Eston touch, a tenement in. 

76. 3 Edw. I. 29d. 
, Richard Maynard, Henry Benet, Henry del Fen, Adam de 

Houerhous, William de Blundeston, Alexander Aleman, and Roger 

de Colevill v. Robert Elwald, touch, common of pasture in. Ib. 4 

Edw. I. 13d. 
, 2 fees in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norfolk and Alicia his wife. 

I.P.M., 35 Edw. I. 46. 
, Land in, Adam Bacon for Priory of Herringileet. I.Q.D., 6 

Edw. II. 116. 

, 32s. rent in, John de Holebroke. I.P.M., 10 Edw. II. 77. 

, Land in, Edmund Bacoun. Ib. 30 Edw. III. 42. 

, Grant by Thos. de Dool to Will. Edrich of land in, 5 Rich. II. 

Bodl. Sufi. Ch. 1011. 
, Grant by Robt. Balgrave to Walter Elton, and others, of ' Olton 

zaedowe ' in, 7 Hen. VI. Ib. 1013. 
, Grant by John Aleys and John Oldeyng to John Seynt John, 

Robt. his brother and others, of land in, 23 Hen. VI. Ib. 1012. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Thomas 

Ederighte fol. 200. 1458-1477. Richard Belson fol. 66. William 

Belson fol. 203. Alice Carter fol. 193. John Matthew fol. 181. 

Isabel Puttocke fol. 200. 
, Messuage called ' Rowys ' lands, Saltmeadow, &c., in, Simon 

Sampson v. Wm. Bedyngfeld. E.C.P., 35-38 Hen. VI. 26, 608. 

, William Shipman of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 6 Edw. IV. pt. i. 17. 

, Grant by John Fuston, son and heir of Rich. Fuston of land in, 

10 Hen. VII. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1015. 
, Grant by Will. Herman to Nicholas Huson, Robt. Jetour and 

others of land in, 15 Hen. VII. Ib. 1016. 
, Grant by Rich. Berych and others to Will. Jetor and others of 

a messuage in, and land called ' Piswellesacre,' &c., 19 Hen. VII. 

76.7. 



Oulton. 271 

. Court of Wards and Liveries. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. p. 86. 

, John Harvy of, mentioned, 1530. S.P. 6490 (20). 

, Wm. Stevens of, mentioned, 1536. S.P. 1257, ii. 

, Inquis. p.m. of John Harvy of, 34-35 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. 

App. ii. p. 128. 
, Assault on pltf.'s tenants and cutting of reeds and grass in Fresh 

Marsh, Hoberte v. Wade. Star C.P., P. and M., Bundle 3, 9. 

, Grant by Humphrey Yermouth to Humphrey Brewster of land 

in, 3 and 4 Ph. and Mar. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1018. 

, Lease in, 1567. Add. Ch. 1386. 
, Action by Sir Peregrine Bertie, Lord Willoughby (1598) against 

Simon Smythe and Margaret his wife as to lands in, demised by 

pltf.'s in mortgage to William Roberts dec. father of deft. Margaret. 

C.P. iii. 252. 
. John Throckmerton v. Joan Smythe wid. C.P., ser. ii. B. 

clxxvii. 41. 
f Warrant for Hen. Watts, minister of, 1650. S.P. 557. 



, Will of Wm. Woolhouse of, and dispositions of estate by Ha ward, 

&c. Nicholas Egar and other v. Danl. Harper, 1704 at Bungay. 

Exch. dep. 
, Inclosure of commons (priv.), 41 Geo. III. c. 62-44 Geo. III. 

1804. Common Pleas. D.K.R. 27 App. p. 20. 
, Land, &c., at, for United Methodist Free Church. Trust Deed. 

1865, 59, 13. 

. School Board formed 10 Sept. 1875. L.G. 4451 ; Bye-laws 30 

May 1879. L.G. 3679. 
. Dissolution of Total Abstainers' Friendly Society, 1900. L.G. 

2859. 
OTJLTON v. sub Barsham, Blundeston, &c., Burgh St. Peter, &c., Carlton 

Colville, &c., Felixstowe, &c., Hopton, &c., Somerleyton, &c. 
OULTON MANOR. Market and fair, Adam and Edmund Bacun. Chart. 

Rolls, 35 Edw. I. 52. 

. Margeria wife of Edmund Bacoun. I.P.M., 23 Edw. III. 23. 

. Adam Bacun. 76. 24 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 2. 

. Margery wife of Edmund Bacoun. I.P.M., 27 Edw. III. 

28. 
, The King granted to Joan wife of John de Moleyns the custody 

of during minority of heirs. 0., 31 Edw. III. 7. 
. Wm. Molyns and Margery his wife. I. P.M., 4 Rich. 

II. 38. 



272 Oution. 

. Sir Walter Hobart d. 27 Nov. 1538 and Henry son and 

heir. Ib. 33 Hen. VIII. 81. 

, Warrant to Richard Bery steward of, to collect rents, 1598. 

Eger. 2713. 

, Action by James Hobarte against William Sydnor to recover 

rent of a moiety of marsh called Gorleston Marsh held of. C.P. ii. 
11,55. 

OTTLTON CHURCH. T. de N. 285. Sketches of, with notes by Kerrich. 
Add. 6755. Registers (begin 1723). N. and Q., 7th ser. x. 502. 
Monuments in. Add. 19098. Inscriptions. Add. 18478. 
Sepulchral brasses of Adam de Bacon rector of. (c. 1310) of 
John Fastolff and wife. (1478), &c. Add. 32484, 32489, 32490. 
Plate. S.I. ix. 44. 

, Advowson. Margeria wife of Edmund Bacoun. I.P.M., 23 

Edw. III. 23. 

Advowson of, Adam Bacun. Ib. 24 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 2. 

, Richard de Sekyndon parson of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 8 

Rich. II. pt. ii. 25. 

, Presentation of Richard de Sekyndon parson of, to Kynges- 

neuthon on exchange with Robert de Sekyndon. Ib. 15 Rich. II. 
pt. i. 36. 

. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 1687. 

OULTOK CHURCH v. sub Oulton, &c. 

OULTON DYKE v. sub Beccles Navigation. 

OTTLTON and BLY-FORD. Action by James Hobarte sen. against 
Henry Hobarte and Edw. Duke to quiet possession of pltf. for life 
in the manors of, and divers lands in, late the inheritance of Henry 
Hobarte, pltf.'s father. C.P. i. 396. 

OULTON, CARLETON, LOWYSTOFT and FLIXTON. Licence for Edmund 
Bacoun to enfeoff Thomas de Bradewell and Robert de Jerne- 
mutha the younger of, 4 messuages 2 mills 200 acres of land 10 acres 
of meadow 20 acres of pasture 60 acres of marsh and 100s. rent in , 
with the advowson of the Ch. of Olton held in chief and for them to 
regrant to Edmund, Margery his wife and the heirs of the body of 
Edmund with remainder to Sir Robert Bacoun and Sir John Bacoun 
successively in fee tail. Pat. Rolls, 8 Edw. III. pt. i. 4. 

OULTON, FLIXTON, LOWESTOFT and BECCLES. Grant by Thos. Edrych 
of Olton to John Gernegen and others of lands in, t. Hen. VI. Bodl. 
Suff. Ch. 1014. 




Ousden. 273 

OTJLTON and HOUTON. Joice de Houton held of the King in chief 1 

fee in free socage in, and one Robert de Houton and Margaret his 

mother held 100 acres of land 100 of pasture and others held the 

residue of the said Robert. H.R. ii. 164, 184. 
OCSDEN (Houesden, Omersden, Omsden, Onesden, Onisdone, Onnes- 

den, Onysden, Ouesdene, Ouisden, Ouysden, Ouysdene, Ovesden, 

Ovesdene, Ovesdon, Ovisden, Ovisdene, Owesden, Owsden, 

Uuesdana). Antiquities found at. S.I. i. 24, 345. 
. Lands of Earl Eustace. Leuric the thane held 6 carucates as a 

manor in K.E.'s time. 6Ja. meadow. A church with 30a. Dom. 303. 
. Land of Stanard son of Alvey. Wisgar held 30a. in K.E.'s 

time. 2a. meadow. Dom. 4456. 
, Humphry de Criketot held one knight's fee in, of the Honor of 

Boulogne, 1211-12. Red Book of the Exchequer, 150d. 
, Order in action between William de Criketot and Giles de Merc 

as to 100 acres in. Pat. Rolls, 9 Hen. III. 2d. 

. Extent. William de Criketott. I.P.M., 53 Hen. III. 17. 

, Alexander de Criketot v- Humphrey de Criketot and others, 

touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 7 Edw. I. 17. 
. William son of Win. de Criketot and Maria his wife. I.P.M., 

35 Edw. I. 133. 
, Grants, &c., in, 1302. Harl. 48 I. 43. 1319. Harl. 48 C. 47. 

1360. Harl. 48 C. 52. 
, Licence to John abbot of St. Osith mon. to alienate all manors, &c., 

in, 1538. S.P. ii. 249 (1). 

. Muster. Names of 5 able men, 1539. S.P. 652, M. 21. 

, Certificate that Rich. Moosley of, had been resident at, for 15 

years, and was charged with lance, corslet and musket, which were 

arms proportioned to his estate, 1625. S.P., Chas. I. 181. 
, Licence to Jonathan Gefferod for House of Thos. Mosley in, 

Presbyterian, 1672. S.P. 298. 
, Gift of 10 a year towards support of a charity school in. Trust 

Deed. 17 Geo. II. 15, 6. 
, Geo. Frost, landscape painter, son of a builder at, born 1754. 

D.N.B. xx. 285. 
, Act for dividing lands in. (Local and pers. not pr.) 52 Geo. III. 

C. 35. 
. Included in the Wickhambrook Highway District 20 March 

1863. L.G. 1616. 

. Chapel registered for marriages 1874. L.G. 3316, 

s 



274 Ousden. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1711. 

OUSDEN v. sub Dalham, &c. 

OUSDEN MANOR. Transcript of various old deeds relating to, borrowed 
from Richard Mosle Lord of the Manor. Harl. 639 Bodl. 
4180. 

, William de Criketot held of the King in chief as of the Honor 

of Boulogne. H.R. ii. 151, 171. 

. Market and fair. William de Criketot. Chart. Rolls, 37 and 38 

Hen. III. pt. ii. 3, 18. 

. Extent. William de Cryketot. I.P.M., 27 Edw. I. 47. 

, Licence for William, son of William de Criketot and Mary late 

wife of William de Criketot to enfeoff Walter parson of Ch. of Oues- 
den, and Robert de Asshefeld chaplain of, held in chief as of the 
honor of Bononia and for the feoffees to regrant it to said Mary 
for life with remainder to said William and Joan his wife and their 
issue. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. II. pt. i. 6. I.Q.D., 1 Edw. II. 106. 

, Fine of, 1308. Harl. 57 E. 3. 

. William de Criketot and Joan his wife. I.P.M., 3 Edw. II. 

52. 

, Order to deliver, to Joan wife of William de Criketot, same 

having been granted by Walter parson of Ch. of Ouesden and Robert 
de Asshefeld to Mary late wife of William de Criketot for life with 
remainder to William son of William de Criketot and to the sd. Joan 
his wife and their heirs. Manor held of the King in chief as of the 
honour of Boulogne. Close Rolls, 3 Edw. II. 10. 

. Called le Newhall. Extent. Thomas Fitz Eustace. Ib. 

35 Edw. III. 84. 

. John Fitz-Eustace. Ib. 43 Edw. III. pt. i. 41. 

, The King committed to Cristine who was wife of John son of 

Eustace the custody of two portions of. 0., 43 Edw. III. 25. 

, Remission in favour of Sir William Berland of a rent payable 

by Christiana now his wife formerly wife of John Fitz Eustace for 
custody granted her by the late King of 2/3rds of. Pat. Rolls, 8 
Rich. II. pt. ii. 41. 

. Sir William Waldgrave d. 30 Jan. 1527 and George son and 

heir. I.P.M., 19 Hen. VIII. 44. 

. Sir George Waldgrave d. 8 July 1528 and William son and 

heir. Ib. 20 Hen. VIII. 18. 

. Sir William Waldgrave d. 7 Nov. 1554 and William son and 

heir. Ib. 1 and 2 P. and M. 92. 



Overall. 275 

, Claim by executors of Thos. Lancaster against Thomas Barker 

as to lease of, demised to Thos. by Sir W. Waldegrave owner of the 

fee. C.P. ii. 164. 

OUSDEN MANOR v. sub Ashfield, &c., Ashfield Gt. and Lit., &c. 
OUSDEN MANOR and CHURCH. Extent as of Honor of Boulogne. Ric. 

Waldegrave. I.P.M., 13 Hen. VI. 27 ; Joan Waldegrave wid. 

Ib. 21 Edw. IV. 53. 
OUSDEN CHURCH. Portrait of the Rev. J. Meadows rector of. A.J. 

xxvii. 137. Monuments in. Add. 19102, 19103. Plate. S.I. 

ix. 296. 

. Persona. Walterus 1308. Harl. 57 E. 3. 

, Simon parson of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 10 Edw. III. pt. i. 33. 

, Presentation of Roger Wrighte parson of, to Ch. of Blakenham 

on exchange with Simon Farwelle. Ib. 2 Hen. IV. pt. ii. 44. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. 

L.G. 859. 

OUSDEN CH. v. sub Ashfield, &c., Ashfield Gt. and Little, &c. 
OUSDEN and NEWHALL MANORS. Power to take seisin of, with 

advowson, 1410. Harl. 57 D. 34. 
OUSTERLONG (James) and RICHARD GURNARD. Grant to, of lands in 

Suff. 18 Jac. I. 4 Pars 0. Rot. 192. 
OUTHALL, OUTEHALE, OUTHALE. 4 fees in, Wm. de Ufford, Earl of 

Suff. and Joan his wife. I. P.M., 5 Rich. II. 57 ; John duke of 

Norf. Ib. 11 Hen. VI. 43. 

, Fees in, John duke of Norf. Ib. 19 Edw. IV. 73. 

OUTHALL v. sub Saxmundham, &c. 

OUTHALL MANOR and advowson of Church. Edm. son and heir of 

Walter Soterley. I.P.M., 1 Hen. V. 42. 
OUTLAWS IN SUFFOLK. Commission to enquire touching, who 

assemble armed and lie in wait for John de Tudenham late 

sheriff of that county and his bailiffs to kill and maim them. Pat. 

Rolls, 8 Rich. II. pt. ii. 33d. 
OUTLAWRY (Pardons of). Richard Felawe of Ipswich v. Robert 

Thomson ; John Audeley, chaplain v. John Pycard, 1484-5. D.K.R. 

9. App. ii. p. 89. 
OVERALL (John) Bp. of Norwich b. at Hadleigh 1559-60 d. 1619. 

Works : Proelectio cum Regii Professoris munus peteret post 

Dominum Doctorem Whitakerum MS. Univ. Libr. Camb. Dd. 3. 

85 art. 5, Gg. 1, 29 f. 69-73a. Harl. 750, 10, 12. Qucestiones pro- 

positse in publicis comitiis quando Theologicce Doctor effectus est.; 



276 Overall. 

MS. 76. Gg. 1, 29, f. 57-63. Harl. 750 art. 11. Qucestio, utrium 
animoe Patrum ante Christum defunctorum fuerint in Ccelo ? MS. 
76. Gg. 1, 29 f. 16-37. Printed in Ricardi Montacutii Apparatus 
ad origines Ecclesiasticas. Oxf. 1635 fol. An explanation of 
Baptism and the Lord's Supper added to the Church Catechism. 
Orationes MS. Univ. Lib. Camb. Gg. 1, 29 f. 87-107a. Prcesentatio 
Prolocutoris D.D. Ravis in Convocatione Londini habita Mar. 23 
1603. MS. Univ. Lib. Camb. Gg. 1, 29 f. 826-83. Harl. 3142. 
art.4. Oratio in Synodo Londini habita 1605 post conjurationem 
pulverariam. MS. Univ. Lib. Camb. Gg. 1, 29 f. 84-86. Qucestio 
Nihil impedit quominus anima Christi in triduo mortis tarn ad 
coatum damnatorum quam beatorum abierit. MS. Univ. Libr. 
Camb. Gg. 1, 29 f. 38. Quoestio : Mahometan! sive Turcam et 
Papam Romanum simul constituere Anti-Christum est verisimile. 
MS. Univ. Libr. Camb. Gg. 1, 29 f. 39-42a. Qucestiones duce 
MS. Univ. Libr. Camb. Gg. 1, 29 f. 42a-56. De Justitia inhcerente. 
MS. 76. Gg. 1, 29 f. 64a. An vera fides sit in dcemonibus et malis 
hominibus. MS. 76. Gg. 1, 29 f. 64b-65a. De lapsu Adami. MS. 
76. Gg. 1, 29 f. 656. An aliqui prcedistinari sunt ad interitum. MS. 
76. Gg. 1, 29 f. 66. Non licet ministro Verbi se abdicare ininisterio. 
MS. 76. Gg. 1, 29 f. 74. Christus pariter prcesens in Sacramentis 
veteribus atque novis. In hexameters. MS. 76. Gg. 1, 29 f. 736. 
Dedication to James I. of the collected works of Bp. Jewel. Lond. 
1609-11. fol. Sententioe ecclesice Anglicanoe de prcedestinatione 
Kcu TOIS 'exo'/xevois. MS. 76. Gg. 1, 29 f. 123-126. Printed 
in Articuli Lambethani. Lond. 1651, Svo. subjoined to Ellis's 
Ed. of the Thirty-nine articles. The Convocation Book, 1606. 
MS. in the Episcopal Library at Durham, printed Lond. 1690, 4to. 
Letters in Latin to Hugh Grotius, &c. On a middle state. Printed 
in Campbell's Doctrine of a middle State. Lond. 1721 fol. He 
also assisted Mason in his work on English Ordinations, 1613 foli 
Pigot's Hadleigh. Lowestoft, 1860, 8vo. p. 118. 

OVERBURYHALL MANOR v. Leyham. 

OVERHALL. Land in, Maria wife of Thomas de Brother ton E. of Norf. 
I.P.M., 36 Edw. III. pt. ii. 9. 

Note. It is not possible to determine which Overhalls of the several 
in Suffolk these entries refer to. 

OVERHALL MANOR. Mentioned. Arch. xi. 54. 

, Claim by Crown on Robert Downes Jfor forfeiture of, 9 Eliz. 

M. Pas. Rec. Rot "77. 



Oxland. 277 

. The like on John Freston, 20 Eliz. M. Hil. Rec. Rot. 20. 

OVERHALL MANOR v. sub Cavendish, Helmingham, Lavenham, 

Lavenham Manor, Lavenham Manor, &c., Leyham Manor, Posling- 

ford, Stanstead, Stratford. 
, Grant of, by Edw. III. to Anne wife of Sir Wiliam Bourgchier, 

and sister to Q. Elizabeth the King's wife, 1479. Cotton. Titus. 

c. x. 1. 
OVERHALL in Bures St. Mary's. Ministers' accounts of, 33 to 44 Hen. VI. 

Bundle 1003, No. 22. 
OVERHALL MANOR in Bures St. Mary v. sub Bures St. Mary, Walding- 

field. 
OVERHALL MANOR in Cavendish v. sub Cavendish, Cavendish Manor, 

Cavendish (Thomas). 
OVERHALL and NETHERHALL MANORS. Wm. Cardinall v. . 

C.P., ser. ii. B. xli. 21. 

OVERHALL and NETHERHALL v. sub Aldham Manor. 
OVERTEY MANOR. Sir Phil, le Despenser. I.P.M., 2 Hen. VI. 31. 

. Margt. wife of Rog. Wentworth. Ib. 18 Edw. IV. 35. 

OWEN. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 

OWLE. Pedigree. Harl. 891 ; 1449, 1560. 

OWSDEN al. Ovisden al. Owesden v. Ousden. 

OXA v. Hoxne. 

OXENEYE by BAWDSEY. Commission touch, persons who entered a 

ship at, and carried away goods to value of 415. 6. 9 and afterwards 

discharged the vessel. Pat. Rolls, 30 Edw. I. 3 Id. 
OXENHALE. Reeve and Bailiff's accounts in, 12 Rich. II.-5 Hen. V. 

Ministers' accounts. Bundle 1003, No. 5-9. 
OXFORD (Earls of) family. Genealogy of. MS. in Trinity Coll. Dubl. 

6 Rep. Hist. Com. 596. Knights' fees holden of, as of their honors 

of Hedingham and Stansted-Mountfychet in Essex and in Herts. 

Camb. Suffolk and Norf. Add. 5937. Anna Countess of Oxford to 

shew title to lands in Suffolk, 31 Hen. VIII. M. Hil. Rec. Rot. 

49. Grant of lands in Suffolk to John Vere E. of Oxford, 28 Hen. 

VIII. 0. Rot. 4. 36 Hen. VIII. 9 Pars 0. Rot. 7. Petition of 

Aubrey de Vere E. of Oxford as to office of Great Chamberlain of 

England, 21 Dec. 1660. 7th Rep. Hist. Com. 139. Office also 

claimed by Thomas Lord Windsor. Ib. 
OXLAND (?) (OXELANDA) in Colneis Hund. Lands of Roger Bigot. 

5 freemen, Blackman, Osbert, Wihtric, Goodrich and Brihnoth 

held 42a. and Ja. meadow. Dom. 343. 



278 Oxwyck. 

OXWYCK. Pedigree. Add. 19143. 

PACEY. Pedigree. Add. 19144. 

PACEY (Samuel). Bills 7 and 10 Ann as to account of, in Suffolk. 

H.L. xviii. 672, 674, 677, 681, 724, xix. 409, 410, 414, 417, 456. 
PACHENHAM al. Packenham v. Pakenham. 
PACHETON (? Pachetuna) in Bosmere Hund. Lands of the Bp. of 

Bayeux. 3 freemen under K.E. held 24a. la. meadow, and 1 

freeman under K.E. and freeman held 5|a. Dom. 375. 
PACK and PACKARD, PADDESLEY and PADDON. Pedigrees. Add, 

19144. 

PAGAFELLA al. Pagefeld al. Paggefella v. Pakefield. 
PAGE of Framlingham, of Ipswich, and of Woodbridge. Pedigrees. 

Add. 19144. 
, Lease of lands in Suffolk to William Page, 33 Eliz. 4 Pars 0. 

Rot. 85. Ditto to Margaret Page, 39 Eliz. 1 Pars 0. Rot. 176. 

Action Wm. Browne v. John Page clerk and Edward Page 

touch, legacy under Will of William Page. C.P., ser. ii. B. xxiii. 

79. 
PAGE'S SUPPLEMENT to Suffolk Traveller. Ipswich, 1843, 8vo. History 

of Suffolk. Ipswich 1847, 8t. E.A. (N.S.) iv. 49, 53. 
PAGENHAM. Pedigree. Harl. 1449 ; Arms. Add. 5524. 
PAINE. Pedigree. Add. 5524. 
PAINETITNA' v. Peyton. 
PAKE. Pedigree. Add. 19144. 
PAKEFIELD (Pagafella, Pagefeld, Paggefeld, Paggefella, Paggefeud r 

Pakefeld, Pakelefeld, Pakfeld). 
, Field names in. E.A. v. 220. Barrow at Bloodmore HilL nr, 

(1758). Arch, xxxii. 65. 

. Lands of King. 6 freemen with 30a. Dom. 283. 

. Lands of Earl Hugh. A freeman held 16 acres. And half a 

Church with 16a. and a half. Dom. 302&. 
, Rodenhall (partly in Kessingland and partly in). Lands of Earl 

Hugh held by Hugh son of Norman. A freeman held 30a. as a 

manor. Dom. 302. 
. Lands of Hugh de Montfort. A freeman Aslac held 40a. as a 

manor. Dom. 4376. 
, Free warren in, Alan de Wymundhale. Chart. Rolls, 55 Hen. 

m. 10. 

, John Ingelthere and Matilda his wife v. William Sonecrist ( ?), &c. 

touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 2d. 



Pakefield. 279 

, Adam son of Thomas de Rotheynhal v. Christiana, late wife of 

Thomas de Rothynhal and others, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 4 

Edw. I. 7. 
, The said Adam v. John son of Thomas de Rothenhal and others, 

touch, a tenement in. Ib. 4 Edw. I. I2d. 

, John Peresman of, mentioned. Ib. 7 Edw. II. pt. ii. 4d. 

, John Fayrewedre of, mentd. Ib. 17 Edw. III. pt. i. IQd. 

, Lands of Sir Thos. de Hemgrave in. I.P.M., 23 Edw. III. pt. ii. 

166. 
, Pardon of outlawry to Walter Swan of, ' shipman.' Pat. Rolls, 

6 Hen. VI. pt. i. 28. 
, Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. John Bucken- 

ham fol. 62. Thomas Calke fol. 102. Richard Childerhouse fol. 122. 

Margaret Coteman fol. 134. Galfridus Coyte fol. 187. John 

Edwarde fol. 116. John Erleheade fol. 149. John Nevesen fol. 

140. Robert Nicholl fol. 39. John Shotmer fol. 32. Henry 

Smithe fol. 163. Rich. Tolgne fol. 39. Thos. Trenchner fol. 203. 

William Westwynde fol. 162. 1458-1477. Thomas Adam fol. 126. 

Rich. Barry fol. 36. Edmund Childerhouse fol. 54. William Childer- 
house fol. 70. William Fowler fol. 227. John Heigham fol. 102. 

Margery Hikling fol. 245. William Hill fol. 133. John Jeggele 

fol. 61. Cecilis Potter fol. 348. John Smithe fol. 3. Stephen 

Smithe fol. 6. 

. Will of William Aleyn of, proved Canterbury 1500-1. 8 Rep. 

Hist. Com. 333. 

. Court of Wards and Liveries. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. pp. 56, 86. 

, Alexander Shawe v. Henry Hussy and others as to riotous 

assembly and trespass at. Star Chamber Proceedings. D.K.R. 49. 

App. 387. 
, Lease for 4 years by Sir Nathaniel Bacon Knt., and Dame 

Dorothy his wife, to Nich. Girling of, of a tenement and lands in. 

9 Jac. I. A. 5330. 

, Thos. Colby of, mentioned, 1635. S.P. 78. 

, Presentment of Jury for water leet holden at, 1665-6. Tanner 

cccxiii. 19. 

, Quakers' meeting at, 1671. S.P. 419. 

, Will, &c., of Wm. Manthorpe, &c., Wm. Coleman v. Thos. 

Edwards and others. 19 Geo. II. at Beccles. Exch. dep. 

. Trust for the poor there. Trust Deed. 32 Geo. II. 10, 18. 

. Inclosure of Commons Act. (Priv.) 38 Geo. III. c. 39. 



280 Pakefield. 

, Quakers at. Trust Deed. 2 Will. IV. 65, 14. 1853. 76, 8. 

.. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 

1710. 
PAKEFIELD v. sub Carlton Colville, &c., Kirkley, &c., Mutford 

Hund. 
PAKEFIELD MANOR. Matthew Hermon d. 17 May 1534 and Francis 

son and heir. I.P.M., 33 Hen. VIII. 145. 
. Arthur Rushe d. 2 July 1537 and Anthony son and heir. Ib. 

29 Hen. VIII. 66. 
PAKEFIELD CHTTRCH. Ruinous. E.A. i. 341. Thatched roof. Ib. 

iii. 214. Plan and sketches of architectural detail by Kerrich. 

Add. 6755. Registers (begin 1680). N. and Q., 7th ser. x. 422. 

Old chalice at. E.A. iii. 154. Monuments in. Add. 19099. 

Sepulchral brasses (1417-1451) to Rich. Folcard rector of (1451). 

Add. 32484, 32490. Plate. S.I. ix. 44. Registers 1682-1812. 

Transcript made by Rev. J. Harvey Bloom. 
. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 

5216. 
PAKEFIELD, CARLTON COLVILE and GESYTHAM. Grant by John 

Bery of P. and Edw. Pousgere of P. to Simon Fowler of lands in, 

21 Edw. IV. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1367. 
PAKENHAM (Packenham, Paekenham, Packingham, Pakeham, 

Pakingham, Pakynham). 
, Paper on, by Rev. C. W. Jones. S.I. x. 169. Traces of Roman 

occupation. S.I. viii. 408. Roman remains found in field at. 

S.I. x. 167, 169. B.A.A. i. 138, xxi. 346. Antiquities found at. 

S.I. i. 24, 74, 75, 84. iii. 403. Spur found at. B.A.A. iii. 126. 

A.J. i. 246. Bronze weight found at. B.A.A. vi. 443. Adze. 

Arch. xlvi. 443. Survey and Rental of Malkinhall al. Maulkin's 

Hall in. Exch. 1st Rep. on Publ. Rec. (1800) p. 193. Meeting of 

Suffolk Institute at. S.I. i. 84. Visit of Suffolk Institute to Paken- 

ham Hall (1899). S.I. x. 167, 175. Deeds of lands in. Harl. 

638. 
. Lands of St. Edmund. In K.E.'s time 7 carucates as a manor 

26a. meadow, and 31 freemen and 1 bordar held 2 carucates. 3a. 

meadow. And 3 freemen held 30a. And in K.E.'s time 1 freeman 

held a carucate, 1 mill. To the Church lay 30a. Dom. 3616 

(bis). 
, Grant nr. Ledenhall wood in, by Bury St. Edmund's Abbey 

ante 1180. Harl. 44. 



Pakenham. 281 



, Grants, &c., in, t. Hen. III.-t. Edw. I. Cott. xxvii. 41 ; 

Harl. 52 C. 33 ; Add. Ch. 5905-5907 : 1331. Harl. 50 E. 40 : 
1334. Harl. 51 F. 6 : 1335. Harl. 46 F. 54 : 1342. Harl. 54 
D. 21: 1345. Harl. 52 F. 19 : 1355. Harl. 54 F. 4 : 1362. 
Harl. 57 D. 42 : 1390. Harl. 58 G. 436 (copy) : 1423. Harl. 45 D. 
33: 1546. Harl. 56 C. 36 : 1600. Harl. 55 A. 26 : 1632. 
Harl. 56 H. 17, 18, 57 H. 37 : 1637, 1639. Harl. 49 E. 50. 

, Free warren in, John de Pakeham. Chart. Rolls, 49 Hen. III. 6. 



, Henry de Pakenham v. William son of John de Pakenham touch. 

common of pasture in. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. I. 26d. 

, Free warren in, William Pakenham. Chart. Rolls, 20 Edw. I. 22. 

, 1 car. of land in, Rich, son of John. I.P.M., 25 Edw. I. 50. 

, Land in, Henry de Stanton. 76. 34 Edw. I. 157. 

, Land, &c., in, enfeoffed to M. de Staunton with reversion to 

Bury Abbey, 1306. R.P. i. 210. 
, Commiss. on complaint by Hervey de Staunton that Nicholas 

de Trowes, William de Burchard of Thorp, Thomas son of William 

de Talworthe of Ixworthe and others broke his houses at, fished in 

his stews and carried away fish. Pat. Rolls, 35 Edw. I. 28d. 

, Land in, John Onehand for Bury Abbey. I.Q.D., 8 Edw. II. 153. 

, Court Rolls of Malkins Hall Manor in, 1316-1393, 1596-1667. 

Harl. Rolls, K. 15-21. 
, Land in, Rad. de Hemenhall and others for Ixworth Priory. 

I.P.M., 37 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 5. 

, Nethirhall Manor of, Ric. de Pakenham. /&. 7 Rich. II. 62. 

, Accompts of the collector of rents in, 1393-4. Add. Ch. 868. 

, Messuage and land in, Robt. Taverham v, Hy. Ederyche and 

Rog. Doget and Denys and Mary their wives, daurs. of Wm. Glas- 

v,-right, feoffee of Tho. Umfrey vicar of. E.C.P., 3-7 Edw. IV. 

30, 2. 
, Pardon of outlawry to Richard Abell of, ' husbondman ' and 

Agnes his wife late the wife of Thomas Byrteport. Pat. Rolls, 

17 Edw. IV. pt. i. 22. 
; Beinans Manor in, held of Thos. abbot of Bury. Henry Straunge 

died seised and Roger 17 his son and heir. Inquis. 1 Hen. VII. 52. 
, Brokehall (? Bemans) Manor in, Sir Roger le Strange d. 23 

Oct. 1505 (?) and John son and heir aged 4 years. I.P.M., 21 Hen. 

VII. 107. 

, Grant in fee to Sir John Shelton of all messuages, &c., in, belong- 
ing to late priory of Carrowe 1538. S.P. ii. 967 (28). 



282 Pakenham. 



, Rich. Tyrrell a farmer of, mentd. 1539. S.P. 463. 

, Grant to Sir Jermyns of Russhebroke, of lands in, belonging to 

late mon. of Bury, 1540. S.P. 436 (31). 
, Particulars of Netherhall Manor in, for grant to George Bacon, 

36 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 161. 
, Particulars of farm of Manor of Malkynshall in, for grant to 

John Seaman al. Turner, 37 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 267. 
, Nether Hall Manor in, Thomas Bacon d. 2 June 1547 and Edward 

son and heir. I.P.M., 1 Edw. VI. 29. 
, Malking Hall Manor in, John Seman al. Turner d. 24 Nov. 1561 

and Richard son and heir. Ib. 6 Edw. VI. 88. 
, Accompts of sheep breeding, &c., in, 1557-1561. Add. Ch. 

16576. 
, Extracts from Court Roll of New Hall al. Malkins Hall 1559. 

Harl. 58 F. 10. 
, Letters of John Sprynge of, to B. Gawdy 1589, 1591, 1600. 

Eger. 2713, 2714. 
, Sir William Spryng of, letters to B. Gawdy (ante 1596) 1598. 

Eger. 2713. 
, Action by Robert Fyske against Sir Wm. Springe to quiet 

pltf.'s possession to land in. C.P. i. 297. 
, Action by Richard Turner against Henry Boldero and John 

Gyps to stay proceedings at law as to messuage in. C.P. iii. 186. 
, Letter to Sir Wm. Spryng of, from Lord Hunsdon [1603-1617]. 

Eger. 2715. 
, Acquittances for homage for New Hall al. Malkins manor in, 

1623. Harl. 49 F. 41 : 1624. Harl. 49 E. 14, 49 F. 42 : 1628. 

Harl. 49 E. 19 : 1632. Harl. 49 E. 35 : 1633. Harl. 49 E. 38 : 

1636. Harl. 49 E. 49 : 1638. Harl. 49 E. 48. 

. Bill of expenses in suit for same manor, 1624. Harl. 58 H. 30. 

, Lease, &c., of same manor, 1637. Harl. 49 E. 44. 1639. 49 

E.50. 
, Hamon L'Estrange, author, born 1674 at. D.N.B. xxxiii. 

116. 
, Pakenham Hall and Manor bought from Lord Clermont by the 

then Lord Calthorpe, 1786. S.I. x. 175. 
. Inclosure of Commons Act. (Priv. not printed) 42 Geo. III. 

c. 27. 
, Land at, for a school (Established Church). Trust Deed. 1843, 

7, 3, 4. 



Pakenham. 283 

, Conveyance of land upon trust for the erection of a school and 

chapel for Primitive Methodists. Trust Deed. 1846, 119, 15. 
. Included in the Blackbourn Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1618. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 10 Dec. 1880. L.G. 6673. 

PAKENHAM v. sub Barton, &c., Bury St. Edmunds Abbey, Cheving- 

ton, &c., Hemingstone, &c., Ixworth Priory, Ixworth Thorpe, &c., 

Newton, &c., Redcastell, Thurston, &c. 
PAKENHAM MANOR. Licence to Adam Gerard to alienate 1 messuage 

25 acres of land 2 of meadow and pasture and 300 sheep. I.Q.D., 

8 Edw. II. 36. 
. Roesia wife of Sir Edmund de Pakenham. I.P.M., 27 Edw. III. 

64. 
, Rental of, t. Hen. VIII. Exch. 1st Rep. on Pub. Rec. (1800) p. 

195. 
, Grant to Ric. Tyrrell of grain rents from farmer of. Court of 

Augmentations 1539-40. S.P. 1032. 
, Particulars of farm of, for grant to Robert Spryng and Thomas 

of Lavenham, 37 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 276. 

. Grant, 37 Hen. VIII. 6 Pars O. Rot. 38. 

. Robert Spring d. 20 April 1549 and Thomas son and heir 

aged 30. I.P.M., 3 Edw. VI. 141. 
, Claim by Crown on William Sprynge for forfeiture of, 16 Eliz. 

M. Pas. Rec. Rot. 71. 

. Geo. Nune v. Wm. Humberston. C.P., ser. ii. B. cxxxi. 17. 

PAKENHAM CHURCH. Account of. S.I. i. 89. viii. 409. View of 

West door. S.I. x. 169. Monuments in. Add. 19109. Plate. 

S.I. ix. 73. Registers. N. and Q., 7th ser. v. 168, 293, 475. 

Vicars of. S.I. viii. 408, 410. Visited by Suffolk Institute (1899). 

S.I. x. 168. 
, Valuation of, for grant to Robert and Thomas Spryng of 

Lavenham, 37 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 276. 
, Application for an order for Dr. Aylett to institute and induct 

Robert Stafford to the Vicarage of, 8 May 1648. 7 Rep. Hist. Com. 24. 
, Order for the Rev. Robert Stafford to be instituted to the 

Vicarage of, 24 Car. I. H.L. x. 247. 

. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. L.G. 859. 

PAKENHAM, BERTON and RUGHHAM. Agreement between Bury Abbey 

and Sir Edmund de Pakenham as to rents of lands in, 1308. Bodl. 

Suff. Ch. 96. 



284 Pakenham. 



PAKENHAM, GREAT HORNINGSHEATH, MILDENHALE. Licence for 
alienation in mortmain to Abbey of St. Edmunds, by Geoff, de la 
Grene, John de Rumburgh, Thos. de Holmerseia of land in. Pat. 
Bolls, 9 Edw. II. pt. i. 10. 

PAKENHAM, NORTON, BERTON, STOWELANGETOT, THXTRSTON and 
IXEWORTH. Licence for Hervey de Stanton to enfeoff William de 
Buxhall of land in, and for him to regrant for life to said Hervey 
with remainder in mortmain to Abbey of Bury to use of the cellarer- 
ship. Ib. 35 Edw. I. 25. 

, Licence for alienation in mortmain by Hervey de Stanton to 

Abbey of Bury of above whereof he lately had a grant for life 
from William de Buckeshall with remainder to Abbey in exchange 
for latter granting said Hervey the manor of Stanton for life. 
76.7. 

PAKENHAM, RISBY, WATTESFIELD, GT. BARTON, SEMER, WHEPSTEAD, 
RTJSHBROOK. Restitution to Bury Abbey of land acquired from 
John Onhand, William Knight, John Sorel, Emma Otynel, Simon 
de Holegate, Michael le Whepstede, John le Orfevre, Richard de 
Ratelsden, Henry Pynfoule and others. Ib. 8 Edw. II. pt. ii. 2. 

PAKENHAM, THTJRSTON, STOWELANGETTOT, IXWORTH, BURTON and 
FORTON. Edward son and heir of Sir William de Pakenham 
renounces to lord Henry de Staunton the clerk all lands in the towns 
of, which belonged to John son of William son of John de Pakenham 
and Matilda mother of the sd. John son of William. Abbr. of PL, 
34 and 35 Edw. I. Mich. 62. 

PAKENHAM al. Packenham family. S.I. viii. 409. Gipps's account 
of. S.I. viii. 186. Pedigree. Harl. 1484. Queen's Ixxiv. 4. 
Add. 19144; with arms. Rawl. B. 79. Thomas son of 
William de Pakenham Knt. acknowledges that he owes Bartholo- 
mew le Sire of Thorp 40 to be levied in default on his lands in Suffolk. 
Close Rolls, 9 Edw. II. 22d. Ditto. Edmund son of William de 
Pakenham to John de Warbelton. Ib. 3 Edw. III. lid. 

PALEY family of Ampton. Burke L.G. 1213. Pedigree. Add. 19144. 

PALGRAVE (Palegraua, Palegraue). 

, Collections of Thomas Martin of. Add. 34652, 34653. N. and 

Q., xii. 321, 8th ser.vii. 92, 230, 274, 294. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ii. 
72, 120, 121, 123, 127. Field names in. E.A. (N.S.) iii. 237. 
Gold bulla found at. A. J. ix. 107, 304. S.I. i. 308, ii. 88. 

, Edward Roockwood of, admitted at Caius Coll. E.A. (N.S.) 

i. 117. 



Palgrave. 285 

. Land of St. Edmund. St. Edmund held in K.E.'s time 4 

carucates as a manor, and 6a. meadow. And 2 churches with 30a. 

And 29 freemen held 2 carucates less 12a. and 2a. meadow. Dom. 

361. 
, Grants in, t. Hen. III. Harl. 48 F. 28: 1444. Add. Ch. 

19660. 
, Alexander Paternoster v. Abbot of St. Edmund's and others, 



touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. I. 24. 
, John de Paneworth sought to replevy to Gilbert de Welles 

13s. 4:d. of rent in, taken into King's hands for his default against 

William de Gunevill. Close Rolls, 7 Edw. I. lid, 
, Extent and customary of the lands of the monastery of Bury in, 

1357. Add. 14849. 
, Will of Thomas Crane of, proved Canterbury 1500-1. 8 Rep. 

Hist. Com. 334. 
, Land at, Margery Fynche v. William Wode. Star C.P., Hen. 

VIII. vol. 15, 369. 
, Endorsement of Thomas Martin of, on Sir S. D'Ewes's letter in 

1639 to Dover 1742. Add. 32079. 
, Proceedings in Court of Wards touch, wardship of dau. and h. 

of John Elmy who died seised of lands in, 1640. S.P. 236. 
, Art. Denny of, has his estates sequestered, 1646. S.P., Cal. of 

Comp. 1297. 

, Estate of Thos. Hayward of, sequestered, 1646. S.P., Cal. 

of Comp. 1409. 
, Robert Hinchlow (late) of, recusant, 1650. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 

2665; 1653. Ib. 3169. 

, Will of Henry Bootie of, 1653. Cur. Proerog. Cant. 338 Alchin. 
, Letters of Thomas Martin of, to W. Cole 1752-1755. Add. 

5993 to Dr. Ward 1737-1739. Add. 6209 to Browne Willis 

1725-1751. Add. 5833, 5841. Letters in 1757. Add. 34374. 

List of Cartularies formerly belonging to Martin and subsequently 

to John Ives. Add. 5489. Memoranda respecting Martin. Add. 

5876. Notes in his handwriting. Add. 7965, 7966, 7969. Engraved 

portrait of. Add. 5492. Arms of. Add. 5847. 
, Geo. Crabb, legal and miscellaneous writer born 1778 at. D.N.B. 

xii. 426. 
. Inclosure of Commons Act. (Local and pers. not pr.) 52 

Geo. III. c. 15. 
, Unitarians at. Trust Deed. 5 Geo. IV. 38, 14. 



286 Palgrave. 

, A piece of land at, for scholastic purposes. Trust Deed. 1853, 

94, 10. 
. Included in the Hartismere Highway District 13 Jan. 1863. 

L.G. 231. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1702. 

. Dissolution of Union Benefit Club 1895. L.G. 5414. 

PALGRAVE v. sub Brockford, &c., Hartismere Hund., Redgrave. 
PALGRAVE MANOR. Compotus of, 1348-1349. Add. Ch. 32934. 
, Grant in tail male to Sir Thomas Cornwaleys and Anne his wife 

of. 1 and 2 P. and M., 8 Rep. Hist. Com. 277. 
PALGRAVE CH. Roof of. A.J. xlvii. 71. Registers of. E.A. (N.S. ) 

iii. 270. Epitaphs in. Add. 21032. Monuments in. Add. 19089, 

19090. E.A. i. 257. Sepulchral inscription of Philip Joseph Harri- 
son (1830). Add. 32483. Plate. S.I. x. 316. 
, Presentation of William de Sudbrok of. Pat. Rolls, 14 Edw. III. 

pt. i. 17. 
, Richard de Tyteshale parson of, mentioned. Ib. 1 Rich. II. 

pt. v. 37. 

, Presentation of John Ponsonby to. Ib. 5 Rich. II. pt. i. 3. 

. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

PALGRAVE and MENDLESHAM. Bill for relief against undue assess- 
ment by Wm. Bucknam sen. against Henry Boty and others as to 

lands in. C.P. i. 135. 
PALGRAVE Family. E.A. v. 112. of Yarmouth. Pedigree. Add. 

19144. 

PALMER of Parham. Pedigree. Tanner cclviii. 218. Add. 19144. 
PALMER (Sir Roger). Warrant to the Justices of Suffolk, 1631. Add. 

25337. 
PALMER (Thomas). Indexes of. D.K.R. 20. App. pp. 184-188. 

Ib. R. 24. App. pp. 6-12. Reference to Suffolk, pp. 6, 7, 8, 10, 11. 

S. R. Scargill-Bird. Guide to principal classes of Doc. in P.R.O. 

1896 p. 268-279. 
PALMERES v. sub Kedington. 
PALMERESLOND v. sub Ilketshall. 
PAMAN. Pedigree. Add. 19144. 
PANEL WORK (flat) in Suff. A.J. Ivi. 395. 
PANNINGTON (Painetena, Painetuna, Pannyngton) in Wherstead 

v. sub Wherstead. 
PAPISTS. List of, in Suffolk 124 names, 1680. 11 Rep. Hist. Com. 

pt. ii. 235. 



Parham. 287 

PARHAM (Parkham, Parrham, Perham, Perreham). 

. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ii. 181, 13 Rep. pt. i. 40. Petition of 

Francis Warner of, complaining of injury. Cambridge Dd. iii. 
64 ( 151). Correspondence of Francis Lord Willoughby of. Tanner 
liv. 147, Iv. 70. Ivi. 209, 210, 240, Ixii. 208, 229, 232. Notices of 
same. Ib. liv. 44, Ivi. 1, 11, cclxxxvi. 132. Letter of Thomas 
Okeley of, to Gawdy. Eger. 2722. Notice cone. Parham Hall in. 
B.A.A. xxi. 176-9. Old Hall. A.J. Ivi. 340. S.I. iii. 407. 
Corrance family of. Burke L.G. 350. 

, Land of Earl Ralph in the King's hand. Thurmot held 

2 carucates as a manor 8a. meadow and 6 freemen held 24a. 
Dom. 285. 

. Lands of Earl Alan. Aluric the K.'s thane held in K.E.'s 

time a carucate as a manor. Now Hamo holds of the Earl. 4a. 
meadow. 3 freemen held 16a. Dom. 296, 2966. 

. Lands of Earl Hugh. 4 freemen held 20a. which Roger Bigot 

now holds of the Earl. Dom. 299. 

. Lands of Robert Malet. 40a. are in the demesne of Newton 

(?) and 2 freemen hold 12a. Alnod a freeman in K.E.'s time held 
a carucate as a manor. 3a. meadow. To the church belong 24a. 
Walter son of Aubrey now holds of Robert Blaccheson a freeman held 
40a. as a manor in K.E.'s time which Walter also holds. And 
Ernulf a freeman held 40a. as a manor and la. meadow. And 
Alnot another freeman holds 30a. and la. meadow. Also 2 freemen 
held 40a. and la. meadow which likewise Walter holds of Robert 
and a freeman held 12a. which Gilbert holds. Dom. 3066, 307. 

, Robert son of Richard de Trode and Alice his sister imprisoned 

for death of William de la Chambre of. Close Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 12. 

, Commission as to persons who broke the park of Robert 

de Valeyns at, and carried away deer. Pat. Rolls, 8 Edw. I. 3d. 

, Land in, John de Vallibus. I.P.M., 16 Edw. I. 41. 

, Free warren in, Robert de Ufford. Chart. Rolls, 32 Edw. I. 67. 

, Pardon to William son of Robert Cokerel of outlawry for non- 
appearance to plea of Robert de Ufford as to breaking the latter' s 
park of. Pat. Rolls, 33 Edw. I. pt. ii. 5. 

, Conf. of a grant in, in 1320 to Campsey Priory 1321. Cott. v. 5. 

. Free warren, William Tastard. 10 Edw. III. 45. 

. Lands of the King held in. I. P.M., 15 Edw. III. 74. 

, Land in, John de Nerford son of Thomas Nerford. 76. 38 Edwi 

III. 31. 



288 Parham. 

, Land in, Robert de Ufford E. of Suffolk for Campsey Priory. 

Ib. 42 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 21. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1458-1477. Margery 

Cadie fol. 21, Robert Goddard fol. 68, William Lawtor fol. 201. 
, Deeds relating to messuage, land, &c., in, John Hawe and 

John Cullum, exors. of Alex. Frere v. Walter Paysshmer husb. 

of Alice late wife of said Alex. E.C.P., 5 Edw. IV.-49 Hen. VI. 35, 1 
, Ministers' accounts of lands of Duchy of Lancaster in, 7 to 8 

Edw. IV. Bundle 323, No. 5274. 
, Grants, &c., in, 1475. Add. Ch. 19343 : 1548. Add. Ch. 

14991 : 1560. Add. Ch. 10283 : 1618. Add. Ch. 9787, 9788. 

, Forcible recovery of land, &c., at, 1485. R.P. vi. 293, 294. 

, Lands at, recovered against the heirs of Thomas Charles by 

Thomas, Earl of Surrey, 1495. Ib. 478. 
. Confirmation of a release of a trespass at Perham Park, n.d. 

Ib. i. 479. 

, Sir Christopher Willoughby's goods at. S.P., 19 Hen. VIII. 3474. 

, Precipe on a covenant cone, land in, 1593. Add. Ch. 25479. 

, John Elmy of, absented himself from the Musters, 1626. S.P., 

Chas. I. 318. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 7 Jan. 1881. L.G. 64. 

. Notice of proposed amalgamation of Suff. Provident Society 

and Parham Friendly Society and Sickness Club, 1891. L.G. 7215. 
PAKHAM v. sub Aspale, &c., Badingham, &c., Blomvyles Manor, Bruis- 

yard, &c., Eye Honor, Framlingham Manor, &c., Framlingham, &c., 

Glemham, &c., Kettleburgh Manor, Kettleburgh, &c., Newton, &c., 

Wissett, &c. 
PARHAM MANOK. Extent. Cecilia de Ufford. I.P.M., 19 Edw. 

II. 74. 
, Rendham Manor held by the Earls of Suffolk as of, 1355. Harl. 

84 B. 11. 
. Extent. Robert de Ufford E. of Suff. I.P.M., 43 Edw. III. 

pt. ii. 38. 

. John de Nerford. Ib. 50 Edw. III. 46. 

. Wm. de Ufford, Earl of Suff. and Joan his wife. Ib. 5 Rich. II. 

57. 
. Thos. de Pakenham and others for Butley Priory. Ib. 1 Rich. 

II. 148. 

, Agreement cone, waste in, 1400. Harl. 55 H. 1. 

, Grant, &c., of, 1417. Harl. 58 B. 13 : 1429. Harl. 58 B. 17. 



Park. 289 

. Sir Robt. Willughby. Ib. 5 Edw. IV. 35 ; Robt. son of 

Sir R. Willughby. Ib. 1 Edw. IV. 37. 

. Maria Willoughby d. 16 May 1515 and William W. Lord de 

Ersby son and heir. I.P.M., 7 Hen. VIII. 29. 

, Grant by Christopher Willoughby to Edw. Whyte of a certain 

annuity out of , 1527. Tanner cvi. 11. 

. Mentioned. S.P., 25 Hen. VIII. 224. 

, Release of, 1548. Add. Ch. 14991. 

PAKHAM MANOR v. sub Haughley Manor, &c., Orford Manor, &c. 

PARHAM CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19100, 19101. Sepulchral 
inscription of Alice Wingfelde at (1603). Add. 32484. Plate. 
S.I. ix. 190. 

, Action between Gilbert de Collevill and Theobald de Valoynes 

as to title to, Gilbert asserting that last presentation to, was made 
by Ralph de Collevill his uncle, whose heir he is. Abbr. of PL, 
7 and 8 John in dorso. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 266. 

. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 

5216. 

PARHAM and BRADFIELD MANORS. Lady Willoughby v. Sir Christ. 
Willoughby. Star C.P., 22 Hen. VIII. Bundle 17, 399. 

PARHAM, FRAMLINGHAM and HASTON. Claim by descent in fee tail 
general by Lawrence Sutton and wife and others (1577) against 
Edmond Col vy lie to messuages in. C.P. iii. 67. 

PARHAM, HACHESTON, RENDLESHAM, ASH and WICKHAM MARKET and 
ADVOWSON OF PETTISTREE. Licence for Robert Asshfeld, Robert 
Hotoft and Robert Rendlesham to grant in mortmain to Priory 
of St. Mary Campsey the Manor of Blomvylesby Perham, a cottage, 
a toft, 57a. of land 9 of meadow, 4 of pasture 2 of wood and 3s. 3d. 
rent in H., R., A. and W. M. and the advowson of Pettistree not 
held in chief and for them to appropriate the said church in mortmain. 
Pat. Rolls, 1 Hen. IV. pt. v. 4. 

PARHAM, HACHESTON, WICKHAM and ASHE. Claim as heir by John 
Jones against Anthony Bull as to a moiety of a messuage and 100 
acres in, late estate of Walter Smythe and Alice his wife held of the 
Manors of Compsyshawe and Glevering, the deft, being lord 
of the said manors and entitled to the other moiety. C.P. ii. 99. 

PARIS and PARISH. Pedigrees. Add. 19144. 

PARK (Robert) of Ipswich. " The Art of Sea Fighting," in five parts. 
Lond. 1706, Bvo. 

T 



290 Parke. 

PARKE family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 186. Pedigree. Add. 

19144. 
PARKER family. S.I. ii. 57, 80. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 187. 

of Melford Hall. Add. 24121. Pedigree of Parker, Lord Morley. 

Harl. 807, 6136. Rawl. B. 79, 93, 134, 314, with arms. Rawl. B. 

79. Add. 19144. Quarterings, &c., t. Eliz. Add. 5504. Note of 

their lands. Rawl. B. 314. Warrant of tenants of Manors of Lord 

Morley to payments to Sir William Parker as the person to whom 

Lord Hastings, Sir Thomas Billing Sir William Par and William 

Newenham feoffees of the land has demised the same for 8 years. 

Harl. 433. Letter of Sir Symonds D'Ewes to Sir Philip Parker. 

Harl. 377. Letters of Sir Hyde Parker, Admiral, to Lord Nelson. 

1795-6. Add. 34904. 
PARKER of Bildeston, of Chevington, Erwarton, of Sproughton. 

Pedigrees. Add. 19144 of Clopton Hall. Burke L.G. 

1221 of Walsham and Wattisfield. Pedigree and Arms. Harl. 

1449, 1560, 1820. Add. 19144. 
, Sir Wm. Parker's Hist, of Long Melford, 1877. William Parker 

of Bury St. Edmunds " Account of Life experience and call to 

ministry of." Lond. 1820. 
PARKES. Pedigree. Harl. 1484. 
PARKHURST (Nathaniel) b. in Ipswich d. 1665. Vicar of Yoxford 

" Sermon at the Funeral of Lady Brooke. ''Lond. 1684, 8vo. Funeral 

of S. Fairclough 1692, 4to. Funeral Sermon. Lond. 1703, 8vo. 

On being Willing to Live. 1704, 8vo. On the Last Judgment. 

1704, 8vo. Life of Wm. Burkitt. Lond. 1704, 4fo. Funeral of 

Rev. Mr. Burkitt. 8vo. Funeral of Thos. Neale. 8vo. Funeral of 

Rev. G. Jones. 1705, 8vo. Select Discourses. 1706-7, 2 vols. 8vo. 
PARKIN or PARKYNS. Pedigrees. Harl. 1449 : 1560. Add. 5524, 

19144. 
PARLIAMENT. Order to Sheriff of Suff. for payment of Ralph de 

Bockyng and Nicholas Bonde Knights of that shire their expenses 

in attending. Close Rolls, 13 Edw. III. pt. ii. 3d. 
, Certificates of returns for members of, for Suffolk, 1640. 4 Rep. 

Hist. Com. 24. 

PAUMENTER, Parmiter. Pedigrees. Add. 19144. 
PARNELLS (St.) v. sub Bury St. Edmunds. 
PARR (Elnathan), D.D. of Palgrave. Works : " Grounds of Divinity." 

Lond. 1614, 8vo. on Private Prayer. Lond. 1618, 8vo. Works. 

Lond. 1632, Mo. 



Pay forth. 291 

PARR (Sir Will.) Marquis of Northampton. Confirm, of divers letters 
Patent of divers Kings to, as to lands in Sufi. 2 Eliz. M. Hil. Rec. 
Rot. 22. 

PARRE, PARSON, and PARSONS. Pedigrees. Add. 19144. 

PARTRIDGE (Parterich, Partrich) family. N. and Q., 8th ser. viii. 
8. E.A. vi. 79, 96, 213, 352. Biography. Visitation in Suffolk in 
1664. Ib. 9th ser. vi. 392, 509. Pedigree. E.A. vii. 12. Will of 
Robard Partrich the elder of Sudbury, 1489. S.I. x. 153. of Mawde 
Parterich of Sudbury, 1494. Ib. 158 Of Acton, Sudbury and 
Lavenham. Pedigree. Ib. 150-163 of Finborough. Pedigree. 
Add. 5524, 19144. Harl. 891, 1449, 1560, with arms (1561). Rawl. 
B. 422. and v. sub Shotley. 

PASCHALL (John) of Suff. S.I. x. 201. 

PASENHALL v. Peasenhall. 

PASKE and PASSELEWE. Pedigrees. Add. 19144. 

PASSELEWES v. sub Desning Manor, Desning Manor, &c., Gazeley. 

PASTON family. Pedigree. Harl. 1484. Add. 19144. Abstract and 
copy of the Inquisition p.m. of John Paston, 16 Oct. 1466. Bodl. 
Norf. Ch. 743, 744. Lease of lands in Suffolk and Norf. to Edward 
Paston, 1482. Stowe Ch. 223. Grant f lands in Suffolk to Sir 
Thomas Paston, 2 Edw. VI. 3 Pars 0. Rot. 38. See also 2 Pars 
O. 1 Edw. VI. Rot. 13. Warrant of Edward Paston to the Stewards 
of his manors in Suff. to collect rents, 1598. Eger. 2713. Letter 
of William Paston to Sir Robert Crane as to sale of his estate at 
Sudbury giving Sir Robert the refusal of the tithes of the mills 20 
March 1633-4. Tanner Ixix. 152. 

PASTON (James) Rector of Tinningham and of Little Livermere. 
Works : " The Magistrates' Authority." 1673, 4to. A Discourse 
of Penal Laws. Lond. 1668, 4to. 

PATENT ROLLS. Cat. of, in Tower. John to Edw. IV. 4 vols. fol. 
Eger. 634-637. 

PATESHULL, PATRICK, PATTESHULL and PATTESON. Pedigrees. Add. 
19144. 

PATTLE (Edward) of Wetheringsett. Will of, 28 March 1584. 4 
Rep. Hist. Com. 198. 

PATJLET family. Arms. Add. 5524. 

PAVELEY. Pedigree. Add. 19144. 

PAVEMENTS. List of, in Suffolk. B.A.A. (C.A.) ii. 248. 

PAWSEY, now Passy. Pedigree. Add. 19144. 

PAYFORTH CHURCH v. sub Occold Manor, &c. 



292 Payman. 

PAYMAN family. Arms. Add. 5524. 

PAYNE. Pedigree and Arms. Harl. 155: 1103: 1177: 1449: 
1560 : 1820 : Rawl. B. 422. of Nowton. Pedigree. Add. 19144. 

John Payne of Stoke. Arms. Add. 5524. Confirm. 13 Jac. I. 

Harl. 1172. Robt. Payne of Lowestoft. Paper on a Fork in the 

Body. Phil. Trans. Abr. vii. 125, 1725. 
PAYNEL (John) acknowledges that he owes Robert de Aspale 20 marks 

to be levied in default on his lands in Suff. Close Rolls, 7 Edw. II. 

2ld. 

PAYNELL. Pedigree. Add. 19144. 
PAYTON v. Peyton. 
PEACE, CONSERVATORS of, in Suffolk. Appointment of Edmund de 

Hemmegrave and Thomas de Grey as. Pat. Rolls, 13 Edw. II. 1, 

and these and Peter de Denardeston. Ib. 43rf. 
, Appointment of John de Welnetham and John de Luton 

to bo. /&. 14 Edw. II. pt. i. 23d. 
PEACHY family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 187. 
PEADE (Thomas) of Bury. Letter of, to Sir B. Gawdy 4 Apl. 1602. 

10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 78. 
PEARSON (Edward). An Essay on the Goodness of God. Ipswich, 

1786. 
PEASENHALL (Pasenhall, Peasenhal, Peasnall, Peasynhall, Pefenhala, 

Pesehala, Pesehale, Pesehalla, Pesehealle, Pesenhala, Pesenhale, 

Pesenhall, Pesenhalle, Pesinhale, Pesnall, Pesynghalle, Peusenhale, 

Peysenhal, Pischale, Pischalla). 
. Lands of R. Malet. In K.E.'s time Leofsi a freeman held 40a. 

as a manor. Now Fulchred holds of Malet. la. meadow. And a 

freeman Stanwin in K.E.'s time held 1 carucate as a manor. Now 

Fulchred holds, la. meadow. And in K. William's time Stanwin 

added 2 freemen with 8a. And Aylmar a freeman had 12a. and 

this Gilbert holds of Malet ; and a freeman had 6a. which Walter 

de Caen now holds. Dom. 3126, 314. 
. Lands of Roger Bigot. Norman held 2 manors 2 carucate* 

in K.E.'s time and he still holds. 4a. meadow. And 4 freemen 

had 40a. and Ranulf Walter's son has 3 villans and a bordar with 

60a. Dom. 3316, 333. 
. Lands of Roger Bigot. 60a. which Ranulph now holds of Roger. 

Dom. 3386. 
, Deed of Roger le Tho. de Buryszerd to Rich. Stut of land in.. 

n.d. Arund. 221. 



Peasenhall. 293 



, Conf. of a sale in, &c., to Sibton Abbey, early Hen. II. Campb. 

xxiii. 5 : late 12th cent. Harl. 84 A. 10. 
, Grants, &c., in, t. Hen. III.-*. Edw. I. Add. Ch. 8365. Harl. 

83 E. 33 : 1313. Harl. 83 E. 34 : 1610. Add. Ch. 10429. 

, Order as to lands of Radulf de Pesehal in. Close Rolls, 14 

Hen. III. pt. ii. 6. 

, Ministers' accounts of land of Roger Bigod E. of Norf. in, 52 

Hen. III. to 24 Edw. I. Bundle 1003, No. 10-20. 
, Thomas Marescall uncle of Earl Marescall bought a tenement in, 

of Rad. de Pesenhal. H.R. ii. 147, 197. 
, Nicholas de Falsham claimed view of frankpledge and assize 

of bread and beer in. H.R. ii. 147, 197. Q.W. 727. 
, Abbot of Sibton v. Nicholas son of Hamo de Falsham and others, 

touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 5 Edw. I. lid., IGd. 
, Hamo Hoket v. Stephen Hoket and others, touch, a tenement 

in. Ib. 6 Edw. I. 22d. 
, Ministers' accounts of land in, of Roger Bigod E. of Norf. 6 to 7 

Edw. I. Bundle 995, No. 1. 

, Rent in, William de Lyvermere. I.P.M., 18 Edw. I. 67. 

, Land in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. 76^ 

35 Edw. I. 46. 
, Licence for alienation in mortmain by John de Redenhale 

parson of the Ch. of Shipmedwe and Benedict de Walpol chaplain 

to the Abbey of Sibbeton of wood in. Pat. Rolls, 5 Edw. II. 

pt. i. 25. I.Q.D., 4 Edw. II. 83. 
, Licence for alienation in mortmain by John de Redenhale clerk 

to Abbey of Sibbeton of land in. 76. 6 Edw. II. pt. i. 12. I.Q.D., 

6 Edw. II. 102. 
, Licence to the Abbot of Sibton to enter a lay fee in. 0., 5 Edw. 

II. 21. Ditto for 10. Ib. 6 Edw. II. 15. 
, Licence for alienation in mortmain to Abbey of Sibeton by John 

de Redehale and Benedict de Walpol of a messuage and 12 acr. in. 

Pat. Rolls, 8 Edw. II. pt. ii. 18. I.Q.D., 8 Edw. II. 85. 

, Pardon to Peter Henri of. Pat. Rolls, 12 Edw. II. pt. i. 17. 
, Extent of lands held at ' Jurdiz ' in, by Sibton Abbey 12-19 

Edw. I. Add. 34560. 

, Conf. of a grant in, to Campsey Priory, 1321 (do). Cott. v. 5. 

, Land in, Thos. de Donewyco, parson of Westleton Church for 

Sibton Abbey. I.P.M., 14 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 24. 
, Land in, Oliver de Ingham. Ib. 18 Edw. III. 49. 



294 Peasenhall. 



, Land in, Maria wife of Thomas de Brotherton E. of Norf. Ib. 

36 Edw. III. pt. ii. 9. 
, Ada de Watton gave to Sibton Abbey lands in. Close Rolls, 

40 Edw. III. 21. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands in, 22 to 23 Rich. II. Bundle 

1001, No. 1. Bundle 1121, No. 4. 
, Extent of fees in, belong, to the Earls Marshal c. 1400. Add. 

Ch. 19338. 
, Action in consequence of refusal to carry out a bargain for 

lands, &c., in. John Palgrave v. Cristian Grymbald. E.C.P., 8 

Hen. IV. -35 Hen. VI. 16, 412. 
, John Trusse of, charged with assault at Beccles and robbery of 

Nicholas Taylour of, 8 Hen. V. 9 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. i. 229. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. William 

Dorande fol. 175. Thos. Mannell fol. 195. 1458-1477. John 

Crowe fol. 327. Henry Drewrie fol. 345. John Marmelde 

fol. 328. 
, Grant of privileges in, to John Lord Norf. Chart. Rolls, 8, 9, 

and 10 Edw. IV. 14. 
, Will of William Porter of, proved Canterbury 1500-1. 8 Rep. 

Hist. Com. 333. 

, Grant to Wolsey's Colleges of lands in. S.P., 17 Hen. VIII. 1833. 

, Sale to Thos. d. of Norf. of fields, &c., in, in King's hands by 

attainder of Wolsey. |S.P., 24 Hen. VIII. 418 (3). Grant. S.P., 

24 Hen. VIII. 1207 (37). 
, Letters to Chancellor, &c., of augmentations to sell to Thos. 

Hugins manor or grange of Jurdayes in, with a house in Siveton, 

1549-50. Acts of P.C. 382. 
. Case of Robert Fleete in the Norwich Consistory Court, 1579. 

Eger. 2713. 
1 Case against Joan Manne wife of Thomas Manne of, in Norwich 

Consistory Court, 1579. Eger. 2713. 
, Action as to hiring by John Chapman al. Barker of land in. 

C.P. ii. 352. 
, Lease in, from St. James's Hosp. Dunwich, 1642. Add. Ch. 

19398. 
, Thomas Rous complains that for his supposed recusancy his 

estate in, is sequestered, 1651. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 2827. 
, Licence to Wm. and John Manning, Congregational, for their 

houses at, 1672. S.P. 550, 554. Receipt for licences 1672. S.P. 11. 



Peasenhall, 295 



, Trust for the Methodists at. Trust Deed. 51 Geo. III. 54, 12. 

. Conveyance of a Methodist Chapel to new trustees. Trust 

Deed. 1839, 174, 12, 13. 

. Confirming Local Government Order (Poor Law). (P.O.) 

47 and 48 Viet. c. 74. 

. Dissolution of Hand-in-Hand Society of Brotherly Love, 1895. 

L.G. 5414. 

PEASENHALL v. sub Bruisyard, &c., Bruisyard Abbey, Brunstonesh 
Manor, &c., Bungay, &c., Dignineton, &c., Edwardeston, &c., Eye 
Manor, Eye St. Peter Mon., Norf. (Margt. Count, of) Rendham, &c., 
Sibton, &c. 

PEASENHALL MANOR. Court rolls (1588). Add. Ch. 10418. (1592- 
1599). Add. Ch. 10421-10423. 

. Parliamentary Petition of Joan wife of Philip Hevenyngham. 

No. 4299. D.K.R. 34 p. 70. 

. Roger le Bygod E. of Norfolk. I.P.M., 54 Hen. III. 25. 

, Grant of, to Bigod Earl of Norf. Queen's clxvi. 28. 

. Licence for Sibton Abbey to acquire [Jurdis manor] t. Edw. I< 

Harl. 83 D. 41. 

, Grant and restitution to Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alice 

his wife and the heirs of the said Roger of, which the King formerly 
had of the gift of the said earl by charter. Pat. Rolls, 19 Edw. I. 7. 

, Confirmation of grant made by Roger le Bygod earl of Norfolk 

to Nicholas de Segrave and Alice his wife and the heirs of Nicholas 

of land and rent to value of 201. a year in. 76. 30 Edw. I. 8. 

. Extent. Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. I.P.M., 30 Edw. I. 86. 

, Order in suit betw. Alice late wife of Roger Bygod E. of Norf. 

and Nicholas de Segrave and Alice his wife cone. Close Rolls, 2 
Edw. H. 6d. t 4 Edw. II. 22. Schedule. 6 Edw. II. 16. 

, Delay in a suit touching, 1314-5. R.P. i. 324. 

, Licence to N. Segrave to alienate. I.Q.D., 9 Edw. II. 54. 

. Extent to Norwich Castle. Nicholas de Segrave. I.P.M., 15 

Edw. II. 37. 

. Alicia wife of Roger de Evenyngham. Ib. 16 Edw. II. 36. 

, Pardon to John de Loudham and Joan his wife for entering 

without licence on, held in chief granted to them by Richard de 
Bedyngfeld vicar of Freston, Godfrey de Loudham and William 
Tastard who had acquired the same for their lives from Edmund 
de Bohun also without licence and licence to retain during lives of 
said Richard Godfrey and William. Pat. Rolls, 7 Edw. III. pt. i. 20. 



296 Peasenhall. 



. John son of William de Cleydon. I.P.M., 24 Edw. III. 80. 

, Referred to. O., 26 Edw. III. 1. 

. John de Segrave and Margaret his wife. I.P.M., 27 Edw. III. 

69. 
, Walter de Manny and Margaret his wife one of the daurs. and 

heirs of Thomas de Brotherton E. of Norf first wife of John de 

Segrave. 76. 46 Edw. III. 38. 

. Thos. duke of Norf. Ib. 1 Hen. IV. 71a, 72. 

. Extent. John duke of Norf. Ib. 11 Hen. VI. 43. 

. John duke of Norf. and Eleanor his wife. Ib. 1 Edw. IV. 46. 

, Act enabling D. of Norf. to lease, for 5 years, 1475. R.P. vi. 

127. 

. John late D. of Norf. I.P.M., 17 Edw. IV. 58. 

. Confirmed by Act to Duke of Norfolk, 1488. R.P. vi. 411, 

1503, 529. 
PEASKNHALL MANOR v. sub Framlingham Castle and Manor, Framling- 

ham Manor, &c. 
PEASENHALL CHURCH. Bells of. E.A. i. 416. Monuments in. 

Add. 19080, 19083. Plate. S.I. ix. 22. 

. Clericus. Rodbertus, early 13th cent. Harl. 83 F. 19. 

, Inhibition from Roger Radclyff, dean of arches to the bp. of 

Norwich, on the representation of abbey of Sybeton concerning, 

1466. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 237. 
PEASENHALL CHAPEL v. sub Sibton Abbey. 
PEASENHALL, BRUISYARD and RENDHAM. Confirmation by Abbey of 

Busyerd (Brusyard) of the grant by Adam de Watton parson of the 

church of Lalleford (Lawford) and others to the abbey of Sibton 

of land in, 1367. B. 2876. 
PEASENHALL and CRATFIELD. Roger Bygod E. of Norf. claimed view 

of frankpledge and assize of bread and beer in. Q.W. 736. 
PEASENHALL, FALTENHAM, WALDRINGFELD, STERNFELD and FARNHAM. 

4 knights' fees in, Thos. Duke of Norf. I.P.M., 1 Hen. IV. 716 ; 

John Duke of Norf. Ib. 11 Hen. VI. 43. 
PEASENHALL, RENDHAM and WEYBRED. Licence for alienation in 

mortmain to Abbey of Sybeton by Thomas de Donewico of a messuage 

32 acres of land 5 pasture and \2d. of rent in P. and R. and by Robert 

Pesecod chaplain of 24 acres of land 1 acre 1 rcod meadow 4 pasture 

and 2 of alder wood in Weybred. Of the yearly value of 30s. 6d. 

Pat. Rolls, 15 Edw. III. pt. i. 34. 
PEASENHALL. Pedigree. Add. 19144. 



Pdham. 297 

PECHE al. Pecche family. Papers relating to. 4 Rep. Hist. Com. 
462. Pedigree. Add. 6524, 19144. Harl. 1560. Arms. Harl. 
1447. Add. 5524. Consanguinity with Picot. Add. 5812. Hugh 
Peche one of the main pernors of B. Perot. Close Rolls, 4 Edw. I. 
lOd. Schedule. Grant by Edw. I. to Sir Gilbert Peche of manors in 
Suff. with advowson of Priory of Barnewell 12 Edw. I. Add. 5837. 
Acknowledgment of money owing. Close Rolls, 12 Edw. II. 6d., 
14 Edw. II. 16rf., 11 Edw. III. pt. ii. lOrf. Pardon to Gilbert Peche 
and Joan late wife of John de Ingoldesthorpe tenant in chief for 
inter-marrying without King's licence. Pat. Rolls, 10 Edw. III. 
pt. ii. 34. v. sub Elmham, South. 

PECHES MANOR v. sub Alderton, &c. 

PECK. Pedigree. Add. 19144. Letter of Thomas Pecke of Bury to 
[Anthony] Rawlings 24 Sep. 1621. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 113. 

PEDDMARSHE (sic). 3 parts of a fee for Wm. son of Ralph. Joan 
wife of Sir Wm. Bello Campo one of sisters and heirs of Thos. Earl 
of Arundell. I.P.M., 14 Hen. VI. 35 ; Sir Edw. Nevill. Ib. 16 
Edw. IV. 66. 

PEDE or Pead. Pedigree. Add. 19144. of Bury St. Edmunds. 
Arms. Harl. 1560. 

PEDESTRE v. Pettistree. 

PEDHAM HALL MANOR v. sub Beyton. 

PEDIGREES of Suffolk families. Add. 8201-8217 ; Harl. 901, 1560, 
1754, 2141. Gough MSS. Suff. 5 Bodl. 18234 ; from collection of 
Rev. Thomas Leman by Joseph Hunter. Add. 24457, by Randle 
Holme. Harl. 2141. with arms. Tanner clxxx., ccxxvi. 3, 20, 
36, cclvii. ; Caius, 578 ; Add. 14309, 17065 ; Harl. 4205, 5842, by 
Jermyn of families of Bacon, Barrow, Butts, Castell, Claxton, Sorrell, 
Waldegrave and Wingfield. Add. 17097. From Visitations, Harvey, 
1563. Add. 14309. Rawl. B. 422; Raven, 1612, for William 
Camden. Harl. 1169. Temp. Jac. I. with additions by. Le Neve. 
Add. 5523 ; 5524 ; of 13 County families, 1633. Rawl. B. 422. 

, Index to Names in, in Harleian MS. 1487. Add. 9805. 

PEITO (John son of John de) acknowledges that he owes William de 
Haddeshagh 200 to be levied in default on his lands in Suffolk and 
Warwick. Close Rolls, 2 Edw. III. 39d 

PEITON al. Peituna v. Peyton. 

PEKECROFTE (Pykescroft) v. sub Gedding. 

PELECOE v. sub Thornham Magna. 

PELHAM, PELL, PELLS, and PEMBERTON. Pedigrees. Add. 19144. 



298 Pembroke. 

PEMBROKE (Wm. Earl of) and others. Commission to compound 
with people of Sufi, as to provisions for Household, 1628. Chancery. 
D.K.R. 43. App. i. p. 101. 

PENBREGGE and PENDROD al. Penred. Pedigrees. Add. 19144. 

PENESTON IN LOTHINGLAND. Hehvysa de Peneston formerly held of 
the King in chief a gersumary socage in, and one Walter Herberd held 
13a. lr., Henry Costin 13 ac. 1 rod and Seyer de Gapeton, William 
de la Mawe and Thomas Reynald held by purchase 13a. 1 rod of 
the same. H.R. ii. 166. 

. William Hemming of Gunton held of the King in chief 16a. 

1 gersumary socage fee Henry Hemming now holds. H.R. ii. 167. 
PENN (Rev. John) of Beccles d. 1814. Sermons upon various subjects. 

2 vols. 8vo. 1792. 

PENNING al. Pennyng of Kettleburgh and Ipswich. Pedigree. Tanner 

clxxx. 40; with arms. Harl. 1560, 1820; Tanner cclvii. 193. 

Add. 19144. Grant to Anthony Penning and another of lands in 

Suffolk, 14 Jac. I. 5 Para 0. Rot. 12. 

PENNINGTON, PENRICE and PENSHURST. Pedigrees. Add. 19144. 
PEPE WHITE'S v. sub Hintlesham. 
PEPPEN and PEPYS. Pedigrees. Add. 19144. 
PERCEVAL family. Arms. Add. 5524. 
PERCIVAL (Richard) and EDWARD DTJFFEILD. Grant to, of lands in 

Suff., 9 Jac. I. 3 Pars 0. Rot. 59. 

PERCY. Pedigree. Add. 19144, and arms. Tanner cclvii. 436. seqq. 
PERDITTTS, The Mis-anthrope : A Metrical Tale. Sudbury, 1824. 
PERHAM al. Perreham v. Parham. 
PERINTUN and EBBEFORD. Order to Sheriff to reinstate Henry de 

Ponte Andeomi in possession of his customs in. Close Rolls, 2 Hen. 

III. pt. ii. 18. 

PERKINS of Aldam. Pedigree. Tanner cclvii. 264. 
PERLAYS MANOR v. sub Sternfield. 
PERN or Pearne. Pedigree. Add. 19144. 
PERNE (John) official of the Archdeacon of Sudbury. Notice of. 

Tanner xx. 5. 

PERPOUNDS and POYNINGS MANOR v. sub Henstead M. 
PERPOTJNT (Sir Simon de) acknowledges that he owes John de Triple 

60 to be levied in default on his lands in Suff. Close Rolls, 15 

Edw. II. 34d. 

PESCOD. Pedigree. Add. 19144. 
PESECROFT v. sub Thorington. 



Pettaugh. 299 

PESEHALE al. Pesenhale v. Peasenhall. 

PESELINGWORTH al. Peselingworthe al. Peselyngworth v. Poslingford. 
PESENHALE. Pedigree. Add. 19144. 
PESTATRAL MANOR v. sub Heveningham. 

FETCHES (Thomas). Grant to, of land in Suff. 45 Eliz. 2 Pars 0. Rot. 5. 
PETECRU or Petecae. Pedigree. Add. 19144. 

PETER'S (St.) (? in Wangford). Certificate concern. Smith's bene- 
faction to, 1687-8. Tanner cxxxviii. 77. 
. Notice of pension paid to the rector by Sir John Tasburg. 

Tanner cxxxviii. 79. 
PETERS. Pedigree. Add. 19144. 
PETESTRE al. Petistree v. Pettistree. 
PETIT al. Pettit of Shepmedon from Kent. Pedigree. Harl. 155 : 1103 : 

1177 : 1449 : 1560 : with arms in trick, 1561. Rawl. B. 422. 
PETO. Pedigree. Add. 19144. Arms. Add. 5524. 
PETOWE family. Arms. Harl. 1449. 
PETRE and PETT. Pedigrees. Add. 19144. 

PETTATTGH (Petehaga, Pethage, Pethagh, Pethaghe, Pethale, Pet- 
hanger, Pethaugh, Pethawe, Pethaye, Pethlige, Pettawgh, Pette- 

haga, Pettehawe, Petteshaghe, Petthall). 
. Land of Hervey de Berri. Brictnold held in demesne 1 carucate 

and 30a. as a manor in K.E.'s time and 3a. meadow, and 5 freemen 

held 18a. and a church with 2|a. Dom. 4406. 
. Land of the Bp. of Bayeux. Siward a freeman in K.E.'s time 

held 5a. which Garenger now holds. Dom. 3776. 
. Land of St. Etheldreda. Thurkettle a freeman held 20a. and 

la. meadow. Him Hervey held of the King, and now of the Abbot 

by the filing's command. Dom. 384. 
, Order to let William Serpertin have land which belonged to 

Walter son of Humfry in. Close Rolls, 17 John pt. i. 6. 
, Conf. of a grant in, to Leiston Abbey, t. Hen. III. .Add. Ch. 

10294. 

, Land in, Robert de Monte Alto. 3 Edw. I. 29. 

, Pardon to John Phyvian ' le ferour ' for death of Warin Wys- 

man of, and consequent outlawry. Pat. Rolls, 35 Edw. I. 13. 

, Grants, &c., in, 1307. Add. Ch. 10300 : 1384. Harl. 57 

D. 2 : 1476. Add. Ch. 10074 : 1477. Add. Ch. 10076 : 1577. 

Add. Ch. 10233, 19376. 

, Land in, Seman Machom. I.Q.D., 4 Edw. II. 83, 5 Edw. II. 90. 

, Land in, Giles de Brewosa. I.P.M., 4 Edw. II. 40. 



300 Pettaugh. 

, One messuage and 60 acres in, John de Worlaunde. Ib. 6 

Edw. II. 34. 
, Pardon to Abbey of Leiston for acquiring without licence of 

John Rolfe 3 roods, and from John Res 3 roods in. Pat. Rolls, 

6 Edw. II. pt. i. 23. 
, Free warren in, Rad. de Bockinge. 12 Edw. III. 16. 

, Half a fee in, Katerina Breux. I.P.M., 3 Rich. II. 14. 
, One tenement and 100 acres of land, meadow, &c. Thos. son 

of John de Ketleburgh. Ib. 3 Rich. II. 39. 
, Half a Knight's fee in, Wm. de Ufford, Earl of Suff. and Joan 

his wife. Ib. 5 Rich. II. 57. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Robert Dove 

fol. 81. Henry Harlewyn fol. 114. 1458-1477. Christopher Carre 

fol. 236. John Herldom fol. 343. 

, Acknowledgment of recovery of, 1537-8. Eger. 2713. 

. Muster. 14 names, 1539. S.P. 652, M. 21. 

, Acquittance by Thomas Fastolf sen. of, to B. Gawdy, 1594. 

Eger. 2713. 
, Confirmation of lease of Sir Charles Framlingham and Elizabeth 

14 May 1595 to John Peache of Debenham of their tenement called 

Woodward's in, 9 Apl. 1596. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 56. 
, Lease of Sir Bassingborne Gawdy to John Peache of Debenham 

yeoman of land in, 1596. Eger. 2713. 

. Jas. Lynge v. John Fellgate. C.P., ser. ii. B. cix. 75. 

, Grant of rent charge on Abbots Hall and Woodwards manors 

in, 1631. Add. Ch. 15762. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1690. 
PETTATJGH v. sub Framsden Manor, Framsden, &c., Hacheston, &c., 

Helmingham, &c., Thorney, &c., Winston, &c. 
PETTAUGH MANOR v. sub Horsham M., &c., Leiston Abbey, Witnesham 

Manor, &c. 
PETTAUGH CHURCH. Extracts from Churchwardens' books. E.A. 

(N.S.) iii. 262. Extracts from Registers of. Ib. viii. 358. Collec- 
tions upon Briefs. Ib. 328, 348. Epitaphs in. Add. 21032. 

Monuments in. Add. 19110. Brass of J. Fastoffe and family 

(1549). Add. 32484, 32490. Plate. S.I. ix. 171. 
, Presentation of John de Stowe to, in King's gift by reason of 

his custody of land and heir of Reginald de Brokedysh. Pat. Rolls, 

27 Edw. I. 31. Or by reason of the lands late of Gilbert de Pecche 
being in his hands. 76. 34. 



Pettistree. 301 

. Stephen de Brokedissh. I.P.M., 1 Edw. II. 57. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 5216. 
PETTAUGH, GOSEBECK, FRAMESDEN, CRETINGHAM and WYNSTON. 

Fourth part of one fee in, Katerina Breux. I.P.M., 3 Rich. II. 14. 
, 4th part of a Knight's fee in, Wm. de Ufford Earl of Suff. and 

Joan his wife. Ib, 5 Rich. II. 57. 
PETTAUGH, GOSBECK, HELMINGHAM and WINSTON. Half a fee John 

Boyvill. Ib. 3 Rich. II. 13. 

. Half a fee, Katerina Breux. 76. 3 Rich. II. 14. 

, 1 Knight's fee in, Wm. de Ufford, Earl of Suff. and Joan his wife. 

Ib. 5 Rich. II. 57. 
PETTATJQH, HAVERHILL and HORSHAM MANORS. Rent issuing out of, 

Isabella late Countess of Warwick. 76. 18 Hen. VI. 3. 
, 10 rent in, Hen. de Bello Campo D. of Warwick. 76. 24 Hen. 

VI. 43. 
-, 10 rent in, Anna daur. and heir of Duke of Warwick. 76. 27 

Hen. VI. 34. 
PETTAUGH, WYNESTON and FRAMESDEN. John de Stracton grants 

by deed to Richard son of Thomas de Weyland all the lands, rents, etc. , 

which he has in, which de Brakedish rector of the Church of Pethag* 

holds for his life at a yearly rent of 5 marks to hold to the sd. 

Richard in tail with remainder to John his brother. Abbr. of PL, 

10 Edw. I. in fifteen day of East. 12. 
, Enrolment of deed made between John de Stratton and Thomas 

de Weylond Margaret his wife and Richard son of the sd. Thomas 

as to lands in, in fee tail ; which lands Thomas held for his life at a 

rent of 5J marks and now of one rosa reserved and that for scutage. 

Abbr. of PI., 10 Edw. I. East. 7. 
PETTAUGH, WINSTON and HELMINGHAM. Cristiana wife of John de 

Medefeld recovered seisin against Nicholas de Stotford .parson of 

the Ch. of Pethagh of 1 messuage 30 acres of land 1 of meadow and 

6s. Sd. rent in. O., 19 Edw. II. 9. 
PETTISTREE (Pedestree, Petestre, Petistre, Petistree, Petrestre, Petris- 

trel, Petrystree, Pettitre, Pistre, Pistreye, Pitestrey, Pittistre). 
, Philip Cornwallis of, admitted at Caius College. E.A. (N.S.) iu 

73. 

, Richard le Clerk of, mentioned. Close Rolls, 7 Edw. I. 3d. 

, Alice la Whyte and Eva her daughter v. John de Otteleye and 

others, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. I. 6d. 



302 Pettistree. 

, Alianor daughter of Robert Houel v. Bartholomew de Auellers 

and others, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 9 Edw. I. 4. 
, Order to escheater not to meddle with 20 acres arable and 4 

acres meadow in, as Robert de Ufford and Cicely his wife jointly 

held of the feoffment of Richard de Bosco and not held of the King. 

Close Rolls, 10 Edw. II. 20. 
, 1 messuage 80 acres of land 2 of wood and 15s. rent in, also 1 

messuage 100 acres of land 15 meadow 4 wood, 1 mill and 12. 7. 4. 

Robert de Ufford and Cecilia his wife. I.P.M., 10 Edw. II. 76. 

, Land in, Barth. son of John Davielers. Ib. 5 Edw. III. 76. 

, Stephen Bisshop of, mentioned. Close Rolls, 14 Edw. III. pt. i. 

49. 

, Ralph Broun of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 16 Edw. III. pt. i. Bd. 

, Quit claim by John Purchacz and Mary his wife to Robert 

Trilly of, and Joan his wife of a yearly rent for tenements in, 31 

Edw. III. Stowe Ch. 229. 
Land in, Robert de Ufford E. of Suffolk for Campsey Priory. 

I.P.M., 42 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 21. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Margery 

Croome fol. 54. Wm. Grubb fol. 73. John Wapounde fol. 128. 

1458-1477. Benedict Cottyll fol. 237. Benedict Groome fol. 54. 

John Peretree fol. 120. 
, Feoffment in, 1485. Add. Ch. 10559. 
, Warrant to John Goodall to give personal attendance upon 

Lords at Council Chamber 1634-5. S.P. 478, 508. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1727. 

PETTISTBEE v. sub Bing Manor, Brome Manor, Eye Manor, Hacheston, 

&c., Huntingfield, &c., Parham, &c., Rendlesham, &c., Suttonj 

Wickham, &c., Wickham Market, &c. 
PETTISTBEE MANOR. Market and fan* and free warren in, Roger de 

Huntingfeld. Chart. Rolls, 37 Hen. III. 11. 
PETTISTREE CHURCH. Notes on. E.A. (N.S.) iii. 160. Drawing 

of chancel window by Johnson. Add. 8987. Monuments in. Add. 

19112. Brass of Francis Bacon and 2 wives (1580). Add. 8987, 

32484. Plate. S.I. ix. 301. 
. Rector. Dom. Johannes, 1313. Harl. 52 A. 36. Close Rolls, 

17 Edw. II. 13d 
, Extent. Advowson of, William de Huntyngfeld. I.P.M., 7 

Edw. II. 47. 
, As to Eye Honor, William de Huntyngfeld. Ib. 50 Edw. III. 32. 



Peyton. 303 

, Advowson of, Robt. Ashfeld and others for B.M. Priory of 
Campsey. Ib. 22 Rich. II. 94. 

, Grant of lease on surrender to Chris. Walter, and Eliz. Peyton, 

of parsonage of, 1591. S.P. 16. 

PETTISTREE CHURCH v. Bing Manor, Bredfield Church, Loudham 
Ch., &c. 

PETTISTREE-CTJM-LOWDHAM. Church and parsonage. Tythes. Wm. 
Guthrye v. John Lane and other. 1622 at Wickham Market. 
Exch. dep. 

PETTIWARD and PETTOWE. Pedigrees. Add. 19144. 

PETTO. On some Parhelia seen at Sudbury. Phil. Trans. Abr. iv. 
361, 1699. 

PETTOTJR (Baldwin le), family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 187. 

PETTTJS family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 188. Pedigree. Add. 
19144. Licence of entry on lands in Suffolk to Thomas Pettus 
cousin and heir of Sir John, 1629. Chancery. D.K.R. 43. App. i. 
p. 150. Notices of Sir John Pettus of Chester Hall. Tanner 
cxxxviii. 81. Various letters of Sir John Pettus to John Hobart, 
1650-1. Tanner Ixix. Letter from Aug. Reve to Sir John Pettus 
as to rental of Manors of Rushall and Boylands, 1660. Tanner 
cccxii. 86. Letter of Sir John to Sancroft, 1679. Tanner ccxc. 
158. Letter of Sir John to Sancroft giving account of his life, 
1682. Tanner xxxv. 84. 

PETTYMAN (Sir John) (sic) Thomas Smith, Richard Pettyman, Henry 
G. and Will. Coleman. Grant to, of lands in Suff., 13 Jac. I. 4 Pars 
0. Rot. 182. 

PETYLEVERMERE v. Livermere. 

PETY and PEVEREL. Pedigrees. Add. 19144. 

PEWS. S.I. i. 105. 

PEWPREE family. Descent to Wright and Barwick. Rawl. B. 422. 

PEYSENHAL v. Peasenhall. 

PEYTON (Painetuna. Payton, Peiton, Peituna, Peynton, Peytones). 

PEYTON HALL MANOR (Two are in Boxford and the other in Ramsholt) 
v. sub Boxford and Ramsholt. 

PEYTON al. Payton family. S.I. iv. 370. Gipps's account of. S.I. 
viii. 188. Pedigree and arms. Harl. 155, 639, 1103, 1177, 1449, 
1484, 1560. Add. 5524, 14311. Rawl. B. 79, 144. Tanner cclvii. 
137. Genealogical notes. Rawl. B. 319. Lease to John Peyton, 
23 Eliz. 2 Pars O. Rot. 49 to Christopher Peyton and others, 
33 Eliz. 4 Pars 0. Rot. 68, Letter from Sir John Peyton of Great 



304 Peyton. 

Bradley to Sir Bass. Gawdy 8 March 1601-2. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. 
pt. iii. 78. Possessions in Suff. of Robert Peyton attainted, 3 Jac. II. 
Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 142 Of Boxford, Iselham, 
Bury, &c., and of Knowlton and Doddington. Pedigrees. Add. 
19144_Of Peyton, Ramsholt. Pedigree. Add. 19144, with 
arms in trick (1561). Rawl. B. 422 Of Stoke Nayland from 
family of Mallett. Rawl. B. 79, 80. 

PHELIP family. S.I. viii. 70. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 188. 
Pedigree. Add. 19144. 

PHILIBEKT, St., family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 188. 

PHILIPS of Halesworth, PHILLIPPS, PHILLIPSON and PHILPOT. Pedi- 
grees. Add. 19144, 19145. 

PHILLIPS of Melton. Burke L.G. 1268. Inquis. p.m. Sir Wm. 
Phelip. 19 Hen. VI. 30. Grant of lands in Suffolk to Francis 
Phelipps and Rich. Moore, 6 Jac. I. 4 Pars 0. Rot. 73 ; 5 Pars 
0. Rot. 1 ; 10 Pars O. Rot. 239. Ditto to Edward Phelipps and 
John Steward, 7 Jac. I. 2 Pars 0. Rot. 13. 

PHRASEOLOGY of Suffolk. N. and Q., 6th ser. iii. 187, 336, 437. 
Words. Ib. 5th ser. ii. 6, 9, 326, 454, 6th ser. v. 406. Dialect. 
Ib. 2nd ser. ix. 229. Couplet. Ib. 6 ser. xi. 106. Proverb. Ib. 
8th ser. ix. 437, 326. 

PICKARD, PICKERING, PIDGEON, PIERPONT, PIERPOINT. Pedigrees. 
Add. 19145. 

PIERREPONT (William). Bill 5 Ann as to partitions between him and 
the Hon. Charles Egerton and others and as to Settlement of William 
Peck. H.L. xviii. 235, 261, 263, 266, 269, 290, 292, 310, 320. 

PIERSON of Framlingham and PIGOTT. Pedigrees. Add. 19144, 5. 

PILBTJRY (?) (Pileberga) in Bosmere Hund. Land of Roger de OburviUe. 
Dot a freeman held 60a. as a manor in K.E.'s time now Roger holds 
in demesne, la. meadow. And 5 freemen held 30a. Dom. 404. 

PILCOCK al. Thornham Pilcock v. Thornham (Great). 

PILKINGTON. Pedigree. Add. 19145. 

' PINCHUNESGROFT ' and ' PiNCHUNESGRENE.' Lease by Simon 
le Longe and Alice Payn his wife late the wife of Henry de Pens- 
hurst to Richard atte Leghe of, of part of, 6 Edw. II. B. 2891. 

PINKNEY and PINNER. Pedigrees. Add. 19145. Arms of latter. 
Harl. 1820. 

PIPARD and PIPER. Pedigrees. Add. 19145. 

PIPERS MANOR v. sub Cockfield. 

PIPE ROLL. Extract from, 1 Hen. II. Bodl. 5015. 



Playford. 305 

PIEACY. Commissioners for repression of, Sir Owen Hopton, Sir Robt. 

Wingfeld, John Bleverhassett and Edw. Grimston, 1565. Acts 

of P.O. 285. 

PIRHO, PIRNHO and PIRNHOW. Pedigrees. Add. 19145. 
PISEHALE al. Pisehalla v. Peasenhall. 
PISTOR. Pedigree. Add. 19145. 
PISTRE al, Pistreye al. Pitistrey v. Pettistree. 
PITMAN and PITT of Crows Hall and Gt. Bealings. Pedigrees. Add. 

19145. Act to vest estate in Suff. of Geo. Pitt in trustees for sale. 

27 Geo. II. c. 24. 
PLACE NAMES, Suffolk. E.A. (N.S.) iii. 316, 352 (N.S.) iv. 43, 56, 70, 

266, vi. 65, 193, 237, 281. 
PLACES MANOR v. sub Sudbury. 
PLAOITA. Placita in itinere in com. Suffolciae, 5, 6, 11 and 12 Hen. III. 

Add. 12269 ; 42 Hen. III. et 14 Edw. I. Harl. 362. 
PLAINS, PLAIZ, PLAMPIN, PLANTAGENET (Earl of Lancaster), PLAN- 

TAGENET (Duke of York). Pedigrees. Add. 19145. 
PLATE and BELLS remaining in Suff. t. Edw. VI. D.K.R. 7. App. 

ii. p. 334. 

PLATER v. Playter. 
PLATT. Pedigree. Add. 19145. 
PLAYFORD (Plegeforda, Pleyford). 
, Account of. S.I. iv. 14. Stevenson family of Playford Mount. 

Burke L.G. 1499. Roman antiquities found at. S.I. i>i, 398. 

Hall visited by Suffolk Institute. S.I. ix. 331. 
. Lands of Robert Malet. Humfrey son of Robert holds of 

Robert Malet and Godwin son of Alfer held under the Queen in 

K.E.'s time 3 carucates as a manor. 1 church estate having lOa. 

12 freemen held lOOa. Dom. 3146. 

, Grants, &c., in, 1281-2. Add. Ch. 10180 : c. 1280-90. Add. 

Ch. 10175: 1288. Add. Ch. 10183 : 1295-6. Add. Ch. 10184- 

10186: 1299. Add. Ch. 10187 : 1326. Add. Ch. 9587 : 1346. 

Add. Ch. 10195 : 1415. Campb. i. 27. 

.Land in, Oliver de Ingham. I.P.M., 18 Edw. III. 49. 

, Merehalle in, John Holbrook. 76. 50 Edw. III. 31. John 

Fastolf in right of Margt. his wife. Ib. 7 Hen. IV. 34. Sir Hugh 

Fastolfe. Ib. 5 Hen. V. 49. Matilda wife of last. 76. 15 Hen. VI 

37. John Fastolfe. 76. 26 Hen. VI. 15. John Fastolf d. 8 Dec. 

1506 and George s. and h. 76. 22 Hen. VII. 57. Arthur Rushe 

d. 2 July 1537 and Anthony s. and h. 76. 29 Hen. VIII. 66. 

U 



306 Playford. 

, Free warren in, George Felbrig. Chart. Rolls, 7 and 8 Rich. II. 8. 

, Will of John Pykarde resident at, proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. 

, Lees Manor in, Thos. Sampson. I.P.M., 1 Rich. III. 36. 

, Thomas Sampson, puritan divine, b. ab. 1517 at. D.N.B. 1. 232. 

, Wardship of Thos. Felton heir of Sir Thos. Sampson of. S.P., 

4 Hen. VIII. 3582. 
, Pardon for Wm. Forster, laborer of, for having escaped and 

liberated certain persons from Dereham prison. S.P., 17 Hen. VIII. 

1736 (12). 

, Thos. Felton of, mentioned, 1536. S.P. 1257 ii. 

, Grant to Hen. Felton of, of the dignity of a Baronet, 1620. S.P. 

165. 
, Discharge to Hen. Felton of, of 1,110 paid by him on being 

created Baronet, 1620. S.P. 164. 
, Will of Dame Eliz. Felton of, 8 July 1639. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1369. 

, Letter to her son-in-law John Hobart, 1640. Tanner cclxxxvi. 

107 ; 1643. Tanner Ixix. 108. 
, Licence to Sir Thomas Felton to enclose a way in, 1708. Harl. 

7348. Doquet. Ib. 2263. 
. Included in Great and Little Bealings United School District. 

q.v. 2 Apr. 1875. L.G. 1942. 
PLAYFORD v. sub Eye Manor, Eye St. Peter Mon., Leiston Abbey, 

Playford Manor, Rushmere, &c., Tuddenham, Tuddenham, &c., 

Wickham, &c. 
PLAYFORD MANOR. Thos. Sampson. I.P.M., 1 Rich. III. 35. 

. Sir Richard Brooke d. 6 May 1529 and Robert s. and h. aged 

34. Ib. 2 Edw. VI. 60. 

. Thomas Felton d. 10 Feb. 1533 and Thomas s. and h. Ib. 

26 Hen. VIII. 3. 
PLAYFORD MANOR with land, &c., in towns of Playford, Kessegrave, 

Bokelesham, Russhemere, Tudenham, Culpho, Magna Belynges 

and Parva Belynges. Margt. Sampson. Ib. 16 Edw. IV. 48. 
PLAYFORD CH. Notes on. S.I. iv. 20. Notices from Mrs. Moor's 

MSS. relating to. 76. 19. Arms in. Ib. 62. Monuments in. 

Add. 19086. Brasses in. A.J. lii. 211, Ivi. 393, S.I. i. 148. Sir 

George Felbrigg buried in, 1401. Add. 32490. State of brass of. 

A.J. i. 70. Sir John Felbrigg buried in, 1423, and Thomas 

Sampson and Margery his wife buried in. S.I. iv. 19. Font in. 

Arch. x. 198. Plate. S.I. ix. 166. Visited by Suffolk Institute 

{1897). S.I. ix. 331. 



Plomesgate. 307 

. Held by Eye Priory. Ministers' accounts. 18 Edw. II. 

Bundle 1127, No. 4. 
, Grant by Chas. D. of Suff. to Crown of, in exchange by Deed, 

30 Hen. VIII. 1538. S.P. ii. 1182 (18a). 
. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 252. 

. Benefice. 1860, L.G. 3948. 1880, L.G. 1719. 1881, L.G. 

993. 
PLAYFORD CHURCH v. sub Culpho Church, Eye Honor, &c., Eye St. 

Peter Mon. 
PLAYFORD PARVA and WALDRYNQFELD, &c. J a fee in, per Wm. Russel, 

John D. of Norf. I.P.M., 11 Hen. VI. 43. 
PLAYFORD. Pedigree. Add. 19145. 
PLAYNE of Preston and Sudbury from London. Pedigree and arms. 

Add. 5524. Harl. 891 : 1449 : 1560 : 1820 ; Rawl. B. 

422. 
PLAYTER al. Plater of Sotterley family. Gipps's account of. S.I. 

viii. 188. Pedigree. 6 Rep. Hist. Com. 248. Add. 19145. Pedigree 

and arms. Add. 5524. Harl. 155, 1103, 1177, 1449, 1552, 1560, 

1820. Rawl. B. 79, 422. Sepulchral brasses at Sotterley 1479- 

1578. Add. 32484, 32489, 32490. MSS. of Sir John Playters. 

Harl. 3781. Inquis. p.m. of William Playter. 8 and 9 Hen. VIII. 

D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 123. Sir John Playters created a Bart. 1624. 

Ib. Rep. 47. App. p. 130. Warrant from the King to the County 

of Suffolk to obey the commission given to Thomas Playter 7 Dec. 

1642. 5 Rep. Hist. Com. 59. 
PLESANCE al. Piesance al. Pleasans of Brandon Ferry and Tuddenham. 

Pedigree and arms. Add. 5524< Harl. 891 ; 1449 ; 1560 ; 1820 ; 

Rawl. B. 422. Add. 19145. ^Lease of lands in Suff. to Thomas 

Pleasance 38 Eliz. 3 Pars O. Rot. 128. 

PLESSIS MANOR. William de Lasham. I.P.M., 16 Edw. II. 21. 
PLESTOW. Pedigree. Add. 19145. 
PLOMESGATE (Plomsgate) HUNDRED. Arch. x. 227. 
, 120 acres, &c., in Orford, Sudbourne and Gadegrave in, William 

de Cleydon and Alianora his wife. I.P.M., 4 Edw. III. 19. 

. Robert de Ufford E. of Suff. Ib. 43 Edw. III. pt. ii. 28. 
, Extent of manors in, 1575-1600. Add. 21054. 
, Abstract of accounts of Collector of Loan for, 1627. S.P., 

Chas. I. 365. 

, Returns by Justices of Peace for, 1636. S.P. 333. 1636-7. 

S.P. 269. 1637-8. S.P. 544. 1638. S.P. 282. 



308 Plomesgate. 

. Union formed 1805, General orders of the Local Registrar'* 

District 1847. L.G. 990. 1882. L.G. 2745. Government Board 

1875. L.G. 3096. 1877. L.G. 840-851, 2196-2203. 3013, 3503, 

5241. 1878. L.G. 54, 170. 1879. L.G. 741, 5778, 6025. 1881. 

L.G. 5356. 1887. L.G. 6880. Audit, 1879. L.G. 5892. 1882. 

L.G. 1342. 
PLOMESGATE HUND. v. sub Aldeburgh, Culpho, &c., Loes Hund., &c., 

St. Ethelred Liberty. 
PLOMESGATE HUNDRED MANOR. Compotus rolls, &c., relating to, 

1279-1784. Add. Ch. 10504-10519. 
PLOMESGATE, CARLFORD, WILFORD TRYLLING, COLNEYS and LOSE 

HUNDREDS. Grant to Dean and Chapter of Ely of, in tenure of 

Rob. Hddiche, 1541. S.P. 1226 (12). 
PLOMESGATE and PT. OF HOXNE HUNDREDS. Muster roll of 200 

footmen under Sir Thomas Glemham in, 1631. S.P. 152. 
PLOMESYERD (Plugeard, Plumisyerd) in Colneis Hund. Lands of Roger 

Bigot. 6 freemen with 30a. Osfert, Alwin, Woolmar, Ednoth, 

Goodrich, and Hardecnut, a. meadow. Dom. 340. 
. Lands of St. Ethddreda. A freeman Edwin held 2a. which 

Harvey now holds of the Abbot. Dom. 3856. 
, Land in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. I.P.M., 

35 Edw. I. 46. 
. Part of a fee per John Peyton, John D. of Norf. Ib. 1 1 Hen. VI. 

43. 

PLOUGH ALES. S.I. i. 79. 
PLOWMAN. Pedigree. Add. 19145. 

PLUME of Hawkedon Hall from Essex. Pedigree. Harl. 1560. 
PLUMER and PLUMME. Pedigrees. Add. 19145. 
PLUMSTED. Pedigree. Harl. 1449: 1560. Add. 19145. Petition 

of Aug. Plumsted to H.C. for release from arrest. 4 Rep. Hist. 

Com. 29. 

POCHIN and POCKLINTON. Pedigrees. Add. 19145. 
POCKUNGTON family of Chelsworth. Burke L.G. 1278. 
POE (Captain). Letter of recommendation from Committee of Suffolk, 

22 Car. I. H.L. viii. 402. 
POEMS of Suffolk authors collected by D. E. Davy. Add. 19202 

of Elizabeth Cobbold collected by Firman Josselyn (1795). Add. 

19203." The Suffolk Garland " by Rev. J. Ford (18 and 19 cent.). 

Add. 23965, 23966. 
POGSON of Edwardstone and Rougham. Pedigree. Add. 19145. 



Poley. 309 

POLE al. Poole (de la) family. S.I. iii. 332, 335, vii. (xxxii.), viii. 31, 34. 
Arch. Ivi. 325-9. Pedigree. Harl. 1139, 1449, 1552. Queen's 
Ixxi. Ixxiv. 4. Add. 19126, with arms. Tanner cclvii. 28. Gipps's 
account of. S.I. viii. 190, 191. History of. S.I. vii. 51. Notes 
on. Bodl. 5110. Michael de la Pole E. of Suffolk. Arch. i. 144 
(a) (b), 159 (c), 145 (a) (b), 160 (c), xx. 507, xl. 455, xlvi. 280. Divers 
deeds enrolled as to lands in Suffolk, 9 Rich. II. M. Pas. Rec. Rot. 
12. 22 Rich. II. Hil. Rec. Rot. 211 Hen. IV. Pas. Rec. Rot. 2. 
Created E. of Suffolk. Chart. Rolls, 9 and 10 Rich. II. 29, 28. 
Bailiffs' accounts of fee farms within Honor of Eye, 11 Hen. IV. 
Exch. 1 Rep. on Pub. Rec. (1800) p. 186. Act of Parliament for, 
25 Hen. VI. M. Trin. Rec. Rot. 3. Annuity not forfeited though 
land seised. R.P. iii. 219. William de la Pole, D. of Suffolk. 
Arch. i. 89 (a) (b), 101 (c), xxii. 390, xliv. 467, 469, 472. Created 
Marquis. Chart. Rolls, 21-24 Hen. VI. 19 and 20. Created Duke. 
25 and 26 Hen. VI. 3. Convicted of treason 1503. R.P. vi. 545. 
Death of said William. Arch. xxix. 320. John de la Pole, D. of 
Suffolk. Arch. i. 354 (a), 356 (b), 381 (c), xiii. 10, 17, xxvi. 282. 
Biographical notice of. Add. 6198. Consanguinity with Wingfield. 
Add. 5524. Arms. Ib. Homages in his Honor of Eye, 1463. 
Add. 32624. General deed of feoffment by, to William Dudley, 
Thomas Chaundler clerk Richard Harecourt and Edmund Rede 
Knt. and others of all his lands and possessions, 9 June 15 Edw. IV. 
15 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ix. 271. Edmund de la Pole, E. of 
Suffolk. Acknowledgment of homage in Co. Suffolk 1495. Stowe 
Ch. 234. Inq. de poss. 1 and 2 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. 
p. 121, 2-3 Hen. VIII. Ib. 3 and 4 Hen. VIII. Ib. p. 122. Cardinal 
Pole. Status familice. Camb. Baumgarten. Papers 3, 9 (2). 
Paper on, by Wright. B.A.A. xxix. 423. Ministers' accounts of 
lands of. D.K.R. 20. App. pp. 100, 106. 

POLESWORTH al. Polingworth v. Poslingford. 

POLEY al. Pooley family. S.I. iii. 358. Gipps's account of. S.I. 
viii. 189. Pedigree and Arms. Add. 5524. Harl. 155, 891, 1103, 
1177, 1449, 1463, 1560, 1820. Caius 554. Rawl. B. 422. Licence 
of entry on lands in Suff. to William Poley son of Sir William (1630). 
Chancery. D.K.R. 43. App. i. p. 155. Descent of Poleys from 
Bladwell Lee and Harvye. Harl. 1174 of Badley. Pedigree. 
Tanner clxxx. 15, cclvii. 434. Add. 19145 with arms. Rawl. 
B. 79, 80. With quarterings. Tanner cclvii. 175, 235. Brasses 
at Badley (1613, 1615). Add. 32483 of Boxstead and Columbine 



310 Poley. 

Hall. Pedigree. Add. 19145. Burke L.G. 1280. S.I. iii. 359- 

370. N. and Q., 3rd ser. ii. 417, 546, 8th ser. xii. 508 of Stow- 

market. Pedigree. Tanner cclvi. 265 of Yoxford. Pedigree. 

Ib. clxxx. 14. 

POLL-BOOKS, Suffolk. E.A. (N.S.) iv. 383, v. 14, 143, 369. 
POLL TAX. Collection of Suff. . Edw. V. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 256. 

Receipts, 1641. S.P. Addenda 636. 
POLLARD family. Arms. Add. 5524. 
POLLEDHOK v. sub Belstead, &c. 

POLSTEAD (Polestead, Polesteda, Polsted, Polstede, Poulsted). 
. 7 Rep. Hist. Com. 105. Farms in. 14 Rep. pt. vi. N.S. i. 

413. Gospel oak at. E.A. (N.S.) iii. 88. Wills of Agnes Page and 

Rich. Taylor of. 8 Rep. Hist. Com. 3336. Will of Thos. Turner of. 

Cur. Proerog, Cant. 39 Weddon. The Red Barn of. S.I. vi. 

323. 

, Bequests of land at, late 10 cent. Harl. 43 C. 4. 

. Lands of Suane. Robert, Suane's father held in K.E.'a time 

4 carucates as a manor 1 mill. 31a. meadow. Dom. 401. 
. Hoketon in, Lands of Ralph de Limesi. Huthrad held in K.E.'s 

time as a manor 2 carucates lOa. meadow. Dom. 428. 
, Hugh de Polstede held 2 fees and 3 parts of a fee of the Honor of 

Releye in. T. de N. 292. 
, Richard de Argent and Joan his wife appointed John de Kancia 

their attorney in proceedings against Hugo de Polstede defor. cone. 

the 3rd part with rent in. Close Rolls, 13 Hen. III. m. 18rf. 
, Grants, &c., in Ernefeld, &c., in, early 13 cent.-*. Hen. III. 

1257. Harl. 50 F. 53, 54, 50 G. 1, 2, 4. Harl. 50 G. 3. 
, Grant of rent in Sunfeld in, on a marriage, early Hen. III. 

Harl. 50 C. 60. 
, Grants, &c., in, late Hen. III. Harl. 50 G. 7 : 1301. Harl. 

57 E. 15: 1337. Harl. 56 H. 34 : 1376. Harl. 47 H. 48: 

1658. Add. Ch. 1042. 
, Wont to be held in chief of King for 3 knights' fees. 1 is in 

Penyton and pertains to the sd. town of, and William de Lamberne 

(? Lamburn) and Edmund de Kemeset held the sd. town of, in chief 

of the King by 2 fees. H.R. ii. 142, 150. 
, William de Lamberne has warren in. Ib. 143, 153. 

, Hugh de Polsted held of the King in chief Peniton (Penyton) 

belonging to Manor of, for one knight's fee and sold same to St. 

Peter's Ipswich. H.R. ii. 144, 150. 



Polstead. 311 

, Hugh Oildebuf and others v. John de Camoys and others, touch. 

a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. 10. 
, Radulph de Perers and Lucy his wife v. William de Tendring 

and others, touch, a tenement in. 76. 7 Edw. I. 10. 
, Free warren in, William de Tendringe. Chart. Rolls, 13 Edw. I. 

67 ; John de Peyton. /&. 26 Edw. I. 5. 
. Extent. William de Tendring and Beatrice his wife. I.P.M., 

33 Edw. I. 60. 

, Peter deKemesek held, in barony of Releigh. I.Q.D.,lEdw.II.66. 
, Free warren in, Edward de Geddinge. Chart. Rolls, 1 Edw. III. 

50. 
, Pardon to John Bp. of Colchester for not pleading in suit of 

James de Lambourne. Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. III. pt. i. 3. 
, Feoff ment by Gilbert Chambyrlayn of Boxford, and Maud his 

wife, to John Coleman of Redeswelle and Alice his wife of a messuage 

&c., in. 18 Edw. III. A. 9585. 
, Feoffment by Amian ' le Cartere ' of Kersey to Wm. Startout 

of, of a messuage in, 30 Edw. III. A. 9303. 
, Pardon out of regard for Good Friday to Hugh Bandewyne of, 

for death of Geoffrey Torel killed before Palm Sunday 8 Rich. II. 

provided that he did not murder him. Pat. Rolls, 9 Rich. II. pt. ii. 5. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands in, 7 to 8 Hen. VI. Bundle 1245, 

No. 16. 
, Purchase of lands and rents in, Robt. Fenne v. Robt. Wassher 

and other feoffees of John Heel. E.C.P. 25 Hen. VI. 14, 16. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands of William Say in, 20 Edw. IV. to 

1 Hen. VII. Bundle 1 122, No. 8. 
, Castells Manor in, Elizabeth Chamberleyne wife of Sir Robert 

C. d. 23 May 1517, and Sir Ralph C. s. and h. I.P.M., 9 Hen. VIII. 

117. Sir Ralph d. 4 Mar. 1523 and Edw. s. and h. 76. 14 Hen. VIII. 

106. 

, Deeds relating to, 1519, 1574. Add. Ch. 27699 ; 27700. 
, Precipes on covenants cone, land in, 1555. Add. Ch. 25278 : 

1561. Add. Ch. 25302. 
, Mortgage by Edm. Wheler the elder of, to Robt. Leyes of Stoke 

by Naylond, of ' Capells Tenement,' in, 1582. A. 6589. Bond 

accompanying. A. 5356. 
, Action by Thomas Coe against Sir William Walgrave and John 

Skynner as to deeds relating to lands in, purchased by plaintiff 

and his father of Sir William Wallgrave. C.P. i. 154. 



312 Polslead. 

-, Action by John Lunglie against Robert Rerie for performance 

of a will as to freehold lands in, and copyhold lands called Piggs and 

Goodings late the estate of Roger Lunglie the testator. C.P. ii. 

146. 
, Geo. Younger begs allowance of his extent for debt of a house 

and land called Bretts in, 1652. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 1269. 
. Rectory and parish. Tithes. Jas. Bromwell v. Edwd. 

Cooper, 32 Chas. II. Exch. dep. 
- Ditto, v. Wm. Reddlesdale, 33 Chas. II. at Ipswich. Exch. dep. 

, Action involving right to advowson. Jas. Bromwell v. Thos. 

Flower, 2 Jas. II. at Norwich. Exch. dep. 
, Conveyance of a chapel upon trust for the Primitive Methodists. 

Trust Deed. 1839, 186, 1. 
, A parcel of ground in, for Particular Baptists. Trust Deed. 1849, 

67, 18. 
. Included in the Lavenham Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1620. 
. School Board. Formed compulsorily 28 May 1875. L.G. 

2812. 

. Bye-laws set out 2 Nov. 1877. L.G. 5970. 
. Confirming Local Government Order (Poor Law). 47 and 48 

Viet. c. 47. 

POLSTEAD v. sub Assuigton, Cosford Hund., Gedding, &c., Leaven- 
heath Ch., Higham, &c., Peyton Hall Manor, Shelley, &c., Stoke, &c. 

Stoke by Nayland, Stoke by Nayland, &c., Stratford, &c. 
POLSTEAD MASTOB. Court rolls (1277-1506). Add. Rolls, 27681, 

27093 : (1523-1534). Add. Rolls, 34937. 

. Extent. The King. I.P.M., t. Hen. III. 244. 

. Hugo Foisted. Ib. 50 Hen. III. 34. 

. In hands of King for 2 years after death of Hugh de Foisted. 

H.R. ii. 146. 

. Extent. William de Lamburn. I.P.M., 28 Edw. I. 14. 

, Licence for Petronilla de Kemesek' to grant to James de Lam- 

burne and Joan his wife and his heirs a moiety of, held in chief and 

for the grantees to re-convey to the grantor for her life with remainder 

to Thomas her son for life and then to James de Lambourne and 

Joan and his heirs. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. II. pt. ii. 12. Fine paid. 

O., 1 Edw. II. Ri. 11. 

. Extent. Thomas de Lamborne. I.P.M., 35 Edw. III. 110. 
. William de Lamburne. Ib. 36 Edw. III. 106. 



Ponynges. 313 

, Order to accept security from William Cheyne and Joan his wife, 

sister and heir of William de Lambourne dec. for a reasonable relief 
in respect of, held in chief of the King as of the Honor of Reyleygh. 
O., 36 Edw. III. 5. 
, Sir Will. Waldegrave d. 30 Jan. 1527 and Geo. s. and h. I.P.M., 

19 Hen. VIII. 44. Sir Geo. d. 8 July 1528 and Will. s. and h. Ib. 

20 Hen. VIII. 18. Sir Will. d. 7 Nov. 1554 and Will. s. and h. Ib. 
I and 2 P. and M. 92. 

POLSTBAD MANOR and CHURCH. Extent. Ric. Waldegrave. Ib. 

13 Hen. VI. 27. 
POLSTEAD CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19077, 19078. Brasses 

in (c. 1440, c. 1490). Add. Ch. 32483, 32490. Plate. S.I. ix. 212. 

Visited by Suffolk Institute. S.I. vi. 324. 

. Persona, t. Hen. III. Michael. Harl. 54 D. 23, G. 32: 

1403. Joh. Brook. Harl. 47 A. 29. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 261. 

. Benefice. 25 Feb. 1863. L.G. 191 1881. L.G. 859. 
POLSTEAD, HURFERCIA (? Withermarsh), STRATFORD and LAVEKHAM. 

Devised by Will of Lady ^Ethelfled to Count Berthnot and her sister 

the lady ^Egelfred for lives and after for maintenance of the burial 

place of her ancestors ante 991. Harl. in Thesauri Ling. vet. Septrm. 

conspectum Wottonianum. Lond. 1708. 
POLSTEAD and LEVENHEY MANORS. Livery of, and advowson of Ch. 

of Polstead to Sir William Waldegrave kinsman and next heir of 

Sir Will. Waldegrave sen. (viz. son of Geo. Waldegrave s. and h. 

of the sd. Sir Will. Waldegrave sen.), 1541. S.P. 878 (4). 
POLSTEAD and SOHAM CHURCHES. Bogo de Clare, parson of, mentioned. 

Pat. Rolls, 22 Edw. I. 6d. 
POLSTED. Pedigree. Add. 19145. Attorney of Mich, de Polsted 

cone, debts. Robert de Nutsted. Close Rolls, 12 Hen. III. D.K.R. 

27. App. p. 80. John Polested of Suffolk. S.I. x. 200. . 
POND MANOR and PONDHALL MANOR v. sub Hadleigh, Linstead, Gt. 
POND HALL and COSFORD MANORS. Receipt by John Boone Abbot of 

Bury through Thomas Cresse bailiff, of Edward Doyle for year's 

rent for, 34 Hen. VI. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 122. 

, Appointment by Sir Henry Wentworth and others of Edw. 

Doyle to receive seisin of, 12 Hen. VII. Ib. 1309. 
POND. Pedigree. Add. 19145. 
PONTE (De). Pedigree. Add. 19145. 
PONYNGES, POYNINOS MANOR v. sub Henstead Manor, Wrentham. 



314 Pooley. 

POOLEY of Metfield. Pedigree. Add. 19145 v. also Poley. 

POOK. Order in Council to the Justices of Suff. to make provision for, 
1631. Tanner cxiv. 122. 

POPE family. S.I. ii. 363, 424. Sir Thomas Pope E. of Downe. 
Pope of Mildenhall. Pedigrees. Add. 19145. Grant of lands in 
Suffolk to Thomas Pope, 36 Hen. VIII. 4 Pars O. Rot. 76. 

PORINGLAND, PoRYNGLOND, LITTLE. Copy of the register of Bury as 
to lands in, with grant of abbot Samson's to Roger de Gessynges 
t. Hen. VII. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 132. 

PORTER of Hallesworth. Pedigree and Arms. Harl. 1560. Pedigree. 
Add. 19145. 

PORTRAITS. Catalogue of engraved portraits, maps, &c., relating to 
Suffolk by D. E. Davy 19th cent. Add. 19173-19175, 19183. 

PORTS of Suffolk. To prepare force to repress the malice of the Flemings. 
Close Rolls, 15 Edw. II. \M. List of 29 creeks, landing places and, 
1578 (?). S.P. Addenda 554. 

POSLINGFORD (Peselingworth, Peselingworthe, Peselyngworth, Poles- 
worth, Polingworth, Poselingwrdia, Poselingworth, Poslyngford, 
Poselingworthe, Poselingwrth, Poselyngford, Poselyngworth, 
Poselyngwrd, Poslingeurda, Poslingewrda, Poslingworth, Poslingwrda, 
Poslynford, Poslyngford, Posselyngworth, Postlingford, Postling- 
worth.) Arch. xi. 52, 57. Celts of flint and stone from. Arch. xxxi. 
497. Cumber lege- Ware family of. Burke L.G. 1651. Antiquities 
found at. S.I. i. 26, 87. 

. Land of St. Edmund. 12 freemen in K.E.'s time held 60a. 

Dom. 3706. 

. Land of Richard son of Earl Gislebert. A freeman Edrie held 

35a. 2a. meadow. And 6 freemen held 85a. Dom. 3966. 

. Lands of Ralph Baynard. 3 freemen held a carucate and 20a. 

And another freeman held a carucate and a half, and another 
a carucate and a half and 4a. meadow, and 2 other freemen 
held 160a. which Richer holds. A church with 40a. Dom. 
4136. 

, Henry de Hastinges and William Norgant had lands in. T. de 

N. 284. Roger Galina had lands in. T. de N. 284. 

, Roger de Poslingworth held a fourth of a knight's fee in, of 

Henry de Hastinge and Henry of Walter son of Robert and he of 
the King. T. de N. 292. 

, Hugh son of Adam held a 4th part of a fee of Rad. son of William 

and Rad. of the Honor of Clare, in. T. de N. 292. 



Poslingford. 315 

, Robert Fitz Walter held of the King in chief as of the Honor of 

Castle Baynard. H.R. ii. 151. 
, Held by Robert Fitz Walter of the King in chief of the fee of 

Bainnard with the advowson of the Ch. H.R. ii. 171. 
, Earl Glovern claimed to have warren in the fee of Bainnard and 

fee of St. Edmund in. H.R. ii. 173. 
, Margery daughter of Richard le Riche v. William son of Adam 

(or Ada) de Wanteford and others, touch, a tenement in. Pat. 

Rolls, 4 Edw. I. 22rf. 
, Geoffrey de Estwell v. Adam (or Ada) de Estwell, touch, a 

messuage and land in. Ib. 5 Edw. I. 19. 
, William de Dunton and Dionisia his wife v. Juliana Galamid 

and Humphrey son of Hugh Fitz Adam, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 

6 Edw. I. 3d. 

, Grants, &c., in, 1294. Harl. 49 H. 34 : 1312. Harl. 56 F. 

16: 1320. Harl. 55 A. 2 : 1375-1414. Harl. Roll. O. 27: 

1382. Harl. 48 D. 3, 4 : 1421. Harl. 48 D. 15 : 1575. Harl. 

48 D. 49. 
, 64 acres in, John Brustevyn pro Priore and Convent of Done- 

mawe of Honor of Barnard's Castle. I.P.M., 2 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 

104. 

, 1 fee 10 in, Robert Fitz Walter. Ib. 2 Edw. III. 59. 
, Order to deliver to Joan late wife of Robert le fitz Wantier 

in dower a fee in, held by the heir of John de Hastingg' of the yearly 

value of 10. Close Rolls, 2 Edw. III. (1328) 7. 
, Licence for alienation in mortmain by John Brustemyn of, of a 

messuage land and rent in, to the Priory of Donemawe. Pat. Rolls. 

2 Edw. III. pt. ii. 30. 
, Land in, Lawrence de Hastynges E. of Pembroke. I.P.M., 

22 Edw. III. 47. 
, Land in, John de Hastynges E. of Pembroke. Ib. 49 Edw. III. 

pt. i. 70. 
, 3 fees and 3rd part of a fee per Wm. son of Ralph. Rog. de Mortuo 

Man, Earl of March. Ib. 22 Rich. II. 34. 
, Licence for the alienation in mortmain to Priory of Donemowe 

by John Park vicar of the Church of, of lOOa. of land 20 of meadow 

20 of pasture and 10 of wood in, not held in chief. Pat. Rolls, 2 

Hen. IV. pt. iv. 10. 
, a fee per Wm. son of Ralph, Edm. de Mortuo Mari, Earl of 

March. I.P.M., 3 Hen. VI. 32. 



316 Posting ford, 

, 4 fees and 3 parts of a fee in, Wm. son of Ralph, Anna wife of 

Edm. late Earl of March. Ib. 11 Hen. VI. 39. 

, 1 fee for Thos. de Chamber, Joan wife of Sir Wm. Bello Campo 

one of sisters and heirs of Thos. Earl of Arundell. Ib. 14 Hen. VI. 35. 

, Land in. Ric. D. of York, father of the King. Ib. 3 Edw. IV. 14. 

. Sir Edward Nevill. Ib. 16 Edw. IV. 66. 

. Muster. Names of 10 able men, 1539. S.P. 652, M. 21. 

, Precipes on a covenant cone, land in, 1578. Add. Ch. 25364. 

, Action as to manors of Netherhall and Overhall. And tithes. 

John Mallowes v. Thos. Golding 1606-7, at Bury St. Edmunds. 
, John Strutt of, compounds for delinquency 1646. S.P., Cal. 

of Comp. 1389. 
. School, National Society, Established Church. Trust Deed. 

1845, 71, 17. 
. Included with Chipley in the Wickhambrook Highway District 

20 March 1863. L.G. 1616. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 11 July 1879. L.G. 4280. 

POSLENGFORD v. sub Chapman's Manor, Chipley Abbey, &c., 

Clare, &c., Clare (Gilbert de), Newhall Manor, Whelnetham, Gt., &c., 

Wixoe, &c. 
POSLINGFORD MANOR. Robert Fitz Walter held, of the King in chief 

with the advowson of the Church. H.R. ii. 195. 
. Extent. Gilbert Pecche and Isolda his wife. I.P.M., 16 

Edw. II. 48. 

, Order in suit respecting, Isolda late wife of Gilbert Pecche 

suggesting that Stephen brother of Sir Thomas de la Chaumbre 

granted to said Gilbert. Close Rolls, 17 Edw. II. 22, 9. 

, 1 fee in, John de Hastynges. I.P.M., 18 Edw. II. 83. 

. Hen. Wentworth. Ib. 22 Edw. IV. 11. 
POSLINGFORD MANOR and CHURCH. Thos. Golding, lord and patron 

of, mentioned, 1635. S.P. 185. 
POSLINGFORD HALL v. sub Clare. 
POSLINGFORD CHURCH. Paper on, by Jarvis. S.I. viii. 241. View 

of chancel. Ib. 245. Font. Ib. 246. Bells. Ib. Notes by Davy 

(1831). Ib. 247. Monuments in. Ib. 248-254. Add. 19103. 

Mural paintings in. A.J. liii. 160. Plate. S.I. ix. 6. Extracts 

from Registers. S.I. viii. 247. Visited by Suffolk Institute (1893) 

S.I. viii. 241. Vicars of. Ib. 255.Capellanus Martinus [1139-51] 

Harl. 76 F. 35. 
William, vicar of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 12 Edw. III. pt. ii. 28. 



Pottery. 317 

, Licence to Robert E. of Sussex to alienate rectory of, to Thos. 

Goldyng, 1541. S.P. 1056 (2). 
, George and Henry Goldynge to shew title to Rectory of, 15 

Eliz. M. Trin. Rec. Rot. 29. 

, Francis Abbot, vicar of, mentioned. S.P. 1634. 269, 321 : 

1635. 185, 195: 1640. S.P. 423. 
. Grant 28 Hen. VIII. to Robert Earl of Sussex supposed to be 

escheat on account of defective title, 11 Jac. I. Exch. Spec. Com. 

D.K.R. 38. App. 94. 

. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. L.G. 859. 

POSIJNGFORD and DENARDESTON. The Earl of Gloucester claimed 

warren in. H.R. ii. 196. 
POSLINGFORD and DERKEWIK. Robertson of Sampson de Synelesho 

v, Hugh Pecche, senior and Roger de Priditon, touch, a tenement in. 

Pat. Rolls, 6 Edw. I. 24d. 
, Robert son of Sampson de Sinelesho and Mabel his wife, Walter 

son of William de Clopton and Alice his wife v. Hugh Pecche the 

elder and Roger de Pridinton touch, a tenement in. 76. 6 Edw. I. 

19d. 

POSLINGFOKD, SHADDYSHILL, DENSTON, WYKHAMBROOKE, SlANSFIELD, 

CHYLTON, and CLARE. Fragment of a rental relating to land in, 

1 Hen. VI. 1422. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 60. 
POSIJNGFORD. Pedigree. Add. 19145. 

POSSEFIELD (?) (Possefelda) in Loes Hund. Land of Robert Malet. 

2 freemen held 30a. 3a. meadow. Dom. 3266. 
POSTLE. Pedigree. Add. 19145. 

POSTS in Suffolk. Order that Mr. Cornwalis shall dispatch, 1553. 

Acts of P.C. 303. 

POTTER. Pedigree. Add. 19145. 
POTTER (Robt.), Prebendary of Norwich and Vicar of Lowestoft b. 

in 1721, d. 1804. D.N.B. xlvi. 219. Works : " Poems " 1774, 

8vo. On Poor Laws. Lond. 1775, 8vo. Trans, of ^Eschylus. 17 77, 4fo. 

Notes to ^Eschylus. 1777, 4fo, 2nd edit. 1779, 2 vols. 8vo, corrected 

in many places. Euripides, 1st vol. 1781, 4to., 2nd vol. 1782. 

Sophocles. 1788, 4to. An Inquiry into some passages of Dr. 

Johnson's Lives of the Poets. 1783, 4to. Trans, of Oracle cone. 

Babylon, &c. 1785, 4to. A Sermon on the Thanksgiving for the 

Peace. 1802. 
POTTERY. Exhibition of, found in Suffolk. B.A.A. xxii. 109. 

Acoustic, in Suff. Churches. E.A. (N.S.) iii. 45. 



318 Pottesford. 

PoTTESFORL) (Potesforda) in Loes Hund. Lands of Hervey de Berri. 
Odon holds as a manor 80a. which Wenning held as a manor. 6a. 
meadow. And 8 freemen held 30a. and l^a. meadow. William 
Malet was seised at his death. Dom. 4436. 

, One fee in, Katerina Breux. I.P.M., 3 Rich. II. 14. 

. Tenement. Robt. Wingfeld. Ib. 10 Hen. IV. 28. 

POULSTED v. Polstead. 
POTJLTER. Pedigree. Add. 19145. 
POTJNTNEY MANOR v. sub Mellis. 

POWELL Family. Pedigree of. E.A. (N.S.) iv. 256 of Rendham. 
Pedigree. Add. 19145. Pedigree of family. Edited by E. Powell. 
1891. 

POWER, POWLE, POWLETT, POWNDER, POWYS and POYNINGS. Pedi- 
grees. Add. 19145. 

POWNEY family of Milden Hall, Lavenham. Burke L.G. 1293. 
POYNTZ. Pedigree. Harl. 891. 
PRAELLS and PRATO (De). Pedigrees. Add. 19146. 
PRATT family. Wills of. E.A. vii. 294 of Ipswich from London. 
Pedigree. Add. 5524, 19146. Harl. 891, 1449, 1561 with arms in 
trick. Rawl. B. 422. 

PRENTICE and PRESCOTT. Pedigrees. Add. 19146. 
PRESCOTT (Sir John) Sheriff of Suff. Licence to dwell out of Co. 1627. 

Chancery. D.K.R. 43. App. i. p. 53. 
PRESS. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 
PRESSENEY family of Stanningfield. S.I. iii. 300. 
PRESTON (Prestetona, Prestetuna, Prestone, Prestune). 

. Lands held of the Earls of Oxford. Rawl. B. 319. 

PRESTON (Prestetona) in Babergh. Lands of Roger de Poictou. Ulwar 
a freeman in K.E.'s time held as a manor 2 carucates. And 9a. 
meadow. And 3 freemen had 23a. Dom. 350. 

. Lands of St. Edmund. In K.E.'s time held a freeman with 

3 carucates in demesne now Arnulf holds. 3a. meadow. And 3 
socmen held 26Ja. and a. meadow. A church living with 7a. 
Dom. 3596. 

PRESTON (? Prestetuna) in Carlford Hund. Lands of Rarntlf, brother 
of Ilger. 10 freemen held 1 carucate. la. meadow. Dom. 
4246. 

PRESTON (?) (Prestetuna) in Plomesgate shd. be Colneis. Land of 
Robert Malet. 1 bordar with 3a. and \ a meadow. Dom. 
317. 



Preston. 319 

, Assise concerning four virgates of land and one tof t in, between 
William the clerk and Thomas de Medenham whether the same are 
frankalmoign or lay tenure belonging to Thomas. Abbr. of PI. 
2 John 16. 

, Basilia de Otteleye held half a fee of the Honor of Lancaster in. 



T. de N. 291. 

, Robert de Whelnetham held half a fee in, of William de Kent- 
well and he of the King. T. de N. 292. 
, Grants, &c., in, [1214-21]. Harl. 57 G. 4 :t. Edw. I. Harl. 

47 G. 39, 52 I. 49 : 1583. Harl. 57 H. 18. 
, Richard de Pleyford held a knight's fee in, in chief of the King 

then held of Edmund brother of the King. H.R. ii. 142, 151, 194. 
, Gilbert de Kentwelle held in chief of the King one carucate of 

land in, for half a knight's fee and gave to Hospital of Batesford in 

frankalmoin. Ib. 142, 150, 194. 
, Geoffrey son of Radulph de Ressebrok v. Nicholas his son touch. 

a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. Qd. 
, Robert de Preston v. John de Peyton, touch, a way obstructed 

in. Ib. 1 Edw. I. 16d. 
-, Robert son of Thomas Bringelove v. Juliana daughter of Berta 

de Preston, and Richard Pecche, touch, possessions in. 76. 1 Edw. I. 

6d!. 

, 60 acres in, Thomas de Offeleye. I.P.M., 25 Edw. I. 38. 

, Land in, Stephen de Brokedissh. Ib. 1 Edw. II. 57. 

, 201. rent in, Henry Garlaund for Dean and Chapter of Ch. of 

Holy Trinity of Cicestre. Ib. 7 Edw. II. 52. 

, Land in, Gilbert de Clare E. of Gloucester. Ib. 8 Edw. II. 68. 

, Land in, Thomas de Grey and Alicia his wife. Ib. 15 Edw. II. 22. 



, Half a fee in, Adomarus de Valencia E. of Pembroke and Maria 

his wife. Ib. 17 Edw. II. 75. 
, Ralph Swyft of, acknowledges that he owes the abbot of St. 

Osyth 80 to be levied in default on his lands in Suffolk. Close 

Rolls, 19 Edw. II. M. 
, Half a fee in, David de Strabolgi, Earl of Athol and Joan his 

wife touch. Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem. I.P.M., 1 Edw. III. 

85. 
, Half a fee in, Thos. Earl of Lancaster, per Amisiam de Preston. 

76. 1 Edw. III. 88. 
, Free warren, Robert de Vere E. of Oxford. Chart. Rolls, 4 

Edw. III. 37. 



320 Preston. 

, Land in, Robt. de Bures and Hillaria his wife. I.P.M., 5 Edw. 

III. 55. 
, Free warren in, Trinity Priory Ipswich. Chart. Rolls, 7 Edw. III. 

38. 
, Land in, Win. de Kenteford for Holy Trinity Priory of Ipswich. 

I.P.M., 9 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 54. 
, Land in, Wm. Vicar of Rushmere and Hamo Dyke de Wydekesho 

for Holy Trinity Priory of Ipswich. Ib. 15 Edw. III. 54. 
, Land in, John de Veer E. of Oxford. Ib. 34 Edw. III. 84. 

Thos. de Veer E. of Oxford. 76. 45 Edw. III. 45. 
. Half a fee. David de Strabolgi E. of Athol and Maria de 

Sancto Paulo Countess of Pembroke. Ib. 1 Rich. II. 164. 
. a fee for Priory of St. John of Jerusalem. Dav. de Strabolgi 

E. of Athol. Ib. 14 Rich. II. 139&. 
, Mortimer in, and Netherhall in Otteley as of Duchy of Lanes. 

Robt. Cressener. I.P.M., 12 Hen. IV. 33. Wm. Ib. 32 Hen. VI. 

16. 

, Fees in, Rog. de Mortuo Mari E. of March. 76. 22 Rich. II. 34. 

, Fees in, Edm. de Mortuo Mari, E. of March. Ib. 3 Hen. VI. 

32 ; Anna wife of Edm. late E. of March. Ib. 11 Hen. VI. 39. 

, Land in, Amice wife of Jas. E. of Wilts. Ib. 35 Hen. VI. 16. 

, 3 tenements called ' Hogons,' ' Hoberddes ' and Clerkes in, 

worth 5 marks. ' Hogons ' and ' Clerkes,' held of Sir George Veer, 

as of manor of Preston Hall by fealty and 2s. rent ; and ' Hoberddes ' 

held of Master Holly of Bury, by fealty and 2s. rent. Trustees 

seised to use of Thomas Spryng who d. Hen. VII. and Thomas 

Spryng aged 30 his son and heir. Inquis. 2 Hen. VII. 234. 
. Court of Wards and Liveries t. Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. 

p. 66. 
, Grant of site of suppressed monastery of. S.P., 17 Hen. VIII. 

1833. 
1 Farm of Manor of Maysters in, parcel of late Preceptory of 

Battisford, valued for Andrew Judde, 35 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. 

App. ii. p. 224. Grant accordingly. 35 Hen. VIII. 1 Pars 0. 

Rot. 128. 
, Maisters and Priory Manors in. Robert Spring d. 20 April 

1549 and Thomas son and heir aged 30. I.P.M., 3 Edw. VI. 141. 

Thos. d. 15 Jan. 1556, and Robt. s. and h. Ib. 3 and 4 P. and 

M. 93. 
. Charity. A.D. 1551. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 20, No. 23. 



Preston. . 321 

, Mortimers and Swifts Manors in, William Poley d. 31 Aug. 

1556, and Thomas son and heir. Ib. 4 and 5 Ph. and M. 48. 

. Fine, 1682. Harl. 56 I. 17, 18. 

. Site for Established Church School. Trust Deed. 1844, 5, 12. 

. Included in the Sudbury County Court District 10 March 1847. 

L.G. 990 ; and in the Lavenham Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1620. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1696. 

. Poor Law Acts. (P.O.) 47, 48 Viet. c. 47. 

PRESTON v. sub Acton, &c., Bradley, &c., Chelsworth, &c., Clare 

(Gilbert de), Coddenham, &c., Copinger, Lavenham, &c., Newhall 

Manor, Otley, &c., Swift's Manor. 
PRESTON MANOR. Extent. Hugo de Veere E. of Oxford. I.P.M., 

48 Hen. III. 26. John de Veer E. of Oxford. Ib. 16 Rich. II. 157. 
, Account of John Watres, bailiff, and John Bonde, provost of, 

5 and 6 Rich. II. Bodl. Suff. Rolls, 25. 

, Forfeited by the Earl of Oxford 1462. R.P. vi. 228. 

. Granted to the Duke of Gloucester. 76. 

, Grant of, 1466. Harl. 57 C. 14. 

. John E. of Oxford. I.P.M., 15 Edw. IV. 28. 

, Farm of, late of Priory of Holy Trinity Ipswich valued for 

Andrew Judde, 35 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 224. 
, John Nevell, Lord Latimer and another v. Robt. Springe touch. 

' The Priory,' and disputed lands in. C.P., ser. ii. B. cxxxii. 86. 
, John Nevell, Lord Latimer and another v. Thos. Poley, Julian 

his wife and another. 76. 87. 
PRESTON MANOR v. sub Aldham, &c., Cockfield Manor, &c., Lavenham, 

&c. 
PRESTON CHURCH. Notes on. Add. 1301, 5829 ; Tanner cccx. 167. 

Visited. B.A.A. xlii. 214. Arms in windows in. Tanner ccxxvi. 

20, cccxiii. 72, 84. Monuments in. Add. 19077, 19078. Brass of 

Mary Ryece (1630). Add. 32483. Plate. S.I. ix. 32. 

, Grant of the rectory and vicarage of. 3rd Rep. Hist. Com. 24. 

. Valuation of vicarage for Andrew Judde 35 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 

10. App. ii. p. 224. 
, Robert Rice to shew title to Rectory of, 22 Eliz. M. Hil. Rec. 

Rot. 18. 

. Sir Robert Jermyn to do the like, 22 Eliz. M. Hil. Rec. Rot. 131. 

, John Posforde v. Wm. Walgrave and another touch, vicarage of. 

C.P., ser. ii. B. cxlii. 22. 

v 



322 Preston 

, Letter of Anthony Cage to Sir Isaac Appleton, concern, tithes 

of, claimed by Mr. Lindsell, 1608. Tanner Ixix. 3. 
, Grant from Robert Ryece to the Master and Fellows of 

Emanuel College Cambridge of the rectory of, 1621. Lansd. 

988, 66. 

, Act for the disappropriation of rectory of, 12 Car II. Lansd 

989, 37. 

, William Hobart claims the presentation to the Vicarage of, 1638. 



Tanner cxxxviii. 85. 
, Letters and papers relating to the rectory and the advowson of 

the vicarage 1638-9. Tanner cxxxviii. 85, 93 ; ccxc. 101. 
, Petition of Nicholas Colman clerk as to having been deprived 

of Living for 18 years, 27 Dec. 1660. 7 Rep. Hist. Com. 140. 
, Thos. Copinger, Vicar of, presented by Hobart as next heir and 

administrator of Robt. Rice, a gravamen revoked administration 

and decreed probate of a Will under which a stranger Allen took. 

Petition of appeal for revocation of probate, 1640. S.P. Addenda 

617. 
, Petition of Nicholas Colman as to securing tithes and other 

profits of living, 1660. 7 Rep. Hist. Com. 105. 
. Rectory vicarage and parish. Tithes. John Death and others 

v. Nathl. Smalley, 1753 at Lavenham. Exch. dep. Do and Preston 

Hall Farm and Death's farm in Lavenham, Nath. Smalley v. John 

Death and other, 1753 at Lavenham. Exch. dep. 
. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. L.G. 

859. 
PRESTON PRIORY. Robert Rice to shew title to, 22 Eliz. M. Hil. 

Rec. Rot. 18. Sir Robert Jermyn to do the like, 22 Eliz. M. Hil. 

Rec. Rot. 131. 
, William Playne and his wife to shew title to site of, 11 Jac. I. 

M. Trin. Rec. Rot. 236. 
PRESTON, COKEFELD, ALDAM, and MENPHAM MANORS. Grant to 

John Howard and the heirs male of his body of, with kinghts' fees, &c. 

belonging to the King, to hold by accustomed services with all 

issues due to the King. Pat. Rolls, 15 Edw. IV. pt. ii. 15. 
PRESTON, KETTLEBASTON, BRENT ELEIGH, MONK'S ELEIGH, BRETTEN- 

HAM, THORPE MORIEUX and COCKFIELD. Lands, &c., in, Amy wife 

of John Jerveys of Bradfield St. Clare v. Jas. Joce of Helmingham 

John Porter of Chelsworth and John Resshbrook of Combs, feoffees 

of sd. John Jerveys. E.C.P., 32 and 33 Hen. VI. 24, 249. 



Prime. 323 

PRESTON, KETELBARSTON, THORPE MORIEW, BRETTENHAM, BRENT 
ELY and LAVENHAM. Licence to E. Cooke to alienate to James 
Alington the Manor of Maysters with lands in, 13 Jac. I. Add. 5834. 

PRESTON and OTLEY. Sir Adam de Ottele [and Sir Richard de Prestone] 
held 2 fees in, of the Honor of Lancaster, 1210-12. Red Book of 
the Exch. 132 B. I52d. 

PRESTON, RESHEMERE and SUBURB of IPSWICH. Licence for alienation 
in mortmain to Priory of Holy Trinity Ipswich by William de Kente- 
ford vicar of the Ch. of Reshemere of a messuage 9 
acres of land and 2 pasture in, by Thomas son of William le Clerk 
of Benteleye, of 2 acres 3 roods in Benteleye, by John le Somenour 
of Heyham of half a rood of meadow in Heyham, by Thomas son 
of Robert de Orford of a toft and an acre in suburb of Ipswich, 
by Walter Costyn of an acre in Reshemere and by Arnulph le Skynner 
of 2s. 8d. of rent in Ipswich. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. III. pt. i. 10. 

PRESTON, WYCHAM and BREWES. Grant by Juliana de Hastynges 
Countess of Huntingdon to John Randulf her cook for life of land in, 
part lying at Grove, part at Deyreston in Preston, 30 Edw. III. 
A. 3271. 

PRESTON family of Barking. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 191 
of Preston. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 

PRETTY of Eye from Wore. Pedigree. Harl. 1560. Add. 19146. 

PRETYMAN al. Prettyman family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 191. 
E.A. (N.S.) i. 209, 246, 264. Sir John Pretyman. 7 Rep. Hist. 
Com. 174. 8 Rep. 142, 1426, 1646. A letter of his. 76. 440 of 
Pembroke Coll. 10 Rep. pt. iv. 27 of Bacton. E.A. (N.S.) i. 209, 
246, 264 of Bawton Thornton. Pedigree. Harl. 1560. Add. 
5524, 19146 Of Orwell Park. Burke L.G. 1297 of Toddington, 
&c. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 

PRICE (Gregory) and THOMAS KERRY. Grant to, of lands in Suffolk, 
4 and 5 P. and M., 4 Pars O. Rot. 8. 

PRIDINTON. Command to Sheriff to let Gilbert de Kentewell have 
land in, which belonged to William de Wadingefeld. Close Rolls, 
17 John pt. i. 15. 

, Land in, Richard de Clare E. of Gloucester. I.P.M. 47 Hen. III., 
34. Gilbert. 76. 8 Edw. II. 6, 8. 

PRIDITON MANOR v. sub Stansfield. 

PRIDITON. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 

PRIME of Ringsfield, PRIMROSE, PRINCE, PRIOR, PROBART, PROCTOR, 
PROGERS. Pedigrees. Add. 19146. 



324 Progcr. 

PROGER (Edward) 1621-1713. Letters of. 10 Rep. Hist. Com., pt. iv. 
146, &c. Accused of procuring grant of estate. Tomkins v. Pro- 
gers, 29 Nov. 1680. Ib. 11 Rep. pt. ii. 218. 

PROVISION from Suffolk for Scotland, temp. Edw. II. Pat. Rolls,. 
1 Edw. II. pt. ii. 3. 

, Commission to Thomas Haggille, &c., to prevent exportation 

of corn, victuals, &c., beyond the sea from the County of Suffolk. 
1 Edw. VI. Harl. 433. 

PRURLYES v. sub Ilketshall. 

PRYKE, PRICK, PRYKKE, PRYKKES and PULHAM. Pedigrees. Add. 
19146. 

PULLOKESHULLE. In an action in which Richard Wychard de Pulloke- 
shulle complains that he has been disseised by Hugo Blundell de 
Synesho, John le Marchant and other of a free tenement at, judg- 
ment for defendants on plea that the land ought to remain fallow 
every third year during which they had a right of pasture. Abbr. 
of PL, 55 Hen. III. 13 in dor so. 

PULLYN. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 

PUNCHARD family. E.A. v. 104. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 

PURCAS, and PURCELL-FITZGERALD. Pedigrees. Add. 19146. 

PURDIS Farm, extra-parochial to Nacton. Bye-laws by School 
Att. Com. 8 Ap. 1881. L.G. 1727. 

PURPET al. Purfleet al. Purplet al. Purpott family. E.A. (N.S.) i. 
311, 328. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 191. Pedigree. Add. 
19146. 

PURTEFYT (?) (Purte pyt) in Samford Hund. Land of Richard son of 
Earl Gislebert. Osbern a freeman in K.E.'s time held 60a. as a 
manor and the same Osbern still holds it. Dom. 394&. 

PURVIS and PYKARELL. Pedigrees. Add. 19146. 

PYKARELL family. S.I. i. 216. Stones in Chancel of Burgate Church. 

PYLONS tenement v. sub Stutton. 

PYNER (Francis) of Bury St. Edmunds. Confirmation of Arms and 
Crest to, by William Camden 1612. Harl. 1172. 

PYNNOWE MANOR v. sub Clare Honor, &c. 

PYPARDE family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 192. 

PYRTON al. Pirton. Pedigrees. Add. 19146. 

PYTCHES family of Melton. Burke L.G. 1313. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 

QUAKERS. Petitions in Suffolk against, Letter Edmund Waller to 
Robert Harley 23 Feb. [16] 98-9. 14 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ii. 602. 

QUALMSTOWE v. sub Stowmarket. 



Ramsdcn. 325 

QUAMFORD and QUAPLODE families. Gipps's accounts of. S.I. viii. 

192. 

QTJARLES. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 
QUATEFELD v. Whatfield. 

QUAYLE and QTTAYSLODE. Pedigrees. Add. 19146. 
QUEESTED al. Querstede v. Wherstead. 
QUGEHALE. Land in, sold by John Glover of Wangf ord to Hy. Gosmere 

complainant. E.C.P., 5 Edw. IV. 49 Hen. VI. 33, 299. 
QUILFO v. Culpho. 
QUILTER, QUINCE, QUINCY (E. of Winchester). Pedigrees. Add. 

19146. 

<JtriNEY family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 192. 
QTTINTIN family. S.I. vi. (xxvii.) Pedigree. Add. 19146. 
QUYDSHAM v. sub Cavendish, &c. 
QUYLLES v. sub Denham. 
QUYTINGTON, THURLESTONE and BROKES. Release by Wymerca 

relict of Gilbert Haltebe to the Priory of St. Peter's Ipswich of 

right of dower in lands in, 9 Edw. I. A. 3676. 

QWHITTONE, QWYTTON V. Whitton. 

QWITYNGTON v. sub Thurlston, &c. 

RABETT family, of Bramfield. Burke L.G. 1315. Pedigee. Add. 
19146. 

RACHESTDENA al. Rastedena v. Rattlesden. 

RACHINGEHALA v. Rickinghall. 

RACKHAM and RADCLIFFE. Pedigrees. Add. 19146. 

RADCLIFF al. Rateliffe of Hundun from Lane. Pedigree. Harl. 155 ; 
1103 ; 1177 ; 1449 ; 1560. Add. 19146. Pedigree with arms in 
trick (1561). Rawl. B. 422. Genealogical notes. Rawl. B. 81. 
Robert Radcliff constituted Admiral of Norf. and Suff. during King's 
pleasure 1 Edw. IV. O. Rot. 46. Inquis. p.m. of Galfridus Radclyf, 
6-7 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 122. 

RADGRAVE v. Redgrave. 

RADINGHEFELDA v. Redlingfield. 

RADNOR (Sir Robert), Grant to, of lands in Suff. 8 Jac. I. 6 Pars 0. 
Rot. 4. 

RAIKES, RAMBIRD, RAINE, RAINSEY (Sir John) and RAINSFORD. Pedi. 
grees. Add. 19146. 

RAMPFOLD v. sub Fakenham, &c. 

RAMSDEN v. sub Clare (Gilbert de). 

RAMSDEN. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 



326 Ramsey. 

RAMSEY (Sir John). Grant to, of lands in Suff. Jac. I. 7 Pars O. 

Rot. 30. 
RAMSHOLT (Ramesbolte, Ramesholt, Ramesholte, Ramisholt, 

Rammesholt, Rammesholte, Ramshot). 
. Lands of Robt. Malet. Ralph holds what 3 freemen and a half 

held in K.E.'s time, viz., 29a. And 5 freemen held 16a. and there 

were 80a. belonging to Malet's demesne. Dom. 3186. 
. Lands of Ralph de Bellafago. 6 freemen held 20a. Dom. 

3546. 
, Peyton Hall in, (Peituna). Lands of Suane. Godric held in 

K.E.s time as a manor 3 carucates. 3a. meadow. 1 mill. And 

20 freeman held 80a. and 2a. meadow. Dom. 4026. 
, One fee in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. 

I.P.M., 35 Edw. I. 46. 
, Order to deliver to William de Maundevile land in, seized by 

King for alienation without licence by Thomas Talevace to said 

William and Margaret his daur. being held of the Honor of Eye. 

Close Rolls, 7 Edw. II. 5. 
, Order to escheator to deliver to Mary late wife of Thomas E. 

of Norf. in dower the moiety of a fee in, which William de Ramesholt 

holds extended at 50s. yearly. Ib. 13 Edw. III. pt. i. 33. 
, Land in Peyton in, John de Veer E. of Oxford. I.P.M., 34 

Edw. III. 84. Thos. E. of Oxf. Ib. 45 Edw. III. 45. 
, Land in, Maria wife of Thomas de Brotherton E. of Norf. Ib. 

36 Edw. III. pt. ii. 9. 
, a fee, Wm. de Ufford, E. of Suff. and Joan his wife. Ib. 5 

Rich. II. 57. 

. Ib. for Robt. Caundishe. 76. 11 Hen. VI. 43. 

, Peyton Manor in. Joan wife of Sir Wm. Parre. I.P.M., 15 

Edw. IV. 34. Will. Waller d. 8 April 1535 and Will. s. and h. Ib. 28 

Hen. VIII. 25. Descent of, 1597. Rawl. B. 319. Edm. Heygate 

v. Thos. Tanner action as to. C.P., ser. ii. B. Ixxx. 27. Ib. B. 

Ixxxii. 8. Petition of Thos. World as to father's mortgage of (1738). 

T. B. and P. 541, 565. Sign manual for Bill releasing him. Ib. 

1741, 532. 
, Thomas Sampson of, esquire mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 18 Edw. 

IV. pt. i. Sd. 

, Fees in, John D. of Norf. I.P.M., 19 Edw. IV. 73. 

. Muster. 15 names. 1539. S.P. 652, M. 21. 

, Recovery in, 1544. Add. Ch. 1384. 



Rattlesden. 327 



. School Board. Formed compulsorily 10 Sept. 1875. L.G. 

4451 ; Bye-laws made 21 Jan. 1881. L.G. 281. 
RAMSHOLT v. sub Alderton, &c., Dunningworth, &c., Saxmundham, &c., 

Shottisham, &c. 
RAMSHOLT MANOR or Ramsholt Hall Manor. Sir John Wingfeld. 

I.P.M., 21 Edw. IV. 59. 
. John Purpett of Newborne d. 1540 and Edward s. and h. 

Ib. 33 Hen. VIII. 78. 
, John Purpett ?;. Wm. Waller and others touch, parcel of. C.P., 

ser. ii. B. cxliv. 14. 
RAMSHOLT CHURCH. Round Tower of. E.A. i. 165, 166. Monuments 

in. Add. 19112. Plate. S.I. ix. 301. 

. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

RAMSHOLT and ALDERTON. Plan on inclosure of lands in Clifton 

Reynes, 1826. D.K.R. 26. App. p. 14. 
RAMWORTH. Grant to Qwede of lands in, 37 Edw. III. Bodl. Suff. 

Ch. 1370. 

RANATTADISC at. Ranavadie al. Ranavadisc v. Cavendish. 
RANBY, RAND, RANDALL. Pedigrees. Add. 19146. 
RANDELSHAM v. Rendlesham. 

RANDESTON al. Randistone al. Raundeston v. Thrandeston. 
RANSOME, RANSON and RANT. Pedigrees. Add. 19146. 
RANYNGHAM v. sub Stutton, &c. 
RAPER. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 
RAPTON (Wrabet, Wrabetun). Grant, &c., in, to Sibton Abbey 

[1157-63 ?]. Campb. xxiii. 5 : late 12th cent. Harl. 84 A. 10. 
RATCLIFFE v. Radcliffe. 
RATTLESDEN (Rachestdena, Rastedena, Ratelesden, Ratesdana, 

Ratlesdena, Ratlesdene, Rengestuna). 
. Arch. x. 305. Notes relating to. Add. 5847. Papers, &c., 

relating to (17th cent.). E.A. v. 28. History of, by Rev. J. R. 

Olorenshaw, 1900. 8vo. Boldero family of. Burke L.G. 144. 

Weather in, in 18th cent. E.A. vi. 108. List of parish officers. 

Ib. vii. 320. Old anchor found in river bed at. S.I. vii. (xx.) t. 
. Lands of Robert Earl of Moretaigne. A freeman held 1 carucate. 

Dom. 291. 
. Lands of Earl Eustace. A freeman held 60a. which Heltret 

now holds. 4a. meadow. Dom. 303. 
. Lands of St. Edmund. A freeman held half a carucate, 2a. 

meadow which Peter now holds of the Abbot. Dom. 363. 



328 Rattlesden. 



. Land of St. Etheldreda. In K.E.'s time held, as 6 carucates 

16a. meadow. One church living with 24a. And 15a. Hunfrid 

William de Varennes' man holds and Goscelin the Earl of More- 

taigne's man holds 2. And a freeman held 3a. and another freeman 

held 8a. Dom. 381&. 
. Lands of Richard son of Earl Gislebert. 2 socmen held 7 a. 

Dom. 391. 
. Lands of William de Varennes. 2 freemen 1 held 40a. and the 

other 60a. 2a. meadow. This Humfrey son of Roderic now holds. 

Dom. 398. 
, Permission to Bp. of Ely if he can purchase up to 20 acres in, 

to enclose same for a park. Close Rolls, 6 John 21. 
, Acknowledgment of Bp. of Ely having rendered 2 palfreys 

promised for enclosure of park at. Ib. 6. 
, Assize of novel disseisin between Richard de Benges and John 

de Stanham as to a free tenement in. Abbr. of PL, 7 and 8 John 2. 
, Hubert Thurmod held the fourth part of a knight's fee of the 

Bp. of Ely in, 1210-12. Red Book of the Exchequer 140d. 
, Roger de Ratlesden held half a fee of Hugh Playz and Hugh 

of Earl Warenne in. T. de N. 292. 

, Grant in Aldwick in, t. Hen. III. Harl. 45 G. 12. 

, Ministers' accounts of land in ? t. Edw. I. Bundle 1124, 

No. 8. 
, Robert Whytlok of Rattlesden and Katherine his wife v. Benedict 

son of William de Cracche, touch, land in. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. I. 26d. 
, Ministers' accounts of Bishop's temporalities in, 14 Edw. I. 

Bundle 1132, No. 9. 26 to 28 Edw. I. Ib. 10. 

f Woodhall in, Giles de Playz. I.P.M., 31 Edw. I. 37. 

, Certain tenements in, Robertus Bardolf and Lora his wife. 

I.P.M., 33 Edw. I. 21. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands in, t. Edw. II. Bundle 995, 

No. 14. 
, Grant by Roger le Freman to William son of John de Halstowe 

of land in the East field of Bettelowe, part upon ' le Latforlonge,' 

part upon ' le Cristenemele ' in Aldewyke in, 2 Edw. II. C. 1204. 

, Order to lead back John Bernard of, to Sanctuary in Church of 

Westdeping whence he had fled for Sanctuary for larceny. Close 

Rolls, 7 Edw. II. 21. 
, Land in, William Whitene for Bury Abbey. I.Q.D. 17 Edw. II. 

171. 



Rattlesden. 329 



, William Hardehed of, and John de Weyerden of, acknowledge 

that they owe Master Thomas de Felthorpe parson of church 

42. 13. 4. to be levied in default on their lands in Suffolk. Close 

Rolls, 11 Edw. III. pt. i. 36d. 
, Inquisition as to the lands of the Bp. of Ely in, 30 Edw. III. 

Add. 6165. 

, Land in, Rich, de Plays. I.P.M., 34 Edw. III. 43. 
, Grant in, 1393. Harl. 48 F. 55. 
, Messuage, land, &c., in. Sir Rog. Chamber leyn v. Wm. Man 

of. E.C.P., 8 Hen. IV.-35 Hen. VI. 16, 344. 
, Tenement called ' Woodhall ' in, worth 6 marks held of Bp. of 

Ely as of Manor of Ratlysden Hall by fealty and 2s. rent vested in 

Trustees to use of Thomas Spryng who d. 28 Sept. 1486 and Thomas 

Spryng aged 30 son and heir. Inquis. 2 Hen. VII. 234. 
, Manor of Stonhams in, worth 5 marks held of Abbot of Bury. 

John Broughton d. seised in fee 23 July last and Sir Robert Broughton 

aged 23 cousin and heir, viz., son of John Broughton his son. Inquis. 

5 Hen. VII. 575. 

, Order kept by D. of Norf. at, 1536. S.P. 625. 
, Particulars of farm of Clopton Hall in, for grant to Sir John 

Russell, 31 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 263. 

. Descent of the manor of Woodhall, 1597. Rawl. B. 319. 
. Charity. 20Jac. I. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 9, No. 1. 
, Commission as justice of the peace to Lieut. -Col. Fiske of, 1650. 

S.P. 143. 
, Liberty given to Mr. Holborough of Battisford, Mr. Peto 

of Bancroft and Mr. Benton of Russall to preach at, 1653. S.P. 439. 
, Licence to John Starke for house of George Groome of, Con- 
gregational, 1672. S.P. 197, 202. 
, Licence to Jas. Waller of, Presbyterian, for Edm. Frost's house 

at, 1672. S.P. 535. 
, Funeral Sermon by J. B. of Bury on death of John Cotton of, 

son of the sometime minister at Drinkstone and grandson to Mr. 

Cleaver. Lond. 1711. 
. Trust for Particular Baptists. Trust Deed. 54 Geo. III. 56, 

6, 7. 

. Friendly Benefit Society at. Trust Deed. 2 Will. IV. 78, 12. 
. Chapel registered for marriages, 1838. L.G. 2441. 
- , A tenement, &c., at, for repair of parish Church there. Trust 

Deed. 1848, 142, 5. 



330 Ratdesden. 



. Included in the Lavenham Highway District 20 Mar h 1 63. 

L.G. 1620. 
. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 26 April 1881. L.G. 

2010. 
. Marriage licence granted to Bapt. Chapel at, 1893. L.G. 

204. 
RATTLESDEN v. sub Buxhall, &c., Clop ton Hall Manor, Ely Diocese, 

Eye, Gedding, &c., Hartest, &c., Onehouse Manor, Onehouse, &c., 

Wetheringsett, &c. 
RATTLESDEN MANOR. Abstracts of the Court rolls of (1344-1595). 

Rawl. B. 426. 
, Rental of (6 long skins 34 Hen. VI.) see 1st Report Pub. Rec. 

(1800) p. 185. 
, John Broughton d. 24 Jan. 1517 and John s. and h. I.P.M., 

10 Hen. VIII. 148. 
, Woods belonging to, t. Eliz. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. 

App. p. 70. 
, Estreat, &c., 25 Eliz. P.R.O., Court Rolls Portfolio 

203, 104. 
, Site of, and the possessions of the bishopric of Ely, 37 Eliz. 

Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 54. 
, Action by Richard Shepham 1588 against Francis Chamberlen 

as to a messuage called Legatts with land belonging to. C.P. iii. 

46. 

, Survey of, 1601, and Rental 1602. Rawl. B. 427. 

, Grant to Ph. Tise and Wm. Blake in fee farm of, and other lands, 

1604. S.P. 175. 
, Survey of woods in, 2 Jac. I. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. 

App. p. 74. 
. 22 Jac. I. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 107. 

Ryvett v. Symons, Baker and Groome, 1 Car. I. Ib. p. 109 ; 3 

Car. I. 76. p. 110. 

RATTLESDEN MANOR v. sub Eastgate Manor, &c. 
RATTLESDEN CHURCH. Notes by Davy. S.I. vii. (xxi.). Inscriptions 

on Bells. E.C.C. 234. Plate. S.I. ix. 73. Monuments in. Add. 

19109. Names on gravestones. E.A. vi. 152. Registers (1558- 

1662). Transcript made by Rev. J. R. Olorenshaw and printed 

in " Notes on the Church and Parish of Rattlesden." 1900, 8vo. 

Extracts from Registers. E.A. v. 323, vi. 7. Described on visit 

of Suffolk Institute (1889). S.I. vii. (xix). 



Ray. 331 

, Master Thos. de Felthorp, parson of, acknowledges that he 

owes Robt. de Foxton 10 to be levied in default on his lands in 
Suffolk. Close Rolls, 8 Edw. III. lOd. 

, Thomas Tubby of Rattlesden mentioned as not accounting 

to William de Norton parson of the Ch. of Wyveton and Master 
Robert de Aylesham clerk executors of the will of Robert de Ayles- 
ham late parson of. Pat. Rolls, 4 Rich. IT. pt. ii. 26. 

. William Chestreton parson of, excepted in a Pardon, 1387-8. 

R.P. iii. 2496. 

, Presentation of Stephen Vaggescombe to. Pat. Rolls, 13 Rich. II. 

pt. i. 17. of Robert Broun. Ib. pt. ii. 7. 

, Ratification of estate of William de Chesterton as parson of. 

Ib. 13 Rich. II. pt. iii. 12. Ib. 14 Rich. II. pt. i. 19. 

, Presentation of John Gedeneye to. Ib. 15 Rich. II. pt. i. 30. 

, Presentation of Thomas Beeston chaplain to, void by resignation 

of William Duffeld and in King's gift temporalities of Ely being in 
his hands. Ib. 2 Rich. III. pt. i. 13. 

, Rev. Robert Devereux 2nd son of Rev. Peter Devereux rector 

of, held living of Hepworth 1644 to 1653, and became rector of 
Little Stonham and d. 1686. 

. Procurations and synodals released 21 Feb. 1881. L.G. 

859. 

RATTLESDEN and RAUGE. Pedigrees. Add. 19146. 

RAUNDESTON v. Thrandeston. 

RAWLINS and RAWLINSON. Pedigrees. Add. 19146. 

RAWLYNS MANOR v. sub Elmham South, &c. 

RAWRIDGE MANOR. Account of. Tanner cclxxxiv. 30. 

RAY Family. E.A. v. 352, 384 of Sudbury and Ipswich of 
Tannington of Tostock. Pedigrees. Add. 19146. Lease to 
Richard Ray of lands in Suff. 15 Jac. I. 3 Pars O. Rot. 
20. Pedigree of Ray of Denston, Wickambrook and other 
places in Suffolk ; together with Oakes, Rawlinson, Heigham, 
Hasted, &c., all in the said County, by Gery Milner-Gibson-Cullum. 
Lond. 1903, 8vo. (Only 100 copies printed.) 

RAY (John Mead) of Sudbury. Works : A Serm. on the death of 
the Rev. Thomas Harmer. Lond. 1789. A Serm. preached at 
Stowmarket Dec. 1, 1789. Lond. A Serm. preached at Hadleigh 
1801 on the death of the Rev. Isaac Toms. Sudbury 1801. An 
address at Debenham April 30th, 1828, for special Prayer for a 
revival. Sudbury 1828. 



332 Raydon. 

RAYDON (Reidun, Reiduna', Reiduncia, Reindun, Reinduna, Reindune, 
Reydon, Reydone, Roydon, Roydone) in Samford Hund. 
N.B, Some entries cannot be assigned either to Raydon in Samford 
Hund. or to Reydon in Blything Hund. and these will be found 
under " Reydon " alone. 

, Stubbin family of. E.A. (N.S.) iv. 245, v. 69. Will of Thomas 

Bloose of. Cur. Freer. Cant. 29 Nodes. 

. Land of Earl Eustace. Uluerva a freewoman held 12a. in 

K.E.'s time. Dom. 3036. 

. Lands of the Bp. of Bayeux. Ednod a freeman held 1 carucate 

and lOOa. as a manor. 4a. meadow. The fifth part of a church 
with 5a. Roger Bigot now holds of the Bp. Dom. 3776. 

, Edwi a freeman in K.E.'s time held 1 carucate as a manor 5a. 

meadow and 1 mill. The fifth part of a church 5a. and Alwin a 
freeman held 60a. as a manor 4a. meadow. The 5th part of a 
Church 5a. And Smeri a freeman held 30a. as a manor in K.E.'s 
time 2a. meadow. And Ulwin a freeman held 30a. and 2a. meadow, 
and Aluric a freeman held 30a. as a manor and 2a. meadow. And 
the sd. Aluric holds 5a. Dom. 378. 

. Lands of Richard son of Earl Gislebert. Leuric a freeman 

held 30a. as a manor and 2a. meadow. This Richard now holds 
in demesne. Dom. 395. 

. Land of Eudo Dapifer. Suerting a freeman held 17a. Dom. 

403. 

. Land of Geoffrey de Magnaville. Angar held 2 carucates as 

a manor in K.E.'s time. 6a. meadow. And Alured holds a villan 
tenant with 30a. and on the same land Gislebert the priest holds 1 
villan tenant with 30a. and Edwin and Brietmar freemen in K.E.'s 
time held 15a. Dom. 411. 

. Land of Ralph Find. 2 freemen Erniet and Alwort hold 40a. 

Dom. 437. 

, Grants of Elfrice's land, &c., in t. Rich. I.-t. John. Harl. 53 

A. 31, C. 51 ; Cott. xii. 14. 

, Grants, &c., in, late 12 cent. Cott. xxvii. 96 : t. Hen. III. 

Harl. 50 I. 15, 51, 55 C. 15, 48, 49, 57 B. 4 : 1281. Harl. 48 A. 
51, 48 B. 1 : 1285. Harl. 55 C. 14 : 1286. Harl. 47 G. 43 : 
1287. Harl. 46 I. 41 : 1291. Harl. 57 D. 16 : 1292. Harl. 56 
H. 8 : 1295. Harl. 56 B. 39 : 1299. Harl. 47 G. 15 : t. Edw. I. 
Harl. 46 A. 48, 47 A. 45, 53 E. 29, 55 C. 16, 21, 25, 57 D. 17. Add. 
Ch. 14990: 1309. Harl. 56 E. 11 : 1310. Harl. 45 I. 43, 55 C. 



Raydon. 333 

22: 1314. Harl. 55 C. 19 : 1316. Harl. 54 A. 23 : 1317. Harl. 

55 C. 46 : 1318. Harl. 55 C. 20, 55 D. 43 : 1323. Harl. 48 B. 2 :-~ 

1330. Harl. 55 C. 23, 24, 56 E. 12 : 1336. Harl. 55 C. 28, 33, 34 : 

1338. Harl. 47 E. 9 : 1343. Harl. 55 C. 30 : 1358. Harl. 

47 E. 10, 11: late Edw. III. Harl. 55 C. 40 : 1385. Harl. 55 

C. 39 : 1392. Harl. 55 C. 37, 38 : 1398. Add. Ch. 10571 : 

1457. Harl. 54 A. 3,. 4 : 1464. Harl. 55 C. 43 : 1583. Harl. 

86 H. 10: 1589. Add. Ch. 25419 : 1617. Add. Ch. 9786: 

1653. Add. Ch. 10573. 

, Fine in, 1258. Harl. 55 C. 17. 

, View of frankpledge and assize of bread and beer in. and warren 

claimed by Adam de Hakebech on behalf of Mary his wife. H.R. ii. 

190. Q.W. 723, 730, 731. 

, Free warren in, Robert de Reyndon. Chart. Rolls, 42 Hen. III. 1. 

, Richard son of Robert Ascelyn v. Adam (or Ada) de Hakebeche 

and others, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. I. 14d. 
, Richard son of Robert Acelyn v. Adam de Hakebeche and 

Mariota his wife and Roger de Canterbury, touch, a tenement in. 

Ib. 4 Edw. I. 4, 6d. 
, Lease by William de Chervile to Robert son of William de R. of 

land in a field called ' Witsond ' 14 Edw. I. C. 2662. 
, Release by Osbert son of William de Reydon, to William de 

Brocton of rent from a field called ' le Dune ' adjoining land of Sir 

Alfred de Soloni, 15 Edw. I. C. 2611. 
, Grant by Alice de Capra villa late the wife of William de Capra villa 

to Robert de Reydon and Ralph his son of lands in the field called 

' Bachusfeld ' in the field called ' Homfeld,' and the pasture called 

' le Tonehere ' in, 19 Edw. I. C. 1546. 
, Grant by Alfred de Soleny, to his son John, in tail, of all the 

lands, &c., in, which the grantor inherited from John de Soleny 

his uncle, 21 Edw. I. A. 3878. 
, Release by Petronilla late the wife of Adam Spendelove, to 

Eleanor her daughter, late the wife of Edmund Porchet, of all right 

in a messuage in, 25 March 22 Edw. I. C. 520. 
, Release by Petronilla Pascal, to John de Soleny, son of Sir Alfred 

de Soleny, of messuage in, 24 Edw. [I.]. A. 3497. 
, Grant by William de Ramesey to the Priory of SS. Peter and 

Paul, of rent from a tenement in, 26 Edw. I. A. 3333. 
, Release by Alexander de Tost to John de Sulny of land in, 34 

Edw. I. A. 3581. 



334 Ray don. 

, Grant by Isabella de Stanfeld to John Scut, her son of land 

adjoining the way called ' le Langestrete,' in, 35 Edw. I. C. 

749. 
, Grant by Adam de Capravilla to Thomas de Reydone for life of 

land in a field called ' le Haylounde ' in, 2 Edw. II. C. 2636. 

. Market and fair. Robert Reydon. Chart. Rolls, 4 Edw. II. 18. 

, Grant by Robert Edwold to John de Sulny and Isabel his wife 

of land of the said Sulney's fee in, 5 Edw. II. A. 3747. 
, Grant by John le Spenser to John de Sulny and Isabel his wife 

of land acquired from Petronilla Paschal in, 5 Edw. II. A. 

3705. 
, Grant by Peter de Stanfeld clerk to Walter le Chalonner and 

Alice his wife of land in a field called ' Reydon,' part abutting on 

lands called ' Skynnerisdoune ' and ' Langelond ' and part abutting 

on the high road from Schelleye to Gyppwye, 7 Edw. II. C. 2623. 
, Grant by Alan Pertrich and Hathelatia his wife to John le 

Melnere of land in R. abutting on the road to Hintlisham, 8 Edw. II. 

C. 2355. 
, Receipt from widow of William de Sancto Martino of, to Sir 

Robert de Reydon in part payment of a bond, 11 Edw. II. C. 

2164. 
, Free warren in, Andrew de Bures. Chart. Rolls, 9 Edw. III. 

37. 
, Release by John le Savage parson of the church of Benacre to 

Alice late the wife of Walter le Chalonner, of all right in land called 

' Reydoneslond ' in, 10 Edw. III. C. 1068. 
, Licence to Andreas de Bures enabling him to assign to Henry 

de St. Ositha parson of Ch. of Reydon, 1 messuage in, adjoining 

the rectory there. 0., 12 Edw. III. 78. 

, John Beneyt chaplain gave to the Priory of St. Botulph Col- 
chester 2 acres of meadow in. I.Q.D., 33 Edw. III. 216. 
. Sir Andreas de Bures and Alicia his wife. I.P.M., 34 Edw. III. 

60. 
, Merks Manor in. Extent. Sir Andreas de Bures and Alicia 

his wife. Ib. 34 Edw. III. 60 ; Alice wife of Sir John de Sutton. 

Ib. 16 Rich. II. 25. 
. Market and fair. Helmingus Legett. Chart. Rolls, 38 Edw. 

III. 13. 
, Land in, Humphrey de Bohun E. of Hereford and Joan his 

wife, daur. of Rich. E. of Arundel. I.P.M., 46 Edw. III. 10. 



Raydon. 335 

, Serjeant's accounts of lands late of Alice de Sutton in, 15 to 16 

Rich. II. Ministers' accounts. Bundle 1003, No. 21. 
, Receiver's accounts of lands of James Earl of Wiltshire in, 33 

to 34 Hen. VI. Bundle 1003, No. 22. 
, Land in, Amicia wife of Jas. E. of Wilts. I.P.M., 35 Hen. VL 

16. 
, Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1458-1477. Alice Brabson 

fol. 65. Galfridus Brabson fol. 276. William Bucke fol. 52. 

John Gormer fol. 1. John Howse fol. 190. Roger Keggell fol. 277. 

William Reed fol. 205. 

, Petition for restoration to lands in [1461]. Harl. 55 H. 29. 

, Sowneys Manor in, Holton, Shelley and Leyham. Thos. Sampson. 

I.P.M., 1 Rich. HI. 35. 
, Grant to Wolsey's Colleges of lands in. S.P., 17 Hen. VIIL 

1833 to Cardinal Wolsey 1528. S.P., 20 Hen. VIII. 4424 

4473. 
. John Freman v. Joan Wm. and Martin Blosse. C.P., ser. ii. 

B. Ixvi. 26. 
. Transferred to the Hadleigh County Court District 29 Dec. 

1848. L.G. 4705. 

. School Board. Formed compulsorily 18 Jan. 1876. L.G. 196 ; 

Bye-laws made 25 May 1880. L.G. 3173. 
RAYDON v. sub Henham Manor, &c., Hintlesham, &c., Holton, &c., 

Wenham Little, Wenham Combusta Manor, Wenham, &c., Wingfield 

College. 
RAYDON MANOR. Extent. Robert de Reydon and Margaret his wife. 

I.P.M., 16 Edw. II. 63. 

, Covenant for a recovery in, 1464. Harl. Roll 0. 33. 

, Covenant cone, title to, 1486. Harl. 54 E. 1, 2. 

, Henry Bures d. 6 July 1528 and Joan, Bridget, Anna and 

Maria d. and h. I.P.M., 20 Hen. VIIL 87. 
, Sir Geo. Somers to shew title to, 33 Hen. VIIL M. Pasch. Rec. 

Rot. 36. 
RAYDON MANOR v. sub Kentwell Manor, &c., Sutton, &c., Westleton 

Manor. 
RAYDON MANOR and CHURCH. Alice wife of Sir John de Sutton. I.P.M., 

16 Rich. II. 25. Alice wife of Sir Guy Bryan. II. 13 Hen. VI. 

34. Extent with " Markes " Humf. s. and h. of John E. of Arundel 

and Mat. his wife d. of Eliz. wife of Robt. Lovell. Ib. 16 Hen. VI. 

50. Amicia wife of Jas. E. of Wilts. Ib. 35 Hen. VI. 16. 



336 Raydon. 

RAYDON CHURCH. Sketches of architectural details of, by Kerrich. 
Add. 6739, 6754. Monuments in. Add. 19104, 19105. E.A. vi. 
367. Sepulchral brasses (1479 c. 1480). Add. 32484, 32490 of 
Thomas Reydon (1479). Add. 32484. Dora. Rich, de Wykham 
brok. Add. Ch. 9632, 9633. Extracts from Registers of. E.A. 
ix. 145. Plate. S.I. ix. 197. St. Margaret Ch. visited by Suffolk 
Institute (1870). S.I. iv. 449. 

. Release of the advowson, early 13 cent. Harl. 52 A. 33. 

. Persona. Will, de Reydon, 1314. Harl. 55 C. 19. 

. Rector. 1316. Fulco le Barun. Harl. 54 A. 23 : 1361. 

, Sale by Robt. de Reydon, knt. to Sir William, rector of, and Sir 

Roger, Robert's son, rector of the Church of Clenchewarton, of all 
his goods with a saving to Margery his wife, 16 Edw. II. C. 2987. 

, Licence for alienation in mortmain by Sir Andrew de Bures 

to Henry de Sancta Ositha parson of, of a messuage in Reydon for 
enlargement of the rectory. Pat. Rolls, 12 Edw. III. pt. i. 10. 

. Desecration by Dowsing,1643. S.I. vi. 249, 260. 

. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

RAYDON and BADMONDESFELD. Pardon to Charles E. of Worcester 
and other of all alienations of lands in. S.P., 6 Hen. VIII. 5180. 

RAYDON and WHEBSTEAD MANORS. Receipt for 30 of Sir William 
Walgrave being a year's rent for, to John Fitz- James the Elder one 
of the executors of Thomas late E. of Ormond, 28 Nov. 8 Hen. VIII. 
Harl. 99. 

RAYDON HILL v. sub Orford. 

RAYDON. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 

RAYMES (William). Land in Suff. of, taken into hands of the King. 
I.P.M., 2 Edw. I. 80. 

RAYMOND. Pedigree. Harl. 1449. Serm. at Bury Assizes by George 
Raymond of St. Lawrence Ipswich. Lond. 1716, 8vo. 

RAYNER. Pedigree. Add. 19146. Rev. Wm., curate of Worling- 
worth. Miscellanies in prose and verse, 4to, 1767- 

RAYNGEHAM v. sub Tofte, &c. 

RAYNOLDS family. Arms. Harl. 1449. 

RAYNSFORD. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 

READ or Reade family. Pedigree. Add. 19146 with arms in trick 
(1561). Rawl. B. 422, (1563). Rawl. B. 393 of Bardwell and 
of Holbrooke. Pedigrees. Add. 19146 of Weston and Beccles 
from Norf. Pedigree. HarL 155, 1103, 1177, 1449, 1520, 1820 
of Crowe Hall Stutton. Burke L.G. 1333. 



Rede. 337 



REASON and REBOW. Pedigrees. Add. 19146. 

REAVE family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 193. 

RECKENGALL al. Reckingale v. Rickinghall. 

RECTORIES. Rentals of, in Suff. t. Eliz. Exch. of accounts. 1st 

Rep. on Pub. Rec. (1800) pp. 183, 184. 1605. Ib. 182. 
RECUSANTS in Suff. 5 Rep. Hist. Com. 311. D.K.R. 5. App. ii. p. 

122. E.A. (N.S.) i. 345. Names of, registering their estates. 

Rawl. D. 387, 388. In various parishes 1559. Salisbury MSS. 

pt. i. 165. In 1578. Cotton Titus B. 3, 22. 
, Letter of Lord Chief Justice Wray to Lord Burghley as to, 26 

July 1582. Rep. on Salisbury MSS. pt. ii. 509. 
, List of those remaining at liberty and committed to prison, 

1592. Rep. on Salisbury MSS. pt. iv. 269. 
. Edw. and Robt. Rokewood, Roger Martin, John Daniel and 

Mrs. Eliz. Drury, set at liberty, 1595 ? S.P. 151. 
. Acquittance for rents of Crown Courts, lands of recusants, 

subsidies, &c., 1596-1673. Add. Ch. 25658-25660. 
, Letter from Council as to, 14 Sept. 1614. 13 Rep. Hist. Com. 

pt. iv. 436. 
, Letter from Thomas Earl of Suff. to Deputy -Lieutenants o", 

for disarming Popish Recusants, 1625. Harl. 305. 
, Letter of the Lords of the Council to Thomas Howard, Earl and 

Lord-Lieutenant of Suffolk for disarming 1625. Harl. 305. 

, List of, at visitation of bp. Wren, 1636. Tanner cccxiv. 124. 

REDA (John son of Robert de). Acknowledges that he owes John de 

Reda clerk 20s. to be levied in default on his lands in Suff. Close 

Rolls, 3 Edw. I. I5d. 
REDCASTELL. Tenement in Pakenham, Berton, Ixworth and Magna 

Lymnere. John Smith. I.P.M., 21 Edw. IV. 30. 
REDDESHAM v. Redisham. 

REDE (Reade, Reda, Reda', Redde, Reed, Reede, Reoda, Riete). 
. Lands of St. Edmund. Henry has of the Abbot 1 socman with 

half a carucate. 3a. meadow. And Berard holds of the Abbot 7 

freemen with half a carucate and 50a. And 3a. meadow. Dom. 358. 
. Lands of St. Etheldreda. 20a. in demesne. 2a. meadow. 

Dom. 381&. 
. Lands of Richard son of Earl Gislebert. 7 freemen under 

Wisgar held 1 carucate. 4a. meadow. A church living with 12a. 

Dom. 3916. 

. Lands of Suane. A socman held 20a. la. meadow. Dom. 401. 

w 



338 Rede. 

, John de Rede clerk v. Gilbert le Forester, touch, a tenement in. 

Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. I. lid. 
, Thomas Fitz-John v. John son of Robert de Rede and Gilbert 

le Forester, touch, a tenement in. 76. 4 Edw. I. Qd. 
, Commission as to trespasses of Gilbert le Forester and Henry 

Sparwe in depasturing their beasts in meadow of John de Rede at. 

76. 8 Edw. I. 23d. 
, Bartholomew de Rede v. Walter de Wauncy, touch, a tenement 

in. Ib. 9 Edw. I. 28d. 

, Free warren in, John Pykard. Chart. Rolls, 33 Edw. I. 62. 

, One fee in, John de Hastinges. I.P.M., 6 Edw. II. 56; 18 

Edw. II. 83 ; 49 Edw. III. pt. i. 70. 
, One fee and a half and 4 Knight's fees in. Gilbert de Clare 

E. of Gloucester. Ib. 8 Edw. II. 68. 
, Land in, John de Veer E. of Oxford. Ib. 34 Edw. III. 84. 

Thomas E. of Oxf. Ib. 45 Edw. III. 45. 
, a fee in, as of Manor of Haverhull. Thos. E. of Staff. Ib. 

16 Rich. II. 27 (per Wm. Hore). Wm. bro. of Thos. E. of Staff. 

Ib. 22 Rich. II. 46. Edw. E. of Staff. Ib. 4 Hen. IV. 41 (per 

heirs of Wm. Hore). Humph. D. of Buck. Ib. 38 and 39 Hen. VI. 59. 
. Chancery Actions : Wm. Hunwycke v. Wm. Hawtrye and 

another. C.P., ser. ii. B. Ixxxv. 67. 
, Descent of the manor of Reedhall and lands called Pykards, 

1597. Rawl. B. 319. 

, Licence to John Pindar for house of Robt. Sanfield of, Presby- 
terian, 1672. S.P. 552, 555. 
. Included in the Wickhambrook Highway District 20 March 

1863. L.G. 1616. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1722. 

REDE v. sub Bradley (Little), &c., Brockley, &c., Gazeley, &c., Haw- 
stead, &c. 
REDEHALL MANOR. Worth 10 marks held of Abbot of Bury by -fa 

of a knight's fee. Margaret Garnysshe (Garneys) d. seised in fee 

and John Garneys aged 38 son and heir. Inquis. 8 Hen. VII. 810. 
. Robert Drury d. 2 March 1534 and Sir William s. and h. I.P.M., 

27 Hen. VIII. 24. 

, Robert Drury holder of, in 1597. Rawl. B. 319. 
REDE CHURCH. Inscriptions on bells of. E.A. iv. 154. Monuments 

in. Add. 19107, 19108. Mention of Thomas Ross rector of. Tanner 

xxvii. 110. 



Redenhall. 339 



, Held by Stoke by Clare Priory. Ministers' accounts 18 Edw. II. 

Bundle 1127, No. 4. 
, Presentation of Rich. Mayner to. Pat. Rolls, 18 Edw. III. pt. ii. 

29 of Rich, de Remston vicar of, to moiety of Ingeworth on exch. 

with Thomas de Magna Crissyngham. Ib. 3 Rich. II. pt. i. 31 

of Rich. Rasyn to. Ib. 3 Rich. II. pt. ii. 2 of John Rolf to. Ib. 

5 Rich. II. pt. i. 6 of John Mason to. Ib. 10 Rich. II. pt. i. 36. 
, Proceedings as to goods of John Bosseworth late vicar of, 

suicide. Nicholas Bp. of Worcester v. John Sparrowe. Star C.P., 

Hen. VIII. vol. i. 106. 

, Clerical scandal caused by Wm. Stanley minister of, being 

injuriously dealt with by Geo. Pleasance of Norwich, 1581. Acts 

of P.C. 50. 

, Confirmation to Wm. Pitches of rectory of, 1617. S.P. 439. 

, John Turner, rector of, mentioned, 1640. S.P. 414. 

. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. L.G. 859. 

REDE and BROCKLEY. Action by John Goodaye against John Chap- 
man relating to lands in, the inheritance of pltf. and by him conveyed 

to deft, in fee with a defeazance for redemption. C.P. i. 334. 

. Rog. Potter v. Joan Potter wid. C.P., ser. ii. B. cxxxix. 75. 

REDE, BROCKLEY and WHEPSTEAD. Conspiracy with Nich. Wyfold 

to make a false claim to lands in. E.C.P., 25 Hen. VI. 13, 220. 
REDE (Robert de). He, William Senebones and Martin de Acham 

acknowledge that they owe Robert de Bonewell 10s. to be levied in 

default on then* lands in Suff. Close Rolls, 4 Edw. I. 4d. 
REDE (William de) acknowledges that he owes Bernard Pelegrym 60 

to be levied in default on his lands in Suff. Ib. 10 Edw. II. 2d. 
REDE (William). Inq. p.m. 34-35 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App.ii.p. 128. 
REDELES [in Boxford] (Redelers, Redeles, Minor Redeles). Grant, &c. 

in, late 12 cent. Harl. 54 H. 5. early Hen. III. Harl. 54 H. 6. 
REDELES (Redelers) v. sub Boxford. 
REDEMPTION of captives hi Algiers. Account of money collected in 

the archdeaconry of Norwich towards, 1682. Tanner xxxv. 15. 
REDEN. Adam le Franceis and Hamo le Pelerin appointed Am- 

fridus son of Richard their attorney in proceedings against John 

son of William and Nicholas his brother cone, land in. Close Rolls, 

13 Hen. III. m. I9d. 
REDENHALL (Reddenhall). Mentioned in Journey thro' Suff. 1732. 

Rep. on Portland MSS. vol. vi. 152. Ancient custom at. E.A. 

vi. 240. 



340 Redenhall. 



, Warinus le Ostricer held land in. T. de N. 283. 

. Poor Law. L.G. (P.O.) 47 and 48 Viet. 46. 
REDENHALL MANOR. Robert Bacon to shew title to, 1 and 2 Phil. 

and Mary. M. Mich. Rec. Rot. 137. 
REDENHALL CHURCH. Ruinous. E.A. ii. 89. Inscription on bells. 

Ib. i. 240. Parsonage of. S.P., 22 Hen. VIII. 167. 
REDESHAM (John of). William Bp. of Norwich begs writ of King 

to Sheriff of Suffolk to restore lands of, accused of homicide, 1279. 

D.K.R. 6. App. ii. p. 93. 

REDGRAVE (Radgrave, Reddegrave, Redgate, Redham, Regu'). 
, Law of Gavelkind at. E.A. iv. 180. Sir Nicholas Bacon of. 

10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 6, 531. Petition of. 14 Rep. pt. viii. 

143. _Sir Nathaniel Bacon of. N. and Q., 5th ser. x. 48, 232, 258. 

Robert Seare and Thos. Fale of, admitted at Caius Coll. E.A. 

(N.S.) i. 139, 158. Wilson family of Redgrave Hall in. Burke 

L.G. 1722. 
. Land of St. Edmund. St. Edmund held in K.E.'s time 6 

carucates as a manor, 8a. meadow. A church with 30a. And 24 

freemen held 80a. over whom the abbot holds in demesne. Dom. 

360&. 
. Final concord by which Will. Oligrant quit-claims to the abbot 

of St. Edmund all right in 40 acres in (c. 1179). Bodl. Sufi. Ch. 8. 
, Grant by Samson the abbot of St. Edmund to Walter de Broch 

of two acres in (1180-1211). Ib. 9. 
, Fair and market in, to Bury Abbey. Chart. Rolls, 11 Hen. III. 

pt. i. 11. 
, Acknowledgmt. by Will. Staniland of service to the lord abbot 

of St. Edmund at his court of (1235-1248). Bodl. Suff. Ch. 38. 
, Grant by Robt. son of Hen. de Pulham, to Abbey of Bury of all 

claim in 16 acres, &c., in (1237-79). Ib. 55. 
, Grant by Abbey of Bury to St. John the Baptist in Palgrave of 

one messuage in (1237-79). Ib. 1443. 
, Adam (or Ada) Fitz-Thomas v. Adam de Hagh, &c., touch, a 

tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 21d. 
, Grant to Bury abbey by Walter (Migrant of, and others of a 

rent (1279-1301). Bodl. Suff. Ch. 74. 
, Rentals, &c., of extracted from Registers of Abbot Thomas 

[de Totingtone] and John Norwolde [1279-1312] 17 Edw. I. [1288], 

and 12 Hen. VI. [1433] Add. 14850. 

, John le Clere of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 15 Edw. III. pt. iii. 2. 



Redgrave. 341 

, Extent and customary of the lands of the monastery of Bury in, 

1357. Add. 14849. 
, Pardon of outlawry to John Massy on of, ' carpenter.' Pat. 

Rolls, 6 Hen. VI. pt. i. 30. 
, Will of Augustine Higham of, proved at Ipswich 1444-1455, 

fol. 136. 
, Pardon to John Terry late of. ' carpenter ' of his outlawry for 

not pleading. Pat. Rolls, 20 Edw. IV. pt. i. 14. 

, William Parke v. Geo. Swynborne as to lands in, bequeathed 

by Isabel Mannok wid. to Richard and Elizabeth Harward. Star 

Chamber Proceedings. D.K.R. 49. App. p. 577. 
, Livery of Redgrave Park in, given in exchange by Nicholas 

Bacon to King, 36 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 162. 
, Robt. in religion Gregory Sayer or Scare, Benedictine Monk, b. 

1560 at. D.N.B. 1. 390. 

, Erection of School at, 3 Eliz. 2 Pars O. Rot. 22. 

, House of Sir Nich. Bacon at, 1593. Acts of P.O. 472. 

, Precipe on a covenant cone, land in, 1593. Add. Ch. 25493. 

, Bill by Thomas Jesuppe against Robert Rust and John Master 

to recover title deeds of land in hamlet of Botesdale in, the inheritance 

of plaintiff. C.P. ii. 87. 
, Letters of Robert Dawbenny of, to Sir B. Gawdy [ 1600]. Eger. 

2714. 

, Inventory of goods of F. Felgate of, 1616. Add. Ch. 17751. 

, Tithes concealed of lands in Redgrave Park in, 17 Jac. I. Exch. 

Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 103. 
, Value, &c., of personal estate of Sir Edmd. Bacon bart. of. 

Sir Robert Bacon knt. v. Edwd. Goate, 1692 at Botesdale. Exch. 

dep. 
, Claim for arrears of salary as Schoolmaster, &c. Robert 

Andrews v. Sir Robert Bacon Bart, and others. 1701 at- Botesdale. 

Exch. dep. 
, Papers in a suit respecting the allegation of Frances Townshend 

of Redgrave Hall in, as to a private marriage with Rev. John Echard, 

1702. Rawl. B. 382. 

, Mentioned in Journey thro' Suff. 1732. Rep. on Portland MSS. 

vol. vi. 151. 
, Copy of case with Counsel's opin. as to Botesdale School in, 

founded by Sir Nicholas Bacon, 1740. 13 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 414. 
, Trust for the Methodists at. Trust Deed. 53 Geo. III. 27, 13. 



342 Redgrave. 

, Land at, for a School, Established Church. Trust Deed. 1846 r 

57,8. 
. Included in the Hartismere Highway District 13 Jan. 1863. 

L.G. 231. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1702. 

REDGRAVE v. sub Botesdale, &c., Brockford, &c., Bury St. Edmunds, 

&c., Chevington, &c., Rickinghall, &c., Walsham, &c., Wattis- 

field, &c., Wrentham, &c. 

REDGEAVE MANOE. Abstracts of customs, &c., 16th cent. Add. 31970. 
, Particulars of, for grant in exchange to Nicholas Bacon, 36 

Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 162. 
, Exemplification of a Record as to divers liberties in, 1 Eliz. 

M. Pas. Rec. Rot. 56. 
, Claim by Crown on Edward Derehaugh for forfeiture of, 21 Eliz. 

M. Hil. Rec. Rot. 56. 
REDGRAVE and SUDWAND MANORS. Grant by King to Abbot of 

Bury St. Edmunds of 2 markets and fairs in. Close Rolls, 11 Hen. 

in. 13. 

REDGRAVE and WORTHAM MANORS. Book of receipts of money for 
tithes due from, belonging to Sir Nicholas Bacon and afterwards 
to Sir Edmund Bacon 1592-1632. 13 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 420. 

REDGRAVE CHTJECH. Monuments in. Add. 19089, 19090. E.A. u 
105. Rubbings of brasses in. S.I. i. 26, 148. Brass of Anne 
Butts at (1609). Add. 32478, 32490. Sketches of details of monu- 
ment of Sir Nicholas Bacon by Kerrich. Add. 6729. Monumental 
heraldry of. E.A. i. 105. Plate. S.I. viii. 316. Visited by 
Suffolk Institute. S.I. vi. 315. 

, Commission on complaint of Edmund de Hoo clerk that after 

long possession of, he was disturbed by Bp. of Norwich and im- 
prisoned. Pat. Rolls, 14 Edw. I. 25d. 

, Presentation of Master John Hardy of Croyland to, in King's 

gift by reason of his custody of land and heir of Robert de Wylughby 
tenant in chief. Ib. 12 Edw. II. pt. i. 27. 

, Protection for John de Gyslyngham parson of, going beyond the 

seas with John Bp. of Norwich the chancellor. Ib. 13 Edw. II. 5. 

, Appointment of William de Cotton parson of, as King's attorney. 

Ib. 19 Edw. III. pt. ii. 18. 

. Persona. Will, de la Rokele, 1361. Harl. 55 E. 4. 

, Letters of Samuel Foster rector of, to Sancroft, 1665, 1667-8, 

1679. Tanner xlv. 33, 274, 289, xxxviii. 51. 



Redisham. 343 



, Sermons preached in, by Samuel Foster 1670-1680. Cam- 
bridge Dd. vi. 33 (350). 
, Mentioned in Tour through Essex, Suffolk and Norf. 1739. 

Rep. on Duke of Portland's MSS. vol. vi. 70. 
with Botesdale. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 

1879. L.G. 5216. 
REDGRAVE and RISEBY. Churches of. Occupation by certain laymen, 

1286. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. p. 93. 
REDGRAVE and BOTESDALE. Inclosure of Commons Act. (Priv. 

printed) 55 Geo. III. c. 11. 
REDGRAVE, HUNDEN, BURES, BURY ST. EDMUNDS, &c. Suit as to 

royalties and franchises and goods of Gregory Tailor and Barnaby 

Claydon as outlaws. Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. to Pleadings, 31 

Eliz. 14. 
REDGRAVE and RICKINGHALE. Grant by Hen. de Tifteshal to Bury 

Abbey of a messuage and 21 acres in R. and a meadow and Qd. rent 

in R. (c. 1260-70). Bodl. Suff. Ch. 73. 
REDGRAVE. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 
REDHALL MANOR v. sub Witnesham. 

REDISHAM or GREAT REDISHAM (Reddesham, Redesham, Redsham). 
. Land of Eager Bigot. Robert de Curcun holds a freeman 

Godwin with 60a. as a manor, and a freeman under him had 4a. 

Dom. 336. 

, Free warren in, Walter de Redesham. 51 Hen. III. 6. 

, Free warren in, Alan de Wymundhale. Chart. Rolls, 55 Hen. 

III. 10. 

, Land in. John de Vallibus. I.P.M., 16 Edw. I. 41. 

, Grant from Hugelina wid. of Thomas Le Cloxi of, to John Le 

Cloxi her son ' capellanus ' of a ' pichtillum ' which Thomas her 

husband granted her in (Upreddisham). 3 Edw. II. Stowe Ch. 

249. 
, Abbot of Langele had 3*. Id. of land and rent in. Pat. Rolls, 

16 Edw. III. pt. i. 40. 

, Free warren in, John de Norwich. Chart. Rolls, 31 Edw. III. 2. 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Thomas 

Backe fol. 111. William Vylde fol. 121. 
, Grants, &c., in, early 14 cent. Harl. 48 G. 13 -.1476. Add. 

Ch. 10074. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands of Duchy of Lancaster in, 7 to 8 

Edw. IV. Bundle 323, No. 5274. 



344 Redisham. 

. Court of Wards and Liveries. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. p. 56, 86. 

, Licence to Robt. Downes to alienate lands in. S.P., 22 Hen. 

VIII. 220 (3). 

, Precipe on a covenant cone, land in, 1564. Add. Ch. 25318. 

, Complaint of Peter Cudden of, 1587. Acts of P.C. 233. 

, Wm. Rede and another v. John Palgrave and others. C.P., 

ser. ii. B. cli. 69. 
. Included in the Ilketshall S. Lawrence United School District, 

q.v. 26 March 1875. L.G. 1832. 
REDISHAM MANOR. Commission as to persons who came to, belonging 

to Walter de Redesham and carried away his goods during absence 

in Ireland. Pat. Rolls, 4 Edw. I. 5d. 

. Ralph Garneys. I.P.M., t. Hen. VI. c. 42. 

, Grant, &c., of, 1435. Cott. v. 3, 22 : 1436. Harl. 50 F. 37, 38. 

, William Playter d. 25 Dec. 1516 and Christopher s. and h. 

I.P.M., 9 Hen. VIII. 84. 
REDISHAM MANOR v. sub Kenton Manor, &c. 
REDISHAM CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19111, 19112. Registers 

(in parish Chest begin 1713 in private hands begin 1540). N. and 

Q., 7th ser. x. 422. Plate. S.I. ix. 328. 

. Court of Wards and Liveries. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. p. 56. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 258-281. 

. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

v. sub Shadingfield Church, &c. 

REDISHAM (LITTLE) Now part of Ringsfield. Walter son of William 

de Redesham held tenements in, of the King. H.R. ii. 179. 

I.P.M., 20 Edw. I. 98. 
, Abbot of Langele had 4s. 6d. of rent in. Pat. Rolls, 16 Edw. III. 

pt. i. 40. 
, Grant from John parson of, and Robert atte Brook of, to Thomas 

Cappe and William Hacon of Bungeye of lands in, which they lately 

held jointly by feoff ment of Adam Fokelyn of, 12 Hen. IV. Stowe 

Ch. 250. 

. Court of Wards and Liveries. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. p. 56, 86. 

REDISHAM (LITTLE) MANOR. Margaret wife of John de Norwich. 

I.P.M., 40 Edw. III. 20. 

. John de Norwich. Ib. 48 Edw. III. 52. 

. John Tynchern and others. Ib. 18 Rich. II. 105. 

, Release of, 1395. Add. Ch. 15752. 

REDISHAM (LITTLE) MANOR v. sub Weston Manor, &c. 



Redlingfield. 345 



REDISHAM (LITTLE) CHURCH. Plate. S.I. viii. 328. 

, Presentation of John de Bynch parson of, to Ch. of Gaysele on 

exchange with Thomas de Halum. Pat. Rolls, 16 Edw. III. pt. i. 38. 

. Parson (late). 1411. John. Stowe Ch. 2,50. 
, Papers concerning the advowson and condition of, 1611-1613. 

Add. 23731. 
REDISHAM and SHANKFELD (? Shadingfield). Wm. Reade v. Wm. 

Berney. C.P., ser. ii. B. clvi. 73. 
REDISHAM, WESTON, EARSHAM MANORS. Deed betw. Nicholas 

Garneys and Charles Clere relating to, 1570 (copy). Tanner cccxiii. 

180. 
REDISHAM, MAGNA and PARVA, WESTON, ILKETSHALE, BRAMPTON, 

SHADYNGFELD and WESTHALE. 200 acres of land, &c., in, Thos. 

Playter. I.P.M., 19 Edw. IV. 62. 
REDISHAM or Reddisham family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 192. 

Pedigree. Add. 19146. 
REDLES (?) in Cosford Half Hund. Lands of Isaac. A socman held 

half a carucate from Stigand. la. meadow. In this land lay 14a. 

of wood which William de Burnolville took therefrom and now 

holds. Dom. 438. 
REDLINGFIELD (Radinghefelda, Redelingfeld, Redelyngfeld, Rideling- 

feld, Ridlingfeld, Rydlingfeld). 13th Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 

444. 
. Lands of Robert Malet. A freeman Aluric held 3 carucates as 

a manor in K.E.'s time. 6a. of meadow. A church with 12a. 

William de Archis holds of Robert Malet. Dom. 320. 
, Prioress of, claimed view of frankpledge and assize of bread and 

beer. Q.W. 724. 
, Royal assent to election of Agnes de Stuston, a nun of, to be 

prioress of that house. Pat. Rolls, 7 Edw. II. pt. ii. 18. 

, Acquittances for rent in, 1380-95. Add. Ch. 5500-5508. 

, Settlement in, 1510. Add. Ch. 5515. 

, Information of a meeting held by night at house of Mr. Bene- 

field, a recusant at, 1625. S.P., Chas. I. 102. 

, Thomas Smith of. Recusant, 1654. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 3187. 

. Included in the Hartismere Highway District 13 Jan. 1863. 

L.G. 231. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1702. 

R-EDLINGFIELD v. sub Denham Manor, &c., Denham, &c., Horham, &c., 

Redlingfield Mon., Somerleyton, &c., Southolt, &c. 



346 Redlingfield. 



REDLINGFIELD MANOR. Appointment by Edm. Bedingfeld, knt. of 

Rich. Hoo as auditor and steward for life, 29 Hen. VIII. A. 5339. 
, Livery of, to Fras. Beddingfield son of John 1626. Chancery 

1636. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 556. 

v. sub Redlingfield Monastery. 

REDLINGFIELD CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19089, 19090. 

Inscription on dementis Lampet at. Add. 32483. Plate. S.I. 

viii. 317. 

. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

REDLINGFIELD MONASTERY or NUNNERY. Grant by, of. Add. Ch. 

10640. 

, Licence to elect prior. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. II. pt. ii. 19. 

, Licence to acquire land and rent in mortmain. Ib. 18 Edw. III. 

pt. i. 1. 

, Yearly value of, less than 200, 1536. S.P. 1238. 

. Inventory on suppression 1536. S.I. viii. 95. 

. Pension in Augmentation Book of 20 mks. to Grace Sampson. 

of, 1536-7. S.P. 1520 (406). 
" Boke of sale " of, viz. : of goods and chattels at the suppressed, 

1537. S.P. i. 510. 
, File of papers relating to dissolution of, and dispositions of 

Grace Sampson the prioress, &c., &c., 1537. S.P. i. 388, 795 (39). 
, Grant in fee to Sir Edm. Bedyngfeld and Grace his wife of house 

and site of the dissolved ; the church, &c., and lands in Redlyng- 

feld, Bedingfeld, Walpole, Eye, Denham, Alyngton, Southwold, 

and Thornedon ; the Manor of Redlyngfeld and appurts., at 

annual rent of 63s. 6d. 1537. S.P. i. 795 (39). 

, In hands of Chas. D. of Suff. 1538. S.P. ii. 1269. 

REDLINGFIELD MONASTERY or NUNNERY v. sub Aspall, &c., Bulcamp r 

Eye. 
REDLINGFIELD and ATHELINGTON. Robt. Aldehouse v. Robt. and 

Lewis Gyrling. C.P., ser. ii. B. iv. 19. 
REDMAN. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 
REDMOR. Lease by Nicholas son of Beatrix de Ely, and Agnes his 

wife, to William de Overe, of land in the field of Elm abutting upon 

the bank of the Elm in, 7 Edw. II. B. 1357. 
REDSHAM v. Redisham. 
REDSHAM family. Arms. Add. 5524. 
RED WELL (Rede well) v. sub Barton, &c. 
REDYNG v. sub Horham, &c. 



Rendham. 347 

REE al. Rees. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 

REED v. Rede. 

REED of Ipswich. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 

REEDHAM v. Rendham. 

REEVE family. Pedigree and Arms. Add. 5524. Harl. 155, 1103, 
1177, 1449, 1560 of Bury of Darsham of Hadleigh, of Males- 
worth, of Ipswich, &c., of Lowestoft, of Monewden and of Oulton. 
Pedigrees. Add. 19146 of Thwaite. Arms. S.I. vii. 48. John 
Reeve indicted for trespass and killing pheasants. 16 Hen. VIII. 
D.K.R. 3. App. ii. p. 223. Letter of John Reeve of Hepworth 
to Mr. Rawlyns 14 Jan. 1627-8. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 127. 
Clara Reeve d. of Wm. Rector of Freston, b. at Ipswich, 1738. 
Works : " The Old English Baron." Lond. 1778, 12nw. 1794, 8vo. 
" The two Mentors," " The Exiles," " Widows' Vows," " Life's 
Pilgrimage," " The Progress of Romance." Cole. 1785, 2 vols. 8vo. 
Translation of Barclay's Argenis with the title of " The Phoenix." 
1772, 4 vols. 12mo. " A Plan of Education," " Memoirs of Sir 
Roger de Clarenden. 4 vols. Thomas Reeve surg. at Botesdale, 
" An Account of a painful swelling of the Perinoeum." 1788. 

REGHAM v. Rendham. 

REGISTERS. Statement of parish and chapelry registers in England 
and Wales extant in the year 1831, &c. Add. 9355-9360. 
, Hist, of parish, by J. S. Burn. 2nd Ed. Lond. 1862, Svo. List 
of, by F. A. Crisp. 1897, fol. 

REID. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 

REIGNALD al. Reignolds al. Reynold. Pedigree. Add. 5524. Harl. 
155: 1103: 1177; 1449; 1560. 

REILLY. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 

REKYNGALL v. Rickinghall. 

RELIGIOUS HOUSES. Memoranda of the foundation of , in the time of 
the Saxons. Add. 6113. Trans, from records in the Exchequer 
office. Add. 6164-6166. Notes by B. Willis with additions by 
W. Cole relating to. Add. 5827-5830. Extents of Manors, &c., 
belonging to. Add. 17 Edw. I.-10 Rich. II. 6164. 

REMES MANOR and REMYS CH. v. sub Bruisyard Abbey. 

REMLESHAM v. Rendlesham. 

REMSTON v. sub Ash Booking, &c. 

RENDHAM (Reedham, Regham, Rengham, (?) Rimdham, Rinche', 
Rindeham, Rindha', Rindham, Rinham, Roudham (?), Ryndham). 

, Henry Caunap of, admitted at Caius Coll. E.A. (N.S.) ii. 59. 



348 Rendham. 

. Lands of Earl Alan. Ostula a freeman held 40a. as a manor, 

and Hune another freeman held 30a. as a manor la. meadow ; 

And 9 freem n held 9 la. as a manor, 4a. meadow. Dom. 

2976. 
. Lands of Robert Malet. A carucate and 69a. as a hamlet to 

this manor. 6a. meadow. A church with 24a. To this manor 

have been added 13 freemen with 80a. and 3a. meadow. All this 

Robert holds of Malet, Dom. 3076. 
. Lands of Roger Bigot. A bordar with lOa. Olf a freeman 

held 30a. as a manor and la. meadow, which Norman now holds 

of Bigot. Blacson a freeman held 66a. as a manor in K.E.'s time 

and 2a. meadow. This Ralph de Tourlaville now holds of Roger. 

And there were 4 freemen and a half who held 35a. and the said 

Ralph now holds. Dom. 344, 3446, 345. 
, Jury find that Beatrix and John Swan her husband had no 

offspring and that seisin taken under an alleged will of the sd. 

Beatrix not good. (O.E.) Abbr. of PI., 9 Edw. I. in oct. St. Hil. 

maj. rec. 17. 
, Robert Swan v. Ralph Swan, &c., touch, a tenement in. Pat. 

Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 17. 
, John Swan v. Robert Swan and others, touch, a tenement in. 

76. 7 Edw. I. I9d. 
, Avice late wife of Roger de Hole v. Robt. Swan and others, 

touch, a tenement in. 76. 9 Edw. I. 20d. 
, John le Blund and Margaret his wife recovered seisin against 

John son of Alexander de Ryndharn and others of 2 messuages 90 

acres of land and 1J of meadow 4 of pasture and 5s. rent in. O., 

31 Edw. I. 24. 
, Order not to molest John son of Alexander de Rendham by 

reason of a redisseisin that he made upon John le Blont of Eston 

and Margaret his wife of a tenement in. Close Rolls, 3 Edw. II. 5. 
, Extent of the lands belonging to Sibton Abbey in, 1324-5. Add. 

34560. 
, Land in, Thos. de Donewyco, parson of Westleton Church for 

Sibton Abbey. I.P.M., 14 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 24. 
, Abbey of Sibton gave to a certain chaplain 6 marks a year rent 

out of all their lands in. I.Q.D., 23 Edw. III. 72. 
, The King granted that the Abbey of Sibton might give 6 marks 

rent issuing out of all their lands in, for a certain chaplain for Ch. of 

Eyk. 0., 24 Edw. III. 44; 25 Edw. III. 25. 



Rendham. 349 

, Chaventes in, moiety of, Walter Beneyt and others for Bury 

Abbey. I.P.M., 38 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 41. 
, Ada de Watton gave to Sib ton Abbey lands in. I.Q.D., 40 Edw. 

III. 21. 
, Michael de la Pole E. of Suff. gave to the Master and Chaplains 

of Wingfield land in. Ib. 7 Hen. IV. 35. 

, Grants, &c., in, 1408. Harl. 54 I. 7 : 1430. Harl. 43 E. 19, 

54 I. 10 : 1431. Harl. 50 H. 27, 28, 54 I. 15 : 1435. Add. Ch. 

2016. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Stephen 

Oste fol. 71. 1458-1477. John Andrews fol. 48. Edward 

Baldwyn fol. 65. William Fiske fol. 251. Thomas Hall fol. 31. 

Lawrence Harmor fol. 180. Robert Herion fol. 87. Joan Herrion 

fol. 254. Rad. Lundneyes fol. 108. John Ranting fol. 254. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands of Duchy of Lancaster in, 7 to 8 

Edw. IV. Bundle 323, No. 5274. 
, Will of Edmund Thurston of, proved Canterbury 1500-1. 8 

Rep. Hist. Com. 333. 
, Grant to Cardinal Wolsey of all messuages, lands, &c., in, in 

King's hands, 1528. S.P., 20 Hen. VIII. 4473. 
, Sale to Thos. D. of Norf. of these lands. S.P., 24 Hen. VEIL 418 

(3) and Grant. Ib. 1207 (37). 
, Precipe on a covenant cone, land in, 1593. Add. Ch. 

25480. 
, Action by Wm. Browne v. Rich. Thunton, the Elder, cone. 

right of way and title to lands in. C.P. i. 99. 
, Hy. Denny v. Sir Edm. Rowse, touch, manor of Barnes in. C.P., 

ser. ii. B. liv. 8. 
, Hy. Fale and Eliz. his wife v. Thos. Bisshop and another touch. 

Will of John Palmer. C.P., ser. ii. B. Ixiii. 63. 
, Licence to Thos. Nuttall, Presbyterian for his house in, 1672. 

S.P. 550, 554. Receipt. Ib, 10. 

. Trust for Independents. Trust Deed. 49 Geo. III. 75, 13. 

. Meeting house registered for marriages 1837. L.G. 2522. 

1 Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 7 Jan. 1881. L.G. 64. 

. Dissolution of Friend in Need Club, 1898. L.G. 6464. 

RENDHAM v. svb Bruisyard, &c., Bruisyard Abbey, Bures, &c., Eye 

Honor, Lowestoft, Peasenhall, &c., Saxmundham, &c., Sibton 

Abbey, Swefling, &c., Thurstanton, &c., Wherstead, &c., Wick- 
ham, &c., Wingfield, &c. 



350 Rendham. 

RENDHAM MANOR. Licence to alienate to Sibton Abbey, 1355. Harl. 

84 B. 11. 
. Held by service " ad wardam " of Richmond Honor, 1355. 

Harl. 84 B. 11. 
, Margaret Wingfield d. 31 Aug. 1504 and Elizabeth wife of John 

Glemham and Katherine Bacon wife of Robert Garnish and Eleanor 

Bacon daur. of Thomas Bacon nearest of blood and next heir of the 

said Margaret, viz., daur. of Thos. Bacon son of Margaret. I.P.M., 

21 Hen. VII. 100. 

RENDHAM MANOR v. sub Parham Manor. 
RENDHAM CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19100, 19101. Brasses 

of Thomas Kyng vicar of (1523) of Richard Thurston (1616). 

Add. 32484, 32490. Plate. S.I. ix. 50. 
, In an action between Hamo de Tichesie and Ellis de Rindham 

as to whether the advowson of, appertained to land of Hamo or of 

Ellis in the town of Rindham judgment in favour of Ellis. Abbr. 

of PL, 13 John Hil. 21. 
. Perpet. Vicarius. Benedict le Heyr, de Walpole, 1313. Harl. 

83 E. 34. 
. ' Park Hall,' &c., in, Tithes. John Goose v. Francis Adston 

and others. 1708 at Beccles. Exch. dep. 

. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

RENDHAM and BRUSIARD (Bruisyard). Claim by descent as heir in 

tail of Richard Thurston against John Thurston, wife and others 

to 3 messuages called Blunts, Pypers and Paradice and lands in. 

C.P. iii. 142. 
RENDHAM, PESENHALE, BROSIYERD. 191 acres meadow, &c. Adam 

de Wottone and others for Sibton Abbey. I.P.M., 37 Edw. III. 

(2nd nos.) 30. 
RENDHAM, PEASENHALL, HEVENYHAM, SIBTON, WENHASTON and 

WALPOLE. Confirm, to Abbey of Sibton of grants of lands in, made 

by various parties. Pat. Rolls, 13 Edw. II. 9. 
RENDHAM, PESYNGHALL, SWEFTLYNQE, YOXFORD and WESTLETON. 

Licence for the Abbot of Sibton to acquire 162 acres and 3 rods 

meadow 5 of pasture and 3 rod wood in, in mortmain. 0., 40 

Edw. III. 29. 
RENDHAM, SAXMUNDHAM, KELSHALL and CARLTON. Action by 

Robert Hawys against Robert Skynner and others to establish 

purchase and avoid a lease for parcel of lands in, sold to pltf. by 

Nicholas Pryme. C.P. i. 394. 



Rendlesham. 351 



RENDHAM and SWEFLTNG (Swifding). Dionisia late wife of Ralph 

Swan v. Ralph Swan, &c., touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 2 

Edw. I. 17. 

RENDHAM. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 
REXDLESHAM (Randelsham, Remlesham, Rendlisham, Renlesham, 

Rennesham, Reslesham). 

, Notice of. B.A.A. xxi. 24. Sir John Falstoff of. E.A. ii. 167. 

. Land of Earl Alan. 5 whole and 7 half freemen held 50a. and 

2a. meadow and a freeman held 34a. as a manor, and la. meadow. 

Dom. 2936. 
. Lands of Robert Malet. 4 half freemen held 33a. a. meadow, 

and 2 freemen under them with 2a. Gilbert de Colville holds of 

Malet the land which Ulchetel held in K.E.'s time, viz., a carucate 

as a manor. 4a. meadow. 1 mill ; and 9 freemen held 30a. and 

2a. meadow ; and a freeman held 30a. and a Church with 20a. 

which Gilbert de Wishant holds of Malet ; and another freeman 

held 12a. Dom. 326, 3266. 
. Land of Roger Bigot. A freeman held 18a. which William 

Malet was seised of the day he died. Dom. 3436. 

. Lands of St. Etheldreda. Half a freeman held 6a. Dom. 3886. 

. Land of Hervey de Berri. Godgeva a freewoman held 60a. as 

a manor. 2a. meadow. And a freeman and a half held lOa. 

All this Bernard d'Alencon holds of Hervey and William Malet 

was seised of it the day he died. Dom. 4436. 

, Land in, Robert de Ufford. I.P.M., 26 Edw. I. 32. 

, Free warren in, Hugh de Naunton. Chart. Rolls, 2 Edw. II. 35. 

, 1 messuage 60 acres land, 6 acres meadow, 8 pasture and 



26s. rent. Robert de Furneux. I.P.M., 7 Edw. II. 12. 

, Release in, 1333. Add. Ch. 10274. 

, Sir Thomas de Holbrok of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. III. 

pt. ii. 13. 
, Peter Lacy of, parson of Whiteston Ch. mentioned. Close 

Rolls, 13 Edw. III. pt. ii. 40d. 
, Richard de Caketon of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 16 Edw. III. 

pt. i. 11. 
. Baventes or Baventishalle Manor. Robert de Redenhalle 

Parson of Ch. of Eye for a Chaplain. I.P.M., 28 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 

34. 
, Land in, Rich, de Rendlesham and Will. Glenham for Priory of 

Butley. 76. 31 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 38. 



Rendlesham. 



, Rich, de Rendlesham gave to Simon de Saltfletby certain lands 

in. I.Q.D., 36 Edw. III. 40. 
, Land in, Robert de Ufford E. of Suffolk, Campsey Priory. 

I.P.M., 42 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 21. 

, One fee in, Katerina Breux. 76. 3 Rich. II. 14. 

, Licence for John de Staverton to enclose a footpath running 

through his close called ' Suellyngesclose ' in, he making another. 

Pat. Rolls, 7 Rich. II. pt. ii. 21. I.P.M., 7 Rich. II. 160. 
, 3 acres of land and Colville Manor in, as of honor of Eye. Ric. 

Rendlesham for Church of. Ib. 13 Rich. II. 125. 
, Colvilles Manor in, as of honor of Eye. John Fastolf in right 

of Margt. his wife. Ib. 7 Hen. IV. 34, and advowson, Matil. wife of 

Sir Hugh Fastolf. Ib. 15 Hen. VI. 37. John Fastolf d. 8 Dec. 

1506 and Geo. s. and h. Ib. 22 Hen. VII. 57. 

, Will of John Greene of, proved at Ipswich 1444-1455 fol. 158. 

, Forced recovery of land in, from T. Charles to D. of Norf. 

annuled 1485. R.P. vi. 293, 294. recovered by Thos. E. of Surrey 

1495. Ib. 478. 

. Muster. 12 names, 1539. S.P. 652, M. 21. 

. Chancery Action : Edm. and Chas. Wiseman v. Wm. Bulk- 

brigge. C.P. ser. ii. B. cxcv. 34. 
. Leonard Mawe or Maw. Bp. of Bath and Wells, born at, 

died 1629. D.N.B. xxxvii. 111. 
, Estate of Robt. Lane (including manors of Colvils and Bavents 

at, and lands, &c., at Oreford). Fras. Burwell and others v. John 

Corrance. 16 Chas. II. at Woodbridge. Exch. dep. 
. Included in the Woodbridge County Court District 10 March 

1847. L.G. 990. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 7 Jan. 1881. L.G. 64. 

RENDLESHAM v. sub Ash, &c., Aspale, &c., Eye, &c., Eye Honor, 

Hacheston, &c., Kettleburgh Manor, Kettleburgh, &c., Parham 

&c., Wickham, &c. 

RENDLESHAM MANOR. Thomas de Holbrok. I.P.M., 34 Edw. III. 75. 
, As of Haughley Honor by service of 10s. to castle of Dover. 

John Holbrook. Ib. 50 Edw. III. 31. 
. Ric. Rendlesham for Rendlesham Church. Ib. 13 Rich. II. 

125. 
RENDLESHAM MANOE and ADVOWSON. Thos. Holbroke who died 

t. Edw. m. Ib. 7 Hen. VI. 58. John Fastolf. Ib. 26 Hen. VI. 

15. 



Rendlesham. 353 



RENDLESHAM CHURCH. Baker xxxi. 359. Description, its Rectors 

and Benefactions. Gent. M. 1821, pt. i. 9, 10. View of. Add. 

8987. Monuments in. Add. 19096, 19097. Plate. S.I. ix. 

190. 
, Licence for alienation in mortmain by Richard Rendlesham 

to Thomas Cobbe parson of, of 3a. for enlargement of manse. 

Pat. Rolls, 13 Rich. II. pt. i. 8. 
, Proceedings against Edw. Keen rector of, in Archdeacon's 

court, 1692. Tanner cxxx. 149 ; cxxxviii. 104. 
, Presentation of Arnald Lupi de Tilio to, by King's gift having 

custody of John s. and h. of John de Holebrook. Pat. Rolls, 5 

Edw. II. pt. i. 7. 
, Presentation of Master William de Langele to. Ib. 6 Edw. II. 

pt. i. 6. 76. 9 Edw. II. pt. ii. 18. 
. Rector Dom. Godf. Lumkyn de Braumford 1333. Add. Ch. 

9955, 9957. (Lumbekyn). Pat. Rolls, 8 Edw. III. pt. i. 19 ; 14 

Edw. III. pt. i. 29d. 
, Non-execution of a licence in mortmain to Abbey of Bruisyard 

to acquire advowson of. Pat. Rolls, 1 Rich. II. pt. v. 37. 
, Bond to perform award between Ric. Tateshale and John 

Sipton parson of. E.C.P., 28-31 Hen. VI. 19, 355. 

. Presentation of Gervase Hubbald to, 1621. S.P. 289. 

, Rev. Dr. Eliott recommended to H. C. as a fit person to be 

appointed to the Rectory of, 21 Car. I. H.L. vii. 357. 
, Order for the Rev. William Redgrave to be instituted to, 23 

Car. I. H.L. ix. 577. 
, Presentation of Bryan Smith ol. Smyth to, 12 Car. II. Pat. 

Rolls, D.K.R. 46. App. i. p. 106. His Petition, 1660. S.P. 116 

of Edmund Stub (? Edmond Stubbe) Fellow of Trinity Coll. Camb. 

1672. S.P. 245. Pat. Rolls, D.K.R. 44. App. i. p. Ill of 

Edward Keene, 3 Car. II. Pat. Rolls, D.K.R. 46. App. i. p. 

73. 
. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 

6216. 
RENDLESHAM and CRANESFORD. Tenements in, Robt. Ashfeld and 

others for B.M. Priory of Campsey. I.P.M., 22 Rich. II. 94. 
RENDLESHAM EYKK, LOTJDHAM and BROMESWELL. Licence to Rich. 

de Rendlesham to give certain tenements in, to Simon de Saltfletby 

chaplain for the chantry of St. Mary in Church of Eyke. O., 36 

Edw. III. 40. 

x 



354 Ren<Uesham. 



RENDLESHAM, EYKE, WANNESDEN, UFFORD, LOWDHAM and PISTRE. 
Claim by John Lutton as heir against Thomas Bamburghe and another 
as to manors and tenements called Randleshams, Staverton Hall 
and Sheringhams containing 400 acres in, the inheritance of Thomas 
Alwarde father of Margaret pltf.'s mother. C.P. ii. 156. 

RENTDLESHAM, FOXHOLE, RUSHEMERE, KESEGRAVE, BREDFIELD, 
BOULGE, MELTON and DEBATH. Fees in, Wm. de Ufford, E. of 
Suff. and Joan his wife. I.P.M.. 5 Rich. II. 57. 

RESDLESHAM, LTTDHAM, IKENE, BREDEFELD and NORTHGLEMHAM. 
Claim of Muriel late wife of John Erchebaud to lands in, granted by 
John de Holebrok and Petronilla his wife to Hugh de Naunton and 
which she held in dower and which reverts after her death to John 
and Petronilla and the heirs of the said John. Close Rolls, 1 Edw. 
II. 15. 

, Licence for John de Holebroke and Petronilla his wife to grant 

in fee to Hugh de Naunton certain lands, and the reversion upon 
death of Muriel late wife of John Erchebaud of other lands. Pat. 
Rolls, 1 Edw. II. pt. i. 8. 

RENDLESHAM, PYSTRES, OSMONDES, IPSWICH, a/. St. Peter's, and 
STAVERTON HALL MANORS, and LANDS, &c., in Sutton, &c. Rich. 
Howldyche, Anne his wife and others v. Wm. Bambury. C.P., 
ser. ii. B. Ixxxix. 20. 

RENDLESHAM. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 

RENGESTUNA v. Drinkstone, Rattlesden. 

RENGGESELLE v. Ringshall. 

RENHAM (? Rendham) Mention of. Tanner, cccv. 181. 

RENHAM MANOR (Thedwestry Hund.). John Maunsell. I.P.M., 
t. Hen. III. 159. 

RENTON (?). Bond to secure payment of 50 to Fysher at Suddon 
Hall, 20 Sept. 1581. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 17. 

, Letter of Attorney of Thomas Brampton of, 8 Sep. 1582. Ib. 19. 

RENTS in Suffolk, reserved out of divers Manors, granted to 
various persons t. Hen. VIII. Exchequer of Accounts. 1st 
Report on Public Records (1800) p. 185, 187. 

, Original Contracts of Sale of some, 1670, 1671, 1672. Ex- 
chequer of Accounts. 1st Report on Public Records (1800) 185. 

REODA v. Rede. 

REPINGTON and REPPES. Pedigrees. Add. 19146. Arms of latter. 
Harl. 1449. 

REPPINGALL. Pedigree. Harl. 1449 ; 1560. 



Revans. 355 

REPTON (Humphrey) b. at Bury in 1752 d. 1818. Gardener. D.N.B. 
xlviii. 28. Works : ' ' Sketches and Hints on Landscape Gardening." 
1794, fol. with Repton's obs. 1803, 4to. " Obs. on the Theory and 
Practice of L. G." 1803, 2nd Ed. 1805, 4to. " Fragments." 1816, 
4to. " Obs. on the Changes of Taste in L. G." 1806, Svo. ' A 
Letter to Uvedale Price." 1794, Svo. '' The L. G. and Landscape 
Architecture of the late Humphrey Repton," by J. C. Lond. 1840, 
Svo. '' Designs for the Pavilion at Brighton." 1808, fol. ' l Odd 
Whims and Miscellanies." 1804, 2 vols. 8vo. '' Variety " : a collec- 
tion of Essays written in the year 1787, 1788, 12mo. 

RESCEBROC al. Reschebroke v. Rushbrooke. 

RESCHEWORTH al. Resseworth v. Rushworth. 

RESEBI al. Reseby v. Risby. 

RESEDENE. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 

RESHEMERE al. Resemere al. Reshmere v. Rushmere. 

RESTON in Lothingland. David le Rede formerly held of the King in 
chief a gersumary socage in, and John Davi and Catherine his 
wife held 10 acres and the residue was held by others of them. H.R. 
ii. 166, 185. 

, Gerald Deacan formerly held of the King in chief a free socage 

in, and Christian de Lisle held 6 acres and others the residue of the 
said Christian. 76. 

, Seweyne, or Sewyn Dun formerly held of the King in chief a free 

socage in, and one John Bacon held 10 acres and the residue was 
held by others of him. Ib. 

, Adam de Perstwik Postwick or Prestwyk formerly held of the 

King in chief a gersumary socage in, and one Adam de Reston held 
28 acres and the residue was held by others of him. H.R. ii. 166, 
185. 

, Edmund de Hecham held of the King in chief a gersumary 

socage in. Ib. 163. 

, John son of William de Enggs held certain tenements in. Ib. 

185. 

, Subtraction by John son of William of Enges from a certain 

tenement in. H.R. ii. 169. 

, Licence for John Bacun to enclose a way in, on way from Little 

Yarmouth to Morford. Pat. Rolls, 21 Edw. I. 17. 

, Free warren in, John Bacun. Chart. Rolls, 28 Edw. I. 7. 

RESTON v. sub Yarmouth Little, &c. 

REVANS. Pedigree. Add. 19146. 



356 Reve. 

REVE of St. Edmund's Bury. Short Pedigree with arms in trick 1561. 

Rawl. B. 422. Grant of lands in Suff. to Robert Reve and others, 

8 Jac. I. 9 Pars 0. Rot. 142. 
REVELLES tenement v. sub Shimpling, &c. 
REVENUE. Let. Pat. to John Eyre of office of Receiver of, in Norf. 

and Suff. 1 Eliz. M. Hil. Rec. Rot. 7. of Rich. Miller and Isaac 

Miller, 16 Jac. I. O. Rot. 49. 
REVETT v. Rivett. 
REYCE (Robert). The Breviary of Suffolk. Harl. 3873. Add. 

8200, 1915, 5829, printed by Lord Francis Hervey. Lond. 1902, 

4to. E.A. vol. ix. 355. 
REYDON (Reidon, Reindon, Reyndon, Reydone, Rydone) in Blything 

Hund. 
, 13 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 406, 409. Henry Kedington of, 

admitted at Caius Coll. E.A. (N.S.) i. 19. Agnes Strickland of. 

Ib. ii. 94. 
. Lands of Ralph Baynard. 5 carucates, and 30 freemen held 

2 carucates and 5a. and 2 freemen held 16a. and 2 churches with a 

carucate of land. Dom. 414. 
, Grant by Ralph Lotun son and heir of William Lotun to Sir 

Robert de Reydon and Ida his wife of land in Bettolfuescroft, near 

the court of the said Sir Robert in. C. 2234. 
, Release by Robt. Holdeland of, to Denise, daur. of Ermerchardus 

de , of all the homage and service of Hugh . . . . ; 

with certain yearly rent. A. 7170. 
, Grant by William de le Holt to Gervase de Vallibusof land in 

[13th cent.] C. 1070. 
, Grant by Gervase de Vallibus to Roisia de Waldingfeld dau. 

of Robert de Waldingfeld of land which the said Gervase purchased 

of William de la Holt and of Sir Fulk de Vallibus in. C. 2299. 
, Order to give seisin to Roger de Cressi of land in, as Hugh de 

Cressi his father was seised at time of his death. Close Rolls, 

7 John, 26. 
, Roger de Cressy held a knight's fee of Walter son of Robert in.. 

T. de N. 290. 

, William de Valence held ' bortrem ' in. H.R. ii. 147, 197. 

, Land in, John de Vallibus. I.P.M., 16 Edw. I. 41. 

, Grants, etc., in, t. Edw. I. Harl. 48 G. 13 : 1296. Harl. 

48 G. 16 : 1297. Harl. 48 G. 15, 17 : 1467. Add. Ch. 10393 : 
1473. Harl. 51 F. 3 : 1441. Cott. xii. 42. 



Reydon. 357 

, Master Hugh Pessern sought to replevy to William de Valencia 

the latter's land in, taken into King's hands for his default against 

Robert son of Walter. Close Rolls, 4 Edw. I. IGd. 
, Prior of Beeston v. Roger de Coleville, senr. and others, touch. 

a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. I. 28d. 
, 1 messuage and 6 acres in Ugethal in, John Oligraunt for Prior 

of Wangford. I.P.M., 28 Edw. I. 106. 

, 2 fees 20 in, Robert son of Walter. Ib. 2 Edw. III. 59. 
, 100s. rent in, Alianora wife of John de Wynkefeld. Ib. 36 Edw. 

III.pt. ii. (2ndnos.)31. 

, Deeds belonging to Rich. E. of Kent relating to. S.P., 17 Hen. 

VIII. 1309. 

. Charity. 42 Eliz. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 1, No. 4. 

, Action by John Blosse v. Rich. Bateman, Amiable his wife, and 

Robt. Blosse, cone, claim by devise as ten. in tail, of a messuage 

called Cockerells and 60 acres in. C.P., i. 76, 79. 
, Thos. Walbie v. Wm. Crispe, touch, personal estate of John 

Walbie, wid. C.P., ser. ii. B. cxcviii. 7. 

. Inclosure Act. (Priv.) 38 Geo. III. c. 36. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 17 May. 1881. L.G. 2546. 

REYDON v. sub Wangford, &c. 

REYDON MANOR. Court Rolls. (29, 35 to 38, 40 to 42, 44 to 46 Edw. 

III. ; 1 to 4, 13, 19, 21, 22 Rich. II. ; 4 to 6 Hen. IV.). P.R.O., 

Portfolio 203, 105. 

. Hugo de Cressy. I.P.M., 47 Hen. III. 28. 
, William Blak sought to replevy to William de Valencia the 

latter's manor taken into King's hands for his default against Robert 

son of Walter. Close Rolls, 4 Edw. I. 15d. 

, The like, except 121. yearly of land in the same. Ib. 14d. 

. John de Clavering. I.Q.D., 12 Edw. II. 81. 

, Suit between John de Claveryng' and Aymer de Valencia E. of 

Pembroke as to, excepting 12 messes. 66 acres of land and 2 acres 

of meadow in. Close Rolls, 13 Edw. II. 2. Schedule. 
. Extent. Adomarus de Valencia E. of Pembroke. I.P.M., 

17 Edw. II. 75. 
, Extended at 51. 18. 3 property of Laurence de Hastynges 

in fee. Close Rolls, 18 Edw. II. 6. 
. Order to deliver to Hugh le Despenser son of Hugh le Despenser 

E. of Winchester, during minority of Laurence de Hastynges. 

Ib. 



358 Reydon. 

, The King assigned to Thomas le Blount and Juliana his wife 

formerly wife of John de Hastingges kinsman and co-heir of Aymer 

de Valencia E. of Pembroke as dower, of the yearly value of 51. 18s. 

3^. Close Rolls, 1 Edw. III. pt. i. 24, 15, 4. 0., 1 Edw. III. 28. 

Close Rolls, 15 Edw. III. pt. i. 3ld. 

. William de Clynton E. of Huntingdon. I.P.M., 28 Edw. III. 59. 

. Juliana Countess of Huntyngdon. Ib. 41 Edw. III. 34. 

. John de Hastynges E. of Pembroke. Ib. 49 Edw. III. pt. i. 

70. 
, The King committed to Margaret Countess of Norf. and Anne 

who was wife of John de Hastynges late E. of Pembroke dec. the 

custody of all lands held of the King in chief until heir of age 

paying (inter alia) to John Courson 100 marks out of the profits 

of. 0., 49 Edw. III. 17. 
, Reg. de Grey, Ric. Talbot, John Lescrop, &c. I.P.M., 15 Rich. 

II. pt. ii. 179. 

, Manumission in, 1405. Add. Ch. 10382. 

. Charles Earl of Worcester d. 15 April 1526 and Henry s. and h. 

I.P.M., 18 Hen. VIII. 44. 

REYDON CHURCH. Monuments in. E.A. viii. 94. Plate. S.I. ix. 15. 
REYDON, OTTELEE, LYDEGATE, BADMONDESFELD and WRYDELINGTON 

MANORS. John s. and h. of John de Hastinges E. of Pembroke. 

I.P.M., 13 Rich. II. 30. 
REYDON and UGGECHALE. Licence for alienation in mortmain by John 

Oligraunt to the Priory of Wangeford of a messuage and 6 acres 

in. Pat. Rolls, 28 Edw. I. 4. 
REYDON and WANGFORD. Claim as heir by Judith Cryspe against 

Robert Fryer as to a bond tenement called Thornes held of the manor 

of Reydon and divers bond lands in, late the estate of John Fryer 

dec. plaintiff's cousin. C.P. i. 166. 
REYDON and WYNFEILDS MANORS. Action by William Keble and 

others against Thomas Graye to redeem a copyhold messuage and 

lands part held of manor of Raydon in Raydon and other part of 

manor of Wyngfields in Wankford mortgaged to deft, by Thomas 

Holbeck dec. C.P. ii. 111. 

N.B. The subsequent entries under Reydon may either refer to 

Raydon in Samford or to Reydon in Blything. 
RBYDON. Abstract of deed relating to. Add. 5836. 
, Grant by William son of William son of Stephen to Robert son 

of Syward de Reidun, of his alder bed in. C. 2290. 



Reydon. 359 

, Grant by Richard, Peter and Miles sons of William de la Wyle 

to Robert son of William le Fanch, and Adam Scite of all their land in, 

except a messuage formerly their father's and an alder bed. C. 2649. 
, Grant by Hugh de Polestede to SS. Peter and Paul in frankalmoin 

of the land, &c., that Alwin Lykepam, held of his father in. A. 3332. 
, Suit between Nichol de Hadley and Osbert son of Ascelin de 

Reidon concern, lands in, 1200. D.K.R. 4. App. ii. p. 141. 
, Order to give seisin to Nich. son of Robert de Dunewic of all 

the lands of Geram de Vernon in. 17 John pt. i. 6., ref. 

, Roger de Tresk had lands in. T. de N. 284. 

, Joan daughter of Adam (or Ada) de Bedingfield v. Radulph 

Lutun and others, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 4 Edw. I. Id. 
, Radulph Petit v. John de Holton and others, touch, a tenement 

in. Ib. 4 Edw. I. 13d. 
, Roger prior of Beeston v. Roger de Colvill senr. and others 

touch, a tenement in. 76. 8 Edw. I. Yld, 
, Lease by Geoffrey de Fulslo to Peter de Reydon of land in, 35 

Edw. I. C. 823. 

, Free warren in, John de Reines. Chart. Rolls, 8 Edw. III. 2. 

, Robert de la Lee of, mentioned. Close Rolls, 13 Edw. III. pt. i. 

48dL 
, Pardon of William son of John le Smyth of, for death of Richard 

Page of. Pat. Rolls, 13 Edw. III. pt. ii. 7. 
. Insp. and Conf. of Let. Pat. 16 Feb. 35 Edw. III. granting 

licence of Priory of St. Julian and St. Botolph, Colchester, to acquire 

in mortmain lands in. Pat. Rolls, 2 Hen. IV. pt. i. 31. 
, Rich. Mayden for felony suspended from holding 1 messuage 

and 3 acres in. I.Q.D., 12 Hen. IV. 3. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Thomas 

Brabson fol. 70. John Moraveder fol. 145. Wm. Reydon 

fol. 201. 
, Ministers' accounts of land in, t. Hen. VI. Bundle 1003, No. 23. 

23 to 24 Hen. VI. Bundle 1119, No. 4. of Duchy of Lane. in. 

20 to 21 Edw. IV. Bundle 295, No. 4848. 
. Tenement called Wardes in, Gilbert Debenham. I.P.M., 21 

Edw. IV. 48. 
, Licence to Robt. Downes to alienate lands in. S.P., 22 Hen. 

VIII. 220 (4). 
, Grant in fee to Thos. Alvarde of lands in. S.P. 26 Hen. VIII. 

vol. vii. 1601 (2). 



360 Reydon. 

REYDON v. sub Burstall, &c., Higham, &c., Honington, &c., Sowneys 

Manor, Wixoe, &c. 
REYDON CHURCH. Drawing of font in. A.J. ii. 267. Sketch of 

window in. Add. 6747. Monuments in. Add. 19080, 19083. 
, Pardon to Walter parson of, for not answering a claim. Pat. 

Rolls, 13 Rich. II. pt. iii. 7. 
, Presentation of John son of John Alunday of Knapeton to, in 

gift of late King by reason of the death whilst a minor of Robert 

de Tateshale. Ib. 1 Edw. II. pt. ii. 27. 
, Bond to resign to another, John Magurnes executor of Rob. 

Drax, formerly vicar of, v. Thos. Hulston of Wangford. E.C.P., 

6 Hen. IV. 2 Hen. VI. 4, 90. 

, Grant in fee to Thos. D. of Norf. of, 1540. S.P. 942 (43). 

. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

REYDON and LAYHAM. Robert son of Richard Boysdan v. Joan de 

Layham and Thomas Leggy, touch, possess, in. Pat. Rolls, 7 

Edw. I. 18d. 
REYDON and SUDBURY. Insp. and Conf. of a charter of Rich. I. 

relating to lands in, granted to Priory of St. Julian and St. 

Botolph, Colchester. Ib. 2 Hen. IV. pt. i. 31. 
REYDON family. Arms. Add. 5524. Harl. 1449. Receipt from 

Thos. de Brumton to Sir Robert Reydon for a rent in. 4 Edw. II. 

C. 1730. 

REYMES MANOR oZ. Ravenshall v. sub Higham (Samf.). 
REYMES family. Arms. Harl. 1449. Add. 19146. 
REYNELL. Pedigree of, illustrated with divers arms and extracts from 

old deeds, &c., relating to their lands, &c., in Cos. Somers. Devon, 

Camb. Suff. York, &c. Harl. 4031. 
REYNOLD v. Reignald. 
REYNOLDS family. N. and Q., 5th ser. v. 367. of Belstead, Bury 

and Debach. Pedigrees. Add. 19146. Serm. by W. Reynolds 

of Wattisham to Baptist Churches and meeting at Clare. Ipsw. 1823. 
REYNOLLS. Pedigree. Harl. 1552. 
REYSSEBROOK v. Rushbrooke. 
RIBBANS (Rebecca) b. at Lavenham in 1795 daughter of William 

East, postmaster of Lavenham for upwards of 50 years d. 13 Aug. 

1821, Works : " A Poem on Lavenham Church." " Ipswich County 

Press," 1822. " Effusions of Genius." 
RICE and RICH. Pedigrees. Add. 19146. 
RICHARDS HALL MANOR v. sub Thedwestry Hund. 



RickingJiall. 361 



RICHARDSON (the Novelist) and RICHARDSON of Long Melford. Pedi- 
grees. Add. 19146. 
RICHERS (? Richards) (John) v. Richard Wharton as to matter in 

variance t. Hen. VIII. Star Chamber Proceedings. D.K.R. 49, 

p. 398, 494. 

RICHMAN al. Richmond of Ellough. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 
RICHMOND, HONOR of. Grant to Ralph Willoughby of office of steward 

and receiver for life, 1484-5. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 135. 
RICKINGHALL (Kikingahale, Neyerykynghale, Ouererykynghale, Rach- 

ingehala, Reckengall, Reckengale, Rekyngall, Rickingehall, Rikine- 

hala, Rikingehall, Rikinghal, Rikinghale, Rikinghall, Rikynghale, 

Rykinghale, Rykinghall, Rykynghal, Rykynghale). 
N.B. The following 8 entries may refer either to Rickinghall Inferior 

or Superior. 

RICKINGHALL. On old biers found at. B.A.A. xxxv. 425. 
, Grant in, nr. Ashcroft (Aciescroft) and late Hen. III. Harl. 

52 I. 39. 

, Grants, &c., in t. Hen. III. Harl. 50 C. 54. 

, William Spot of, mentioned. Ib. 16 Edw. III. pt. ii. 36. 
, Forcible ouster at, Smyth v. Garmon. Star C.P., Hen. VIII. 

Bundle 31, 40. 

, Licence for house of Elizabeth Rust, Congregationalist, 1672. 

S.P. 200, 202. 
RICKINGHALL v. sub Bury St. Edmunds, Bury St. Edmunds, &c., 

Chevington, &c., Edwardeston, &c., Eye St. Peter Mon., Eye 

Manor, Hinderclay, &c., Ixworth Priory, Redgrave, &c., Wattis- 

field, &c. 
RICKINGHALL CHURCH. Sketches of windows in, by Kerrich. Add. 

6744. Monumental inscriptions. Add. 18482. Visited by Suffolk 

Institute (1880). S.I. vi. 315. 
, Protection for one year for Master Giles Filloll parson of. Pat. 

Rolls, 22 Edw. I. 5d. 

. Valuation of Rectory, 36 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 

162. 
RICKINGHALL INFERIOR in Blackbourn Hund. Lands of Robert Malet. 

Hubert holds a freeman with 30a. Dom. 328. 
. Lands of St. Edmund. In K.E.'s time 2 carucates as a manor. 

1 water mill. 8a. meadow. And 22 socmen held half a carucate 

and 6a. meadow. And 2 freemen held a carucate and 2a. 

meadow. A church with 24a. Dom. 3646, 365. 



362 Rickinghall. 



, Final concord, 9 K. John, by which John son of Will, de 

Costantin acknowledges that 110 acres of land in, belongs to the 

Abbey of Bury. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 16. 
, Grant by Adam, rector of, to St. Edmund and to Sir Robt. 

Chamberlain of rents which Nicholas, son of Elie de Watlesfeud, 

gave to him (c. 1220-30). Ib. 36. 
, Grant by Geoffrey, son of Gilbert, son of Aylmer de Rykinghal 

to the Abbey of Bury of land called ' Wodhangestoft ' under the 

wood called Swineffrith (1234-1248). Ib. 43. 
, Grant by Ralph Banecroft to the Abbey of Bury of one acre in 

(1234-1248). Ib. 42. 
, Grant by Alexander, son of Walter de R. to the Abbey of Bury 

of land in (1248-56). Ib. 54. 
, Grant of a marsh, &c., in, by Bury St. Edmunds Abbey [1257- 

79]. Add. Ch. 7211. 
, Grants, &c., in t. Hen. III. Harl. 50 E. 39 : 1339. Hark 



51 F. 21': 1378. Harl. 46 A. 19. 1387. Harl. 51 D. 52 : 1407. 

Harl. 58 D. 22 : 1416. Add. Ch. 9692. 
, John de Cavendysshe and others gave to Bury Abbey lands in. 

I.Q.D., 37 Edw. III. 6. 
, Rental and customary of the lands of the monastery of Bury 

in 1387. Add. 14849. 

, Charters relating to, and Rental t. Hen. VI. Add. 14850. 

, Pardon of outlawry to Wm. Elyver late of. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. 

IV. pt. i. 21. 
. Evidence of property of Bury St. Edmunds Abbey in 15 and 

16th cent. Add. 31970. 

Thos. Parsye v. Robt. Dowe. C.P., ser. ii. B. cxli. 66. 

, Estreat Rolls of Westhall in, 1616-1624. 13 Rep. Hist. Com. 

pt. iv. 412. 

Broomehill or Broomclose. Tithes. Asty Ives v. John Beart. 

27 Chas. II. at Botesdale. Exch. dep. 

, Methodists at. Trust Deed. 4 Will. IV. 53, 4. 

. Transferred to the Hartismere Rural Deanery 1837. L.G. 1367. 

, Chapel for the Particular Baptists at. Trust Deed. 1847, 100, 

15. 
. Included in the Bury S. Edmunds County Court District 1847. 

L.G. 990. 
, A piece of land in the parish of, for scholastic purposes. Trust 

Deed. 1854, 43, 3. 



RickingMl. 363 

, Transferred to the Eye County Court District 1857. L.G. 

2239. 

. Chapel registered for marriages 1861. L.G. 2580. 

. Included in the Blackburn Highway District 1863. L.G. 1618. 

. Bye-laws of School Att. Com. 1881. L.G. 2010. 

RICKINGHALL INFERIOR v. sub Rickinghall Superior, &c. 
RICKINGHALL MANOR al. Westhall Manor. Abstracts of customs, &c. r 

16th cent. Add. 31970. 
, Particulars of, for grant to Nicholas Bacon 36 Hen. VIII. 

D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 162. Grant, 37 Hen. VIII. 4 Pars O. Rot. 

178. 
RICKINGHALL INFERIOR CHURCH. Round Tower of. E. A. i. 109, 166. 

Monuments in. Add. 19079. Plate. S.I. viii. 318. 
, Presentation of Clement Denston parson of, to Rysby on 

exchange by King, Abbey of Bury being in his hands. Pat. Rolls, 

7 Hen. VI. pt. i. 15. 

. Procurations and synodals released 1879. L.G. 5216. 

RICKINGHALL SUPERIOR in Hartismere Hund. Recantation of Anthony 

Yaxley of. E.C.C. 42. E.A. (N.S.) iii. 380. 
. Land of Robert Malet. Britfleda a freewoman held a carucate 

and 30a. in K.E.'s time. 2a. meadow and 2. freemen hold 5a. 

which Hubert holds of Malet. Dom. 3096. 
. Land of St. Edmund. 14 freemen held 80a. and 2a. meadow. 

The fifth part of a church with 5a. Dom. 361. 

, Deeds relating to, t. Edw. I. Add. Ch. 28382. 

, Henry Talebet v. Hugh Fitz-John and Adam del Hog, touch, a 

tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. 10. 
, Grant by Hugh son of John to the Abbey of Bury of a windmill 

in Upper R. (1279-1301). Bodl. Suff. Ch. 86. 

, Grants, etc., in, 1316-7. Harl. 49 B. 51 : 1328. Harl. 48 C. 

22: 1346. Harl. 57 F. 42 : 1352. Harl. 51 D. 51 : 1361. 

Harl. 51 F. 13 : 1378. Harl. 46 A. 19 : 1385. Harl. 51 F. 37 : 

1387. Harl. 51 D. 52 : 1391. Harl. 53 D. 22 : 1407. Harl. 

58 D. 22, 43 : 1412. Harl. 56 B. 41 : 1444. Harl. 46 A. 20. 
, Covenant cone. Facon's Hall manor in, 1501. Add. Ch. 

16570, 16571. 
, Action by Robert Foster against Humphrey and Henry Hewlett 

to complete title by purchase respecting land held of manor of Fitz- 

james (? Fitz John) in, sold by deft, to John Foster pltf's late 

father. C.P. i. 296. 



364 Rickinghall. 



, Claim under a will by George Foster against Ann Foster wid. 

and others to lands held of the manor of Fyt John in, late the estate 

of John Foster pltf's father. C.P. i. 324. 
, A piece of land in, for Primitive Methodist Connexion. Trust 

Deed. 1852, 2, 12. 
. Included in the Hartismere Highway District 13 Jan. 1863. 

L.G. 231. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1702. 

RICKINGHALL UPPER v. sub Market Weston, &c. 

RICKINGHALL MANOR. John Crowe and Mary his wife claimed view 

of frankpledge and assize of bread and beer in. Q.W. 732. 
, Thomas son of Talebot de Hyntelesham and Joan his wife. 

I.P.M., 34 Edw. I. 210, and with advowson. Ib. 8 Edw. II. 50. 
, Order to escheator not to meddle with manor and advowson 

and to deliver to Joan late wife of Thomas son of Talbot as they 

were jointly enfeoffed and the manor is held of John le Burser 

by knight service. Close Rolls, 8 Edw. II. 28. 
, Edm. de Talbot de Hyntlesham enfeoffed Robt. de Boxford 

and others. Ib. 3 Rich. II. 97. 
RICKINGHALL SUPERIOR CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19089, 

19090. Plate. S.I. viii. 318. 

. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

RICKINGHALL, SUPERIOR and INFERIOR. Deeds from t. Edw. I. to 

1559 relating to land in. Add. Ch. 27005-27017, 28382. 
RICKINGHALL SUPERIOR, RICKINGHALL INFERIOR and HINDERCLEY. 

Inclosure of Commons Act. (Priv. pr.) 55 Geo. III. c. 12. 
RICKINGHALL and REDGRAVE. Grant by William Cokerel to Bury 

Abbey of the tenement which he held by the gift of Hugh son of 

Robert Seffled de Torp in (c. 1248-1256). Bodl. Suff. Ch. 52. 
, Grant by Hugh son of Robt. Seffled to Bury Abbey of one messuage 

2|a. of land a green way and 5a. of wood in (1248-56). Bodl. Suff. 

Ch. 53. 
RICKINGHALL and WATLESFELD. Pardon to the Abbey of Bury for 

acquiring in mortmain without licence 9J acres in, from Robert son 

of Peter de Rykynghal, Isabella dau. of Edmund de Ecclesia of 

Rykynghal and Adam Kyng of Watlesfeld. Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. III. 

pt. i. 30. 

RICKINGHALL, WATLESFIELD and HINDERCLE. Quit claim by Bartholo- 
mew son of Augustine de Walsyngham to Bury Abbey of all right 

in lands in Lower R., 13 Edw. II. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 99. 



Rings field. 365 

RICKINGHALL and RICKTHORNE. Pedigrees. Add. 19147. 

RIDDLES v. sub Orford. 

RIDDLESWOKTH CHtTRCH v. sub Knettishall Church. 

RIDELL and RIECE. Pedigrees. Add. 19147. 

RIETE v. Rede. 

RIFFE [Rise ?] family. Arms. Add. 5524. 

RIGBY. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 

RIGHESHALAM al. Rignesete v. Ringshall. 

RIGMERE near Ipswich. Mentioned. Arch. xii. 143. 

RINDEHAM al. Rindham al. Rinham v. Rendham. 

RINGESLEY. Land in, Gilbert de Clare E. of Gloucester. I.P.M., 

8 Edw. II. 68. 

RINGESLEY (Ryngesle) v. sub Bradley, &c. 
RINGESTON v. sub Ashe, &c. 
RINGSETT (Rigneseta) in Bosmere Hund. Land of Richard son of 

Earl Gislebert. Hardechin a freeman held lOOa. as a manor in 

K.E.'s time now Goisfrid holds. 7a. meadow. And Godric 

a freeman in K.E.'s time held 60a. as a manor. And Codwi a freeman 

held 60a. as a manor. All this Goisfrid holds. And to this manor 

Phin added in K. William's time 3 freemen with 20a. Dom. 3936. 
RINGSFIELD (Rinesfella, Ringefield, Ringesfelda, Ringesfella, Ringes- 

field, Ringgesfeld, Ryngefeld, Ryngesell, Ryngesfeld). 
. Land of the King. A freeman under K.E. holds 1 carucate 

and a half as a manor. 2a. meadow. Half a mill. A church with 

15a. and 11 freemen in K.E.'s time held a carucate and 2a. meadow. 

Part of a church with 20a. Dom. 282&. 
. Land of Roger Bigot. 8 freemen held 76a. and la. meadow. 

Dom. 335. 
. Land of Earl Hugh. 2 freemen held 12a. which Warin son 

of Burnwin holds. Dom. 301. 

, Free warren in, Henry de Vallibus. Chart. Rolls, 48 Hen. III. 1. 

, Free warren in, Walter de Redesham. Ib. 51 Hen. III. 6. 

, Grants, &c., in, early 14 cent. Harl. 48 G. 13 : 1386. Harl. 

56 G. 21 : 1396. Harl. 48 I. 39 : 1422. Harl. 50 F. 36. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. John Caker- 

moll fol. 100. William Carter fol. 138. Thomas Smith fol. 202. 
, Pardon of outlawry to Simon Blyaunt al. Bleant of. Pat. Rolls, 

5 Edw. IV. pt. i. 32. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands of Duchy of Lancaster in, 7 and 8 

Edw. IV. Bundle 323, No. 5274. 



366 Rings field. 

, Lands of Sir John Leaman in, purchased of Edw. Tasborough, 

1635. S.P. 69. 

, Plan of Sir R. Rich's estates there, 1769. Add. 34557. 
. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 16 Dec. 1880. L.G. 

6673. 

RINGSFIELD v. sub Beccles, &c., Ilketshall, &c., Rose Hall, &c. 
RINGSFIELD MANOR. John Blyant d. 8 March 1523 and Richard 

Blyant s.>nd h. I.P.M., 14 Hen. VIII. 107. 
RINGSFIELD MANOR v. sub Bungay Priory. 
RINGSFIBLD CHURCH. Registers (begin 17th century, older destroyed). 

N. and Q., 7 ser. x. 422. Monuments in. Add. 19111, 19112. 

Inscriptions. Add. 18481. Brass of M. Garneys and family (c. 

1600). Add. 32484. Predeath monument in. E.A. ii. 95. 

Plate. S.I. viii. 328. 
. Rector late Hen. III. Mich, de Culesle. Harl. 56 B. 18 : 

t. Edw. I. (as Dom. Michael). Harl. 47 F. 3. 
, Protection for Henry de Bureford parson of. Pat. Rolls, 4 

Edw. II. pt. ii. 3. 
, Richard de Byrlyngham parson of, mentioned. Ib. 8 Edw. III. 

pt. ii. 31. 
, John Wrawe late parson of, excepted in a pardon, 1381. R.P. 

iii. 1116'. 

. Desecration by Dowsing 1643. S.I. vi. 258, 281. 

with Redisham, Little. Procurations and synodals released 26 

Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

RINGFIELD CHURCH v. sub Barsham Church, &c. 
RINGSFIELD and BECCLES. John Canne i. Martin Wright and Wm. 

Middleton. C.P., ser. ii. B. xxxvi. 24. 
RINGSHALL (Renggeselle, Righeshalam, Rignesete, Ringesele, Ringe- 

sell, Ringeselle, Ringeshall, Ringheschla, Ringleshall, Ringlesheld, 

Ringsall, Ryngehale, Ryngeall, Ryngesale, Ryngeshale, Ryngeshell, 

Ryngesle ?). 
. 9 Rep. Hist. Com. 241. Lands in. 14 Rep. pt. vi. N.S. i. 

413. Jonathan Watson of. N. and Q., 8th ser. xi. 188. 
. Lands of Roger Bigot. Lewin a freeman held a carucate and 

80a. as a manor in K.E.'s time. 4a. meadow. Half a church 

with 15a. And Grim a freeman held lOOa. as a manor in K.E.'s 

time. 4a. meadow. These 2 manors William de Burnville 

holds of Roger. And 4 freemen had 50a. and la. meadow. William 

de Burnville now holds. Dom. 336. 



Ringshall. 367 

. Lands of William brother of Roger de Otburvitte. Godwi a 
freeman held a carucate and 40a. as a manor. 6a. meadow. Half 
a church with 12a. Of this manor Hugh holds 40a. A freeman 
Uluric held 80a. as a manor. 4a. meadow. Fulco holds of William 
Trumuric a freeman under the King held 18a. in K.E.'s time, now 
William holds in demesne. Edric a freeman held 5a. now William 
holds in demesne. Dom. 405. 

. Lands of Robert E. of Moretaign. The Earl holds in demesne 



a manor of 30a. which Ulmar a freeman held. 2a. meadow. The 
12th part of a church in Battisford. A freeman Booty held 4a. 
Dom. 2916. 

, William de Auberevill held 1 knight's fee in. T. de N. 

286. 

, Brian son of Aunsel held half a knight's fee in. 76. 

, Brian de Ringeshal' held half a knight's fee of Margaret de 

Ripariis in. T. de Nevil 290. 

, Robert de Willakesham held one knight's fee of Margaret de 

Ripariis in. 76. 

, Sewale de Ringleshal held half a knight's fee in, of the Honor 

of Clare. T. de N. 290. 

. Market and fair. Thomas Charles. Chart. Rolls, 54 Hen. III. 

4 and 5. 

, Richard de la Rokele and Robt. de Wyllasham claimed view of 

frankpledge and assize of bread and beer in, claim from William 
de Daundevill who came over with Conqueror. From this William 
descended to William and Jordan as heirs. William died without 
heirs and rights passed to Peter his brother and heir who gave 
same to William de la Rokele father of Richard. From Jordan 
rights descended to Matilda daur. and heir and from her to Robert 
as son and heir and from Robert to Radulph his son and heir and 
from him to his son Radulph and from him to Robert as son and 
heir. Q.W. 728. 

, Ranulph de Lelleseye and Katherine his wife v. Luke de Deben- 

ham, chaplain, and others, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 7 
Edw. I. ISd. (61) Ditto v. Prior of Bricet touch, tenement in. 
76. I8d. (65). 

, Thomas de Kent and Alice his wife, Ranulph de Arderne 

and Katherine his wife, Edmund de S. Clare, and Matilda his 
wife v. Radulph de Lyndes, touch, land in. 76. 8 Edw. I. 
18d. 



368 Ringshatt. 

, Fulcard le Thirs v. Luke le Chapeleyn and Ranulph de la Warde 

and Katherine his wife, touch, a messuage and land in. Ib. 9 Edw. L 

IQd., 12d. 
, Thomas de Bircholte and Alice his wife. Ranulph le Warde 

and Katherine his wife, Edmund deSeintlon and Matilda his wife 

and Geoffrey Hok and Agnes his wife v. Radulph de Hardricheshull 

and others, touch, land in. Ib. 9 Edw. I. 26d. 
, William son of Robert le Enueyse v. Thomas de Byrcheholte 

and others, touch, land in. Ib. 9 Edw. I. Id., 9d. 

, Free warren in, Thomas Charles. Chart. Rolls, 13 Edw. I. 104. 

, Finding that Ranulph de la Wade of Ringessale William and 

Nicholas his sons trespassed on the free warren of Thomas Charles 

at, and the King has 10 for forfeiture in the said warren. Abbr. 

of PL, 16 and 17 Edw. I. (Maj. record. Mich.) 35. 
, Land in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. I.P.M., 

35 Edw. I. 46. 
, Grant by John son of Elias de Ocholte to Sir Richard de Rokele 

of land in a field called ' Bydhodescroft ' in, 6 Edw. II. C. 468. 

, Free warren in, Kersey Prior. Chart. Rolls, 19 Edw. II. 23. 

, Land in, Robert de Insula son and heir of Sir John de Insula 

granted to the King and his heirs. I. P.M.. 42 Edw. III. 53. 
. Will of Margery Howard of, proved at Ipswich, 1458-1477. 

fol. 88. 

, Pardon for Alice Maune of. S.P., 6 Hen. VIII. 5260. 

, The King and Queen v. Thomas Gresham. Disputed claim to 

reliefs and knights' fees in, Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. to Pleadings. 

N.D. (Phil, and Mary) 23. 

, Lease, &c., in, 1632. Add. Ch. 10108 : 1636. Add. Ch. 10110. 

. Transferred to the Stowmarket County Court District 8 July 

1851. L.G. 1767. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1690. 

RINOSHALL v. sub Battisford, &c., Bricett Great, &c., Bury St. 

Edmund?, &c., Clare (Gilbert de), Elmsett, &c., Syleham, &c. 
RINGSHALL MANOR. Extracts from court rolls (1545-1553). Add. 

Ch. 10098. 

, Grant of goods in, 1394. Harl. 51 E. 11. 

, Action by William Gresham against Francis Cuddon and Thomas 

Cuddon for relief against an alleged fraud relating to, of which Sir 

Thomas Gresham was seised for life with divers remainders over. 

C.P. i. 366. 



Risbridge. 369 

RINGSHALL CHURCH. Curious fresco in. E.A. i. 77, 110. Monu- 
ments in. Add. 19084, 19085. Extract from Register of. E.A. 

vi. 256. Plate. S.I. ix. 160. 

. Persona. Willelmus, 1355. Harl. 54 G. 49. 

. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

RINGSHALL and BATTISFORD Lands, &c., called Derwent in, Wm. 

Leyngge of Battisford v. Simon Bliaunt. E.C.P., 6 Hen. IV. 

2 Hen. VI. 4, 166. 
RINGSHALL, BATTISFORD and ST. JOHN'S MANORS. Dame Isabel 

Gresham wid. v. Brian Curteys. C.P., ser. ii. B. Ixxvi. 16. 
RINGSHALL, BEILHAM, CONHAWE, ? BERMOUNDESDEN, KENBROK and 

LEVINGTON. 4 knights' fees in, Thos. E. of Norf. I.P.M., 1 Hen. 

IV. 716 ; John D. of Norf. 76. 11 Hen. VI. 43. 
RINGSHALL, HITCHAM, BATTISFORD, WATTISHAM and COMBES. Chancery 

Suit : Geo. Leggate and Anne his wife v. Henry Cuttinge. C.P., 

ser. ii. B. cxi. 35. 
RINGSHALL and THURLESTON. 14 acres of land in, Rog. de Wolferton 

for Ipswich Priory. I.P.M., 15 Rich. II. pt. ii. 166. 
RINGSHALL, WALSHAM, BASSFORD and COMBS. Chancery suit : 

Thomas Cutting v. George Smyth. C.P., ser. ii. B. xxxii. 2. 
RINGSTEAD (Ringested, Ringstede, Ryngestede). 
-, Land in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. I.P.M., 

35 Edw. I. 46. Maria de Brotherton. Ib. 36 Edw. III. pt. ii. 9. 

John D. of Norf. Ib. 19 Edw. IV. 73. 
. Burial Orders, 1894. L.G. 2688, 3733. 



RINGSTEAD (Ryngestede) v. sub Shadingfield, &c. 

RISANGRA v. Rishangles. 

RISBRIDGE (Risbregg, Riseburgh) HUNDRED. 

. Lands of Earl Alan. 9a. Dom. 2926. 

, Illaria Trussebut is in the gift of the King and her lands in, of 

the value of xx. T. de N. 300. 
, Alic' de Elm is in the gift of the King and her lands hi, of the 

value of v marks per annum. 76. 

. Henry de Helyun and Alicia his wife. I.P.M., 32 Edw. I. 41. 

, Land in, Rich, de Walkefare for Hospital of St. Mary Magdalene, 

Beccles. 76. 35 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 11. 
, Land in, Margt. wife of Sir John Pocklyngton. 76. 15 Hen. VI. 

61. 
, Musters in, 161 archers, 178 billmen, 68 bows, 79 bills, 79 

harness, 21 horses, 48 sheaves of arrows, 1539. S.P. 652 M. 21. 

Y 



370 Risbridge. 

, Orders 31 Eliz. for suppressing of rogues, vagabonds, idle, 

loitering and lewd persons in. Harl. 364. 
, Grants and other deeds relating to lands in, 1606-1664. Add. 

Ch. 10563-10568. 
, Certificate as to corn only 2 alehouses and no broggers of 

corn, &o., 1623. S.P. 549. 
, Certificate of musters of foot company under John Lehunte 

in, 1631. S.P. 151. 

RISBRIDGE HUNDRED v. sub Babergh Hund., &c., Clare. 
RISBRIDGE UNION (formed 1835) Audit 14 Oct. 1879. L.G. 5893 ; 

24 March 1882. L.G. 1342. 
. General Orders of the Local Government Board 15 June 1875. 

L.G. 3096 ; 20 Feb. 1877. L.G. 840-851 ; 1 Nov. 1881. L.G. 5356 ; 

23 March 1877. L.G. 2196-2203; 5 June 1877. L.G. 3503; 

17 Sept. 1877. L.G. 5177; 11 Jan. 1878. L.G. 170 ; 7 Oct. 1879. 

L.G. 5778 ; 21 Oct. 1879. L.G. 6025 ; 8 May 1877. L.G. 3013 ; 

14 Oct. 1877. L.G. 5241 ; 4 Jan. 1878. L.G. 54; 24 Feb. 1879. 

L.G. 741. 
RISBRIDGE or Monks Risbridge in Barnardiston. Registrar's District. 

Included in the Haverhill County Court District 10 March 1847. 

L.G. 990. 
. Included in the Wickhambrook Highway District 26 March 

1863. L.G. 1616 ; and in the Barnardiston United School District 

4 Feb. 1876. L.G. 470. 
RISBY (Resebi, Reseby, Riseby, Rysby, Ryseby). 

, Deeds relating to. Add. 7097. Add. 34689. 

. Lands of Roger de Poictou. Ulmar the thane held 2 

carucates under Stigand. 2a. meadow and half a mill. Dom. 

349&. 
. Lands of St. Edmund. In K.E.'s time 2 carucates as a manor. 

la. meadow, and 7 socmen held a carucate and a half. And a free- 
man gave a carucate which Norman holds of the Abbot. 1 a. meadow. 

A church living with 24a. Dom. 3566. 
, Robert le Bretun held a fee of Thomas de Gressey (Gresle) and 

Thomas of the Honor of Lancaster in. T. de N. 291. 
, Finding that the abbot of Bury and Robert le Bretun have 

not wrongfully disseised Thomas Passelewe rector of Barewe of a 

common of pasture in, for the same was not appurtenant to the 

latter's free tenement in Barewe as alleged. Abbr. of PL, 45 Hen. 

III. 9. 



Risby. 371 

, Master Thomas Passelewe, parson of the Church of Barrow v. 

the Abbot of S. Edmund's, &c., touch, common of pasture in. Pat. 

Rolls, 1 Edw. I. I8d. 
, Walter de Prydinton v. Mabel daughter of Thomas le Bretun 

and others, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 3 Edw. I. 15. 
, Philip de Verdun and Helewisia his wife and others v. John le 

Eyr and Norman Fitz-Isabel, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 3 Edw. I. 28. 
, Bernard de Halstede and Matilda his wife v. Norman de Estorp 

and others touch, a tenement in. Ib. 5 Edw. I. 20i. 

, Land in, Robert Grelle. I.P.M., 10 Edw. I. 20. 

, Land in, Adam deCreting. Ib. 24 Edw. I. 47. Ib. 27 Edw. I. 25. 

, Land in, the heirs of Robert de Grelly. Ib. 25 Edw. I. 51. 

, Land in, John Onehand for Bury Abbey. I.Q.D., 8 Edw. 11.153. 

, Land in, Robert s. and h. of Giles de Brewson. I.P.M., 19 

Edw. II. 95. 
, Geoffrey Fraunceys and William s. of James de Necketon killed 

at, 3 Edw. III. Pat. Rolls, 16 Edw. III. pt. ii. 36. 
, Land in, Ric. Charman and Wm. his son for St. Edmund's 

Priory. I.P.M., 3 Rich. II. 155. 

, Land in, Thos. Walker for Bury Abbey. Ib. t. Hen. VI. D. 56. 

, Andrew Grene of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 4 Edw. IV. pt. i. 22. 

, Action by John Webb (1600) against John Gilly the elder and 

younger to redeem reversion of freehold lands in. C.P. iii. 218. 
. Included in the Mildenhall Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1614. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1722. 

RISBY v. stib Bardwell, &c., Barton, &c., Bury St. Edmunds, &c., 

Cavenham, &c., Chevington, &c., Fornham All Saints, &c., Milden- 
hall, &c., Pakenham, &c., Saxham, &c. 
RISBY MANOR. Extent, &c. Harl. 638. 
, Covenant concern., between Bury St. Edmunds Abbey and 

Dom. R. de Houel, 1261. Add. Ch. 5488. 
late belong, to Cellarer of Bury. Particulars for grant to Sir 

Thomas Kitson, 31 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 226. Grant 

to him and wife. 2 Pars 0. Rot. 312. 
. Sir Thomas Kytson d. 11 Sept. 1539, and Thomas s. and h. 

I.P.M., 32 Hen. VIII. 63. 
, Sir Thomas Kytson to shew title to, 21 Eliz. M. Pas. Rec. Rot. 

55. 
v. sub. Bury St. Edmunds Abbey. 



372 Risky. 

RISBY CHURCH. Architectural details of. Arch, xxiii. 16. Round 
tower of. 76. 12, 15. E.A. i. 109, 166. S.I. xi. 60. Rood screen 
in, t. Hen. VII. E.A. iii. 317. Bells. S.I. xl. 61. Inscriptions 
on bells in. E.A. iv. 154. Plate. S.I. viii. 306. Registers (begin 
1674). N. and Q. 7th ser. xi. 284. Monuments in. Add. 19107, 
19108. Sepulchral inscription of Edward Kirke at (1613). Add. 
32484. Visited by Suffolk Institute. S.I. xi. 60. 

, Pardon to Edmund de Ho for not pleading to William de Everes- 

don, parson of. Pat. Rolls, 35 Edw. I. 3. 

, William Wychurdeley parson of, mentioned. Ib. 11 Rich. II. 

pt, i. 31. 

, Exchange by Thomas Brakenhoholm parson of, with Clement 

Denston parson of Lower Rykynghale. Ib. 7 Hen. VI. pt. i. 15. 

, Ralph Makerell rector of, convicted of treason 1461. R.P. v. 

4776, 4806. Reversal. Ib. vi. 27. 

. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. L.G. 859. 

RISBY CHURCH v. sub Redgrave Church, &c. 

RISBY, BURY ST. EDMUNDS, and LITTLE SAXHAM. Claim by Adam 
Paytone and others under Will to lands in, late the estate of William 
Payton father of pltfs. C.P. ii. 353. 

RISBY and FLEMPTON. Walter de Pridinton v. Mabel daughter of 

Thomas le Bretun touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. 13. 

RISBY and FORNHAM ST. GENOVESSE or St. Genoveve. Exchange of 

Advowson betw. the King and Thomas Lord Berwick (Priv.) 37 

Geo. III. c. 121. 

. Inclosure Act. 41 Geo. III. c. 64. 

RISBY, LACFORDE and FLEUTTONE (? Flempton). Grant by Abbot 
to Prior and convent of St. Edmund of lands in, which were formerly 
Sir John de Rysby's kt. for purpose of keeping an anniversary each 
year to the memory of the Abbot, 31 Edw. III. Bodl. SufL 
Ch. 107. 

RISBY, SEXTEUS al. Westley, CHEVINGTON, HARORAVE, DOUNDHAM,. 
FORNHAM ALL SAINTS, ST. GENE VIE VE and ST. MARTIN MANORS and 
PARK OP CHEVINGTON. Grant to Thomas Kitson of Lond. Knt. 
and Margaret his wife for sum of 3710 and 20d. of, lately belonging 
to the dissolved monastery of Bury, 25 March 1540. 14 Rep. Hist. 
Com. pt. viii. 138. 
RISBY al. Risbye. Pedigree. Add. 5524. Harl. 155 ; 891 ; 1177 ; 

1449 ; 1560. Add. 19147. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 194. 
RISCEMARA al. Risemara v. Rushmere. 



Rishangles. 373 

RISEBROC al. Rissebrok V. Rushbrooke. 

RISEURDA v. Rushford. 

RISHANGLES (Rmgessele ?, Ringsingles ?, Risangra, Riseangles, 

Rishanghel, Rishangre, Risingles, Risshangell, Ryshangles). 

. Mentioned. Arch. xlv. 124. 

. Land of Robert Malet. Ulveva held 220a. as a manor in K.E.'s 

time, 4a. meadow. A church with 20a. and 4 freemen held 40a. 

and la. meadow. Dom. 323. 
, Commission touch, persons who hunted and carried away deer 

in park of Edmund E. of Cornwall at. Pat. Rolls, 16 Edw. I. 9. 

, John le Parker of, mentioned. Ib. 8 Edw. II. pt. i. 25. 

, Conveyance of wardship in, 1317. Harl. 57 G. 41. 

, Bond for feoffment in, &c., 1348. Harl. 55 F. 44: 1511. 

Harl. 51 H. 20. 
, The heirs of Richard Rokel held in, certain tenements for a 

fee. 0., 42 Edw. III. 28. 

, Land in, Wm. Harleston. I.P.M., 20 Edw. IV. 100. 

. Meeting-house for Calvinistic Baptists. Trust Deed. 1843, 

37, 3. 

. Chapel registered for marriages, 1851. L.G. 2735. 

, Messuage, &o., at, for Particular or Calvinistic Baptists. 

Trust Deed. 1862, 196, 10. 
. Included in the Hartismere Highway District 13 Jan. 1863. 

L.G. 231. 
. United to the School Board District of Occold 25 Feb. 

1876. L.G. 885. 
RISHANGLES v. sub Braiseworth, &c., Bures, &c., Thorndon, &c. 

Wickham, &c. 
RISHANGLES MANOR. Extent as of Eye Honor. Thomas de Hyke- 

linggs and Dionisia his wife. I.P.M., 16 Edw. II. 55. 
, The great chamber at the head of the hall with the moat on the 

East and the kitchen within the moat and the chapel within the 

moat, &c., and many acres part of, assigned in dower to Dionisia 

late wife of Thomas de Hikelyng tenant in chief. Close Rolls, 16 

Edw. II. 9d. 
, Licence for alienation in mortmain by Sir William de Kerdeston 

to the Priory of Redelyngfeld of, not held in chief. Pat. Rolls, 

4 Rich. II. pt. ii. 27. 
, Third part of, Sir Wm. de Kerdeston for Redlyngfield Priory 

I.P.M., 4 Rich. II. 117. 



374 Rishangles. 

, Licence for alienation in mortmain by Roger Asshefeld, Roger 

Wolfreston and Henry Sergeant of 2 parts of, held of Q. Anne as of 
Honor of Eye to Redelyngfeld Priory. Pat. Rolls, 14 Rich. II. 
pt. ii. 46. 

, 2 parts as of Honor of Eye. Robt. de Asshefeld, &c., for 

Redelyngfeld Priory. I.P.M., 14 Rich. II. 96. 

. Grant to Wm. Tyrrell of. Court of Augmentations, 1540. S.P. 

1032. 

, Formerly part of the possessions of the Prior of Redlingfield 

rated 1557 for Edward Grymston. Harl. 607. 

, Grant of, to William Honnings [Honing] and Nicholas Catler r 

4 and 5 P. and M. 5 Pars 0. Rot. 16. 

RISHANGLES MANOR v. sub Brockford, &c. 

RISH ANGLES CHURCH. Notes on. Tanner cccx. 184. Extracts from 
Registers of. E.A. viii. 146. Monuments in. Add. 19089, 19090. 
Brass of Edward Grimston sen. (1600) of Edward Grimston jun. 
(1610). Add. 32483. Plate. S.I. viii. 318. 

. Capdlanus. Jurdanus, early 13 cent. Harl. 49. B. 21. 

, Presentation of Thomas de Evesham to. Pat. Rolls, 6 Edw. II. 

pt. i. 4. 

, Protection for one year for Thos. de Evesham, parson of. 76. 

8 Edw. II. pt. i. 20 ; 9 Edw. II. pt. ii. 21. 

, Presentation of Rich, de Enderby to. Ib. 3 Edw. III. pt. i. 36. 

(Henry de Elmham late parson mentioned. 76. 3 Edw. III. pt. 27.) 
of Henry de Ingelby to. 76. 8 Edw. III. pt. ii. 8. of Roger son 
of John Crakemer to, on exchange with Rich, de Enderby (sic). 
76. 12 Edw. III. pt. i. 40 of Robert de Islep to. 76. 14 Edw. 
III. pt. i. 42. 

Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 265, 285. 

. Procurations and synodals released [26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 

5216. 

RISHANGLES and THORNDON. Conf. of a charter of 1307 made by 
Margery sister and heir of John le Parker of Rishangeles to Simon 
Bushe of Mendlesham and to Richard his son of all the lands in, 
which descended to her on death of her said brother and further 
grant of the reversion of the tenements which Joan late wife of the 
said John le Parker holds in dower. Pat. Rolls, 8 Edw. II. pt. i. 25. 
RISLEY. Pedigree. Harl. 1560. 

RISSCHEMERE al. Rissemere v. Rushmere. 

RISWORTH. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 



flood*. 375 

RIVEKS of Suffolk. E.A. i. 235, 247, 265, 286. " River Mole, or 
the Emlyn Stream. A poem with notes, 8vo. Privately printed 
1839." 

RIVERS al. Redvers al. De Ripariis. Pedigree. Add. 19146 ; family, 
S.I. ii. 56. 

RIVEBSHALL. Land in, Maria wife of Thomas de Brotherton E. of 
Norf. I.P.M., 36 Edw. III. pt. ii. 9. 

RIVESHALL. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 

RIVETT al. Revitt al. Ryvett family. E.A. ix. 12. Gipps's account of, 
S.I. viii. 193. Pedigree and arms. 155; 1177; 1195; 1449; 
1500 ; 1560 ; 1820. Add. 5524 ; Rawl. B. 422 of Bildeston, of Bran- 
deston, of Brockf ord, of Chippenham of Rattlesden, of Witnesham. 
Pedigrees. Add. 19146. Andrew Rivett. Arch. xliv ? 397, 
415, 417. Inquis. p.m. of John Rivett 20-21 Hen. VIII. 
D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 125. Suit betw. Andrew Revett 
and William Bygott as to trial for treason. Star C.P., P. andM., 
Bundle, 9, 14. Suit betw. same and Richard Veer as to forgery of 
treasonable correspondence. Ib. Bundle 3, 2. Claim by Crown 
on Thomas Revett for forfeiture of lands in Suff. 2 Eliz. M. Mich. 
Rec. Rot. 77. Grant to Thomas Rivett of lands in Suff. 15 Eliz. 
1 Pars 0. Rot. 84. Strange Conveyance of Sir Thomas Rivett 
referred to in letter by Lord North to Lord Burghley 5 Oct. 1582. 
Rep. on Salisbury MSS. pt. ii. 523. Andre Rivet, Statera Lugd. 
1644. Lease to Thomas Revett of lands in Suff. 36 Eliz. 2 Pars 
0. Rot. 246. 3 Pars 0. Rot. 8. Suit as to money, &c., of Don 
Luy of Teneriff in hands of late Thomas Revitt his last Will, &c., 
Sir Robt. Heath v. Alice Rivett and others. 3 Car. I. at Ipswich. 
Exch. dep. Order for Francis Rivett to be Master and Governor 
of the Almshouse and Hospital of Saint Nicholas in the Co. of 
Wilts, 27 May 1647. 6 Rep. Hist. Com. 178. Col. J. H. Rivett- 
Carnac. "Presidential Armies of India." Lond. 1900, 
8to. Cup-marks as an Archaic form of Inscription. Hertf. 
1903, 8vo. and various Archaeological and antiquarian works. 
Mrs. Rivett-Carnac, " Little Edelweiss in Switzerland."- Lond. 
1902, 4to. 

RIVETT v. svb Mendlesham Ch. 

Rrs and ROBEKTS. Pedigrees. Add. 19147. 

ROADS of Suffolk. Paterson's Roads, various editions. Gary's Roads, 
various editions. Ogilby's Roads. Ogilby improved by Emanuel 
Bowen, various editions. Revised by J. Owen, 4th Ed. 1736. 



376 Roads. 

Report from Committee on Act regarding wheels on, &c. 1808-9 fol. 

Report from Select Committee on Mr. Me Adam's petition relating 

to construction, &c., of roads. Blue Book 1823 fol. Laurie and 

Whittle's New Traveller's Companion. 1806, Svo, 1811, Svo. 
ROBERTS (Rowland) office of Keeper of the Wardrobe of Royston and 

Newmarket 1628. Chancery. D.K.R. 43. App. i. p. 119. 
ROBERTS (William) Grant to, of lands in Suff. 2 Eliz. 2 Pars 0. Rot. 19. 
ROBINSON (Bart.) of Denston, of Dunwich, of Southwold. Pedigrees. 

Add. 19147. 
ROBINSON (John). Act enabling Trustees of settled estates of, to 

purchase lands in Suffolk. (Priv.) 42 Geo. III. c. 94. 
ROBINSON (William). Lease to, of lands in Suff. 15 Jac. I. 1 Pars 0. 

Rot. 8. 

ROBSART family of Ashfield. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 
. Inquis. p.m. of Sir John Robsarte 1 Mary to 2 Phil. andM. 

D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 130. 
ROCHESTER of Ashfield and of Eriswell. Pedigrees. Add. 

19147. 

ROCKLEY al. Rockely family. Arms. Add. 5524. Harl. 1449. 
ROCKWOOD al. Rokwood v. Rookwood. 
RODEIN WILESBY v. sub Eye Honor. 
RODENHALL in Pakefield v. sub Pakefield. 
RODEWELBYE v. sub Kelton, &c. 
RODINGS, RODWELL, ROE, ROETT, DE. Pedigrees. Add. 

19147. 
ROFE (George) of Halstead. " The Righteousness of God." Lond. 

1656, 4fo. " The Heavenly Gift wherewith God visited George 

Rofe." Lond. 1663, 12mo. 
ROGER (Earl). Held 6 knights' fees in Suffolk of the Bp. of Ely, in 

1210-12. Red Book of the Exchequer 140rf. 
ROGERS (George) of Sproughton. Five Sermons, Ipswich, 1792. 
ROGERS (Thomas) Rector of Horninger. The Anatomy of the Mind. 

Lond. 1576, Svo. 

ROKELE, ROKELY al. Rocley. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 
ROKELS MANOR v. sub Shelland. 
ROKETT family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 193. 
ROKEWOOD al. Rokewodes v. Rookwood. 
ROLFE of Hadleigh and ROLLESTON. Pedigrees. Add. 19147. 
ROMAN CATHOLICS. Refusal of, to take oath of allegiance, list of 

names, &c. E.A. vii. 285. v. sub Recusants. ~i 



Roshebrook. 377 



ROMAN road in Suffolk. B.A.A. (C.A.) ii. 241-250. Roman vessels 

from Suff. B.A.A. iv. 155. Roman and Saxon fibulae found in 

Suff. Ib. xx. 358. 

ROMBOROUGH ol. Romburg al. Romboron v. Rumburgh. 
ROODSCREENS. N. and Q., 4th ser. vii. 143, 267, 516, 546. 
ROOKS v. sub Brockford, &c. 
ROOKWOOD (Rokewodes) MANOR. Extent. Ric. Waldegrave. I.P.M., 

13 Hen. VI. 27. 

v. sub Acton Manor. 

ROOKWOOD al. Rockwood, Rokewood, Rokwood family. N. and Q., 

3rd ser. vi. 252, S.I. ii. 62, iii. 303-310. Gipps's account of. S.I. 

viii. 193. Pedigree and Arms. Harl. 891, 1449, 1560. Add. 5524 ; 

Rawl. B. 393, 422. 

, Abstract of deeds relating to. Add. 5937. 

, Extract from fine rolls relating to. Add. 5937. 

, Account of family given in " Collectanea Topographi " vol. 2. p. 

120. Rookwood of Coldham Hall and of Euston. Pedigrees. 

Add. 19147. 
, Possessions of Ambrose Rookewood in Suffolk, 4, 5, and 11 

Jac. I. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. App. pp. 78, 80, 95. 
ROOPE. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 

Roos. Court of Wards and Liveries. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. p. 86. 
Roos MANOR in Bradfield Combust, v. sub Bradfield Little 

Manor. 
Roos or Roose of Hamlake. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 

, Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 194. 

ROPER family. E.A. v. 125. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 

Ros (Sir John son of Robert de) attached in respect of account of 

Scutage money in Suff. 12 Edw. III. M. Hil. Rec. Rot. 
ROSCELIN. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 
ROSE family. E.A. v. 255. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 
ROSEHALL MANOR v. sub Beccles. 
ROSEHALL and ASHMANS in parishes of Beccles, Borsham [Barsham] 

and Ringsfield, Plan of Estates of Sir Robert Rich. 1733. Add. 

34557. 
ROSEMANERE MANOR. Piers Garneys v. John Heydon. E.C.P. 

10-21 Hen. VI. 56. 
ROSER. Pedigree. Add. 5524 ; with arms in trick, 1561. Rawl. B. 

422. 
ROSHEBROOK al. Rosshebrook v. Rushbrooke. 



378 Rosier. 

ROSIER and ROSSE. Pedigrees. Add. 19147. 

ROSSER of Hacheston. Pedigree. Harl. 891 : 1449 : 1560. 

ROSSEMER al. Rosshemere v. Rushmere. 

ROSSINGTON. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 

ROTHENHALL (Rothelan, Rothenhale, Rothyng, Rothinghall). 

, Land in, Robert de Monte Alto. I. P.M., 3 Edw. I. 29. 

, Land in, Galfridus le Ken. Ib. 18 Edw. I. 1. 

, Particulars of farms in, for grant to Sir Thomas Clere and Sir 

William Woodhouse, 36 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 191. 

ROTHENHALL (Rothyng Hall) v. sub Brettenham. 

ROTHENHALL HALL MANOR. As of Honor of Chester. John Rothen- 
hale. I.P.M., 8 Hen. V. 22 ; Ib. Eliz. one of sisters and heirs of 
Thos. son of John Rothenhale. Ib. 6 Hen. VI. 24. 

ROTHENHALL MANOR v. sub Mutford Hundred. 

ROTHENHALL. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 

ROTHEY MANOR v. sub Medyng Manor, &c. 

ROTHING. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 

ROTHWELL (Elizabeth). Grant to, of lands in Suff. 10 Jac. I. 1 Pars 
O. Rot. 85. 

ROUBROKE. Land in, Pagan de Tibtoft and Agnes his wife. I.P.M., 

8 Edw. II. 48. 

, Order to escheator not to meddle with land in, which Payn 

Tybetot and Agnes his wife held by feoffment from Roger de Wrotham 

and John Lucas. Close Rolls, 8 Edw. II. 34. 
ROTJCESTRE. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 
ROUDHAM v. Rendham. 
ROTTGHAM (Rogham, Rougholme, Roughton, Rouham, Rowchham, 

Rowham, Rucham, Ruchham, Ruegham, Rugham, Rughham, 

Ruhha). 
, The Roman tumulus, by J. S. Henslow [Bury St. Edmunds 

1844] Svo. Tumulus visited by Suffolk Institute (1891). S.I. vii. 

333. Antiquities found at. S.I. i. 24, 26, 84, 148, iv. 257. Roman 

antiquities found at. S.I. iv. 257. Quit claim by Robert Drury of. 

9 Rep. Hist. Com. 237. Bennett family of Rougham Hall in. Burke 
L.G. 104. 

. Lands of St. Edmund. In K.E.'s time as a manor 5 carucates, 

4a. meadow. And 90 freemen, 11 bordars and 1 thrall held 5 caru- 
cates. 3a. meadow. To the Church bel. 40a. Dom. 362. 

, John de Hull, of Heggesete v. Peter de Chaumpnent, &c., touch. 

a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. Qd. 



Rougham. 379 

, Robert le Saltere and Oliva his wife v. Edmund Elrich, &c., 

touch, a messuage and land in. Ib. 2 Edw. I. 10. 
, Robert de Ho v. Walter de Boyton and Alice his wife, touch. 

land in. Ib. 3 Edw. I. 28. 
, Martin de Halke and Benedict his brother v. John son of Gilbert 

de Halk, Roger de Kertlington, and Alice his wife, touch, land in. 

Ib. 9 Edw. I. 26d. 
, Richard son of Thomas de Louton or Luton v. Robert de Ho 

and others, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 9 Edw. I. IQd., lid., I0d., 4d. 
, Free warren in, Peter de Chauvent. Chart. Rolls, 17 

Edw. I. 7. 
, John de Gedding son and heir of James de Gedding gave lands 

in, to Robert son of Thomas de Bradefielde called Tillotte and 

Cicely his wife, 1293. S.I. v. 56. 
, Pardon to Alan Tobyas for death of Thomas le Whelwryghte of, 

as it appears he killed him in self defence. Pat. Rolls, 35 Edw. I. 

46. 
, Grant by Sir Robert de Hoo to Robert son of Thomas de Brade- 

field and Cicely his wife in 1309 which last Robert granted same 

land to Peter Osborne with licence to give the reversion after death 

of Robert and Margaret his wife to Bury Abbey. Add. 19109. 

cited S.I. v. 52. 
, Land in, Thos. de Rougham for Priory of St. Peter of Ipswich. 

I.P.M., 5 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 158. 
, 30 acres in, William de Rokelound and others for Priory of 



Thetford. Ib. 34 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 47. 
, Protection to Sir William Drury of, 1435-6. D.K.R. 48. 

App. p. 312. 
, Pardon of outlawry to John Hog of. Pat. Rolls, 18 Edw. IV. 

pt. i. 29. 
. Land and tenement called Druryes or Sudburyes. Kath. 

Drewry. I.P.M., 19 Edw. IV. 37. 

, Land in, John Smith. Ib. 21 Edw. IV. 30. 

, Manor of Sudburyes al. Druryes in, held of Abbot of Bury. 

Thomas Drury d. seised, and John Drury aged 31 s. and h. 

I.P.M., 3 Hen. VII. 305. 
, Grant in fee to Sir Jermyn of Rushbrooke and to Thos. Bacon 

of lands in, late of Bury Mon., 1540. S.P. 436 (31) (58). 
, Particulars of farm in, for grant to George Bacon, 36 Hen. VIII. 



D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 161. 



380 Rougham. 

, Netherplace and Lawney's Manors in, John Drury d. 3 Aug. 

1556 and Robert son of Robert s. and h. of said John. I.P.M., 

3 and 4 Ph. and M. 141. 

, Sale in, 1566. Add. Ch. 19257. 

, Wm. Drury, civilian, 3rd son of John Drury of, d. 1589. D.N.B. 

xvi. 62. 
-, Claim by Thomas Tyllott under will of father Edmund against 

Avory Howlatt al. Howlinge and Elizabeth his wife to messuages 

in. C.P. iii. 182. 
, Abst. of Will of Rob. Well 1658, as also of various deeds relating 

to the estate called Rougham Hall. Tanner cclxxxiv. 35. 
, Will of Leonard Tillott of, Nich. Bellingsley and other v. Robt. 

Malty ward. 1691 at Bury St. Edmunds. Exch. dep. 
, Act for enclosing, and exonerating from tithes, lands in. 

(Loc. and pers. not pr.) 53 Geo. IIT. c. 59. 
, A piece of land, &c., at, for Particular Baptists. Trust Deed. 

1851, 64, 4. 

. Chapel registered for marriages 1858. L.G. 2924. 

. Included in the Blackbourn Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1618. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1722. 

ROUGHAM v, sub Barton, &c., Bury St. Edmunds, &c., Chevington, &c., 

Cockfield, Hessett, &c., Holdernes Manor, Lawnes Manor, Newton, 

&c., Pakenham, &c., Thurston, &c. 
ROUGHAM MANOR. Lease by Crown for 21 years 33 Hen. VIII. to 

Sir Anth. Wyngfeld of pasture for 600 sheep upon, and grange 

of Eldawe which belonged to Bury monastery, at 3 rent, 1542. 

S.P. 714 (18), 1258. 
. Held of the King and Queen in chief. John Drury d. 3 Aug. 

1556, and Robert s. of Robert s. and h. of the said John. I.P.M., 

3 and 4 Ph. and M. 141. 
, Discharge of Edward Wythypole and others executors of John 

Southwell late Feodary of the Court of Wards of arrears of tithes 

out of, 10 Eliz. M. Pas. Rec. Rot. 108. 
, Sir Hamon Lestrange and his wife to shew title to, 8 Jac. 

M. Trin. Rec. Rot. 169. 

ROUQHAM MANOR v. sub Oldehawe le Hoo, &c., Wykes Ufford Manor, &c. 
ROUGHAM CHURCH. Described. ^B.A.A. 1. 224. Picture of the 

Judgment in. Arch, xxxvi. 387. Names on gravestones in. E.A. 

vi. 183. Monuments in. Add. 19109. Effigies in brass in. Gent. 



Rougham. 381 

M. 1813 pt. ii. 17. Brass of Sir Roger Drury and wife (1405). Add. 
32478, 32484, 32490 of Sir William Yelverton Justice of the King's 
Bench (c. 1470). Add. 32478, 32479. Monuments to Nedea 
family in. S.I. vii. 343. Plate. S.I. ix. 74. 
, Henry son of Thomas de Erdington mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 



14 John 1. 
, Presentation of John de Berewyk to, in King's gift by reason of 

voidance of Abbey of St. Edmunds. Ib. 7 Edw. I. 5. 

, Master Adam de Walton parson of, mentioned. Ib. 22 Edw. I. 6d. 

, Presentation of John de Sandale the younger to. Ib. 6 Edw. II. 

pt. i. 1. 
, Licence to Bury Abbey to appropriate, in consideration of losses 

sustained from men of Bury. Ib. 4 Edw. III. pt. i. 6. 

, Valuation of rectory, 37 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 242. 
, Clerical scandal caused by dislike by Mr. Drury for Mr. Pigg 

preacher of, 1581. Acts of P.C. 46, 47, 95, 138, 154, 361, 378. 
, Council to determine suit of Robt. Drewrie, patron of, against 

Wm. Teye, parson of, 1583. S.P. 97. 

. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. L.G. 859. 

ROUGHAM and BUKY ST. EDMUNDS. Trust for putting out poor 

children apprentices there. Trust Deed. 32 Geo. II. 9. 13. 
ROUGHAM and FRANSHAM. Order to deliver to Mary late wife of Aymer 

de Valencia E. of Pembroke a fee in, held by John de Cressynham 

of the yearly value of 100s. assigned in dower. Close Rolls, 18 

Edw. II. 14. 
, 1 fee for John Cressingham and parcenary. Joan wife of Sir 

Wm. de Bello Campo one of sisters and heirs of Thos. E. of Arundell. 

I.P.M., 14 Hen. VI. 35 ; Sir Edw. Nevill. Ib. 16 Edw. IV. 66. 
ROUGHAM and HESSETT MANORS. Lease by Abbey of Bury to John 

Bacun of the manor of Hessett with two parts of the manor of 

Chanets in, 18 Rich. II. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 110. 
ROUGHAM, RUSHBROOK and WHELNETHAM. Licence for alienation in 

mortmain to Bury Abbey by Peter Osborne parson of Thorpe Abbots 

of a remaindership in a messuage, a mill 360a. of land, 6 of pasture, 

12 of wood, 10s. 4Jd. of rent and a rent of lib. of cumin and a hen 

in, held of the Abbot worth 7. 5. 6%d. a year as appears by Inquis. 

on death of Robert son of Thos. de Bradefeld and Margaret his wife 

to whom he was also licenced to grant the said messuage, land, &c., 

for their lives to hold to the Abbey for the maintenance of the office 

of their sacristy. Pat. Rolls, 12 Edw. II. pt. i. 6. 



382 Rougham. 

ROUGHAM and WELNETHAM. Order in action between Nicholas son 
of Master Stephen of St. Edmunds and Adam de Whelnetham as 
to 2 acres in R. and 2 acres and 1 messuage and 1J acres meadow 
in Whelnetham. Ib. 9 Hen. III. m. 2d. 

ROUGHAM or Rucham. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 

ROUGTONNES MANOR v. sub Troston. 

ROUILLA. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 

ROUND Towers of Suff. Churches, On, by John Gage. Arch, xxiii. 10. 
E.A. i. 166. 

Rous FAMILY. E.A. (N.S.) iii. 229, 247. 7 Rep. Hist. Com. 663. 
N. and Q., ix. 222. 6th. ser. xi. 328, 429. Pedigrees. Add. 5524. 
Harl. 155, 1103, 1177, 1449, 1484, 1520, 1560, 2109. Add. 19147. 
Arms. Harl. 1449. Extracts from fine rolls relating to family. 
Add. 5957. Rous of Badingham. Pedigree. Add. 19147. Arms 
and quarterings. Tanner cclvii. 239 of Cratfield and Dennington. 
Pedigree. Add. 19147, with arms in trick (1561). Rawl. B. 422 
of Henham and Worlingworth. Pedigrees. Add. 19147 of 
Woodbridge. Burke L.G. 1370. " Archaeologise Atticse " by 
Francis Rous, Oxford, 1654. Ambrose Rouse's evidences. Queen's, 
clii. 138. Dr. Rous's verses on his death. Magd. ccxxxix. 79. 
Joan Rous. Baker xxxv. end. Letter discharging Adam Rous 
surgeon to Rich. II. of 20 marks for medicine for the King's use. 
Cambridge Dd. iii. 53 (140). Letter allowing him a tun of Saxony 
wine. 76. Edm. Baxter v. Anthony Rous as to forcible entry 
and taking of deeds. Star C.P., Hen. VIII. Bundle 18, 201. 
Letter of Lady Parnell Rous to Sir John Hobart relative to wardship 
of her son. Dec. 12, 1603. Tanner cclxxxiii. 109. Diary of John 
Rous incumbent of Santon Downham 1625 to 1642, edited by Mary 
Anne Everett Green. Lond. 1856. Letter of Sir John Rous of 
Henham to Fram. Gawdy 3 March 1627-8. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. 
iii. 128. Ditto 5 Oct. 1628. 76. 131. Speech of Francis Rous in 
Parliament cone, religion, Jan. 26, 162| (printed). Tanner Ixxii. 
305, ccxcix. 53. Queen's cxxi. 406, ceo., ccccxvii. 237. Stowe 
MSS. 156f. 2166 in 1640. Queen's clxxiv. 71. Letter of John 
Rous, Bodley Libr. to Usular Nov. 14, 1629. Ib. Ixxi. 21. Letter 
of Charles Rous of Henham to Fram. Gawdy 10 Jan. 1629-30. 
Ib. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 132. Letter of Francis Rous to 
Sir John Potts Jan. 30, 164|. Tanner Ixii. 530. His declaration 
concerning the amount of his monies from public sources, Aug. 25 
1646. Tanner lix. 499. Letter to Sir Henry Vane touch, the, 



Royston. 383 

payment of Mr. Pym's debts, June 16, 1651 (printed). Tanner liv. 
87. Letter of Thomas Rous of Sternfield to Framl. Gawdy 17 
Aug. 1654. Ib. p. 179. to Thomas Gawdy 3 April 1668. Ib. 204. 
Copy of Will of Francis Rous provost of Eton Apl. 12, 1658. Tanner 
ccccxlvii. 1. Difference between Thomas Rous and his parishioners, 
1668. Ib. 203. Letter of Mary Rous of Sternfield to William 
Gawdy 8 May 1656. Ib. 184. Ditto, 20 July 1658. Ib. 187. 
Letters of Sir John Rous 2nd Bart of Henham to O. Le Neve his 
cousin, 1699-1704. Eger. 2719, 2720. Letter of Sir John to R. 
Wright, s.a. Eger. 2720. Mention of Edward Rouse rector of 
All Saint's Huntingdon 1669. Tanner cxxx. 54. Notice of 
marriages of Sir Thomas Rouse Bart to Anne Hooker 1693. Tanner 
xxv. 34. Letter of J. Rous to Marquess of Granby announcing 
nomination for county and declaration by Sheriff in his favour and 
asking for concurrence, 6 Nov. 1787. 12 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. v. 293. 
ROUSES MANOR v. sub Dennington. 

ROUSEHALL MANOR V. Sub Clopton. 

ROUT of Beccles and of Stowmarket and ROUTE. Pedigrees. Add. 

19147. 
ROUTON. Diversion of a water course supplying a mill at, John 

Harecourt v. Thomas prior of Routon. Star C.P., Hen. VIII. 

Bundle 33, 11. 

ROVE family. Arms, Harl. 1560. 
ROWE. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 
ROWE (Rev. Henry). Rector of Ringshall. "Poems." Lond. 1796, 

2 vols. 12mo. "The Montem, a Musical Entertainment." 1808, 

8vo. " Tables in Verses." Lond. 1810, Svo. 
ROWLEY family. Pedigree. Add. 19147. The Chinese temple of 

Admiral Rowley referred to in letter by George Wigg to C. G. n.d. 

14 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ix. 305. 
ROWNING. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 

ROWSYSHALLE MANOR V. Sub Clopton, &C. 

ROWTHINGES MANOR (? Eothen Hall in Kessingland). Lease of, 1623. 

Stowe Ch. 201. 

ROWUNTONS MANOK v. sub Dennington. 
ROYALISTS, Suffolk, of the Great Rebellion. E.A. vii. 48. 
ROY DON al. Reydone v. Raydon. 
ROYDON family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 194. 
ROYINGES and ROYS. Pedigrees. Add. 19147. 
ROYSTON PRIORY v. sub Coddenham. 



384 Eucham. 

RUCHAM a/. Ruchham v. Rougham. 

RUCHAYE MANOR. Hugo de Cressy. I.P.M., 47 Hen. III. 28. 

RUDDOCK (Andrew) of Debenhain. Letter of, to Framl. Gawdy, 
30 June 1632. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 139. 

RUDLAND and RUGGLES. Pedigrees. Add. 19147. 

RUGGLES (George) b. at Lavenham in 1575 d. 1622. Works: 
"Ignoramus." 1630, I8mo, 1638, 1639, 1662, 4to, 1668, 12mo. 
6th Ed. by Prior, West, 1731, 12mo, 1787, 8vo, by J. S. Hawkins, 
1789, Svo, by G. Dyer with an English Prologue and Epilogue, 
1797, Svo. An edition in English by R. S. Lond. 1662, 4to. 

RUGGLES (Thomas). " The History of the Poor." 2 vols. Svo, 1793. 
New Ed. 1797, 4fo. Several papers in the Archaeologia, and Young's 
Annals of Agriculture. 

RTTILLY. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 

RTTMBURGH (Romborough, Romburg, Romburgh, Romborow, Rom- 
borrow, Romebury, Rumberwe, Rumbing, Rumboroughe, Rum- 
burn). 

. Paper on, by Canon Raven. S.I. ix. 256. Arms of 

religious houses at. E.A. iv. 167. Wm. Brend and his son John of. 
Ib. i. 85. 

, Conf. of the Church of St. Mary's Abbey York, t. Rich I. or 

John [1239-42 ?] (copies). Campb. ix. 9. (1, 3). 

, Commission touch. John de Birne sometime prior of, accused 

of death of Andrew de Wysete chaplain. Pat. Rolls, 15 Edw. I. Wd. 

, Release in, 1300. Harl. 47 H. 13. 

, Pardon to John Ketel for death of Thomas le Chareter of. 

Pat. Rolls, 31 Edw. I, 5. 

, Henry le Charetter of, mentioned. Ib. 31 Edw. I. 24d. 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. John 

Abbott fol. 55. Thomas Cosyn fol. 153, Thomas Spatchett 
fol. 159. 1458-1477. John Aldrick fol. 63. John Tanner 
fol. 199. Richard Lawrence fol. 214. Katherine Linn fol. 54. 
John Lynne fol. 83. 

, Inquisitions upon lands of suppressed monastery at. S.P., 19 

Hen. VHI. 3537. 

, Lands in, given by King to Windsor Castle. S.P., 24 Hen. VIII. 

1792. 

, Value of lands in, 1541. Add. Ch. 135596. 

, Precipe on a covenant cone, lands in, 1589. Add. Ch. 25410. 

. Charity 42 Eliz. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 1, No. 7. 



Rumburgh. 385 

, David Elisha Davy, Suffolk antiquary and collector, son of a 

farmer at, b. 1769. D.N.B. xiv. 184. 
, Land at, for Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. Trust Deed. 1837, 

175, 7. 

, Common, Inclosure of. 12 and 13 Viet. c. 57 (Pub.). 

, Land in, for a School. Trust Deed. 1857, 125, 4. 

. United School District Rumburgh S. Michael and Elmham- 

South. School Board formed 13 May 1873. L.G. 2394. 
. Included in the Lowestoft Coroner's Division 2 April 1878. 

L.G. 2305. 

. School. Bye-laws made 2 July 1880. L.G. 3758. 

RUMBURGH v. sub Elmham South, &c., Spexhall, &c., Wissett Manor, 

Wissett, &c. 
RUMBURGH MANOR. Survey of, Record Office. Miscel. Books. 

Exch. Treasury of the Receipt, vol. 160. 
, Conveyance of, by Wolsey to St. Mary's Coll. Ipswich, 1529. 

S.P., 20 Hen. VIII. 5280. 
, Account of, sold and purchased [by Duke of Norf.J 1538. S.P. 

ii. 1215 (2). 
. Lionel Talnash d. 25 June 1552 and Lionel s. and h. I.P.M., 

7 Edw. VI. 64. 

RUMBURGH MANOR v. sub Blyford, &c., Holton. 
. Manor and Church. Assignment by Duke of Norfolk to 

John Hollande of the remainder of a lease granted by one Chandler 

and an additional 21 years of the, 11 Eliz. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1205. 
RUMBURGH CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19080, 19083. Plate. 

S.I. ix. 16. Visited by Suffolk Institute (1896). S.I. ix. 233. 
, Let. Pat. for Wolsey to annex to Coll. at Ipswich, 1529. S.P., 

20 Hen. VIII. 5136. 
RUMBURGH MONASTERY. A.J. Ivi. 211. S.I. ix. 256-261. 

, Protection for Prior of. Pat. Rolls, 12 Edw. II. pt. i. 22. 

, Advowson of, John de Nerford son of Thomas de Nerford. 

I.P.M., 38 Edw. III. 31. 
, Discharge from divers tithes in Suff. 6 Hen. V. M. Mich. Rec. 

Rot. 8, 9. 
, Proposed disposition of site of, to co-parceners, 1528. S.P., 

20 Hen. VIII. 4229 (4). Bull for suppression. 76. 4259. 
, Grant of, to Wolsey's College, 1529. S.P., 20 Hen. VIII. 5186. 

Prior mentioned. Ib. 6047. Notarial attestation of Release. Ib. 

5354. 



386 Rumburgh. 

, Licence to Robt. Downes to alienate mansion, soil and precinct 

of. S.P., 22 Hen. VIII. 220. 
RUMBURGH PRIORY v. sub Stoke. 
RTJMBURGH and CLARE. Four Royal grants of land in. Add. Ch. 

7059-7062. 
RUMBURGH and HYNTLESHAM MANORS. Licence to Robt. Downes 

to alienate, called ' the Priour of Seynt Petours Maner in Hyntles- 

ham.' 22 Hen. VIII. 220 (3). 
RUMBURGH and WYSETE. Grant by William Curlepite, to Thomas 

Nicol and Alice his wife, of lands, &c., in, 10 Hen. IV. A. 

3289. 

RUNGETON. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 
RUNGSTON v. sub Chevington, &c. 

RUSH of Benhall and of Sudbourn. Pedigrees. Add. 19147. 
RUSHBROOK al. Rushbrooke al. Ryshbrook family. Burke L.G. 1377. 

Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 194. Pedigree. Add. 5524. Harl. 

1449, 1560. Add. 19147. Note of charter concerning. Add. 

5937. Letter of William Rushbroke of Hoxne to Bass. Gawdy 16 

April 1585. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 23. Licence to William 

Rushbrooke son of William of entry on lands in Suff. 1636. Chancery. 

D.K.R. 48. App. p. 556. Act to vest settled estates in Suffolk of 

Robert Rushbrooke in Charles Marquis Cornwallis and his heirs 

and to settle an estate in same county in lieu thereof. 35 Geo. III. 

c. 51. 
RUSHBROOKE (Rescebroc, Reschebroke, Ressebroke, Ressebrook, 

Resshebrok, Reyssebrock, Risebroc, Rissebrok, Roshebrook, Rosshe- 

brook, Rushbrook, Ryscebroc). 

. Account of Hall. S.I. vii. 329. Visit to, of Suffolk Institute 

(1858). S.I. iii. 396. (1891). S.I. vii. 329. Rushbrooke family 

of, v. sub Rushbrook. Jermyn family of. E.A. i. 58, vi. 

159. 
. Lands of St. Edmund. 22 freemen held 2 carucates 2a. meadow. 

Dom. 369, 3636. 
. Lands of Richard son of Earl Gislebert. 2 freemen held lOa. 

Dom. 3976. 
, Robert de Rothing and others v. William de Stonham and 

others, touching common of pasture in. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. 

9. 

, William de Stanham and others v. Robert de Rohing, &c., 

touch, common of pasture in. 76. 1 Edw. I. 13rf. 



Rusbbrooke. 387 



, Nicholas de Rissebrok v. Lucy daughter of Michael de Risse- 

brok and others, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 4 Edw. I. 22d. 

, John Germeyn of Ressebrook recovered seisin against Master 

Bartholomew de St. Edmund and Margery his wife and Andreas son 
of the said Bartholomew of 2s. and Id. rent in. 0., 17 Edw. I. 25. 

, Giles de Harboners and Juliana his wife recovered seisin against 

Thorn. Calesawe and John his brother of 3 rods in. O., 21 Edw. I; 
18. 

, Land in, Roger Iklingham for Bury Abbey. I.Q.D., 8 Edw. II. 

152 ; John Onehand for Bury Abbey. Ib. 153. 

, Pardon to the Abbey of Bury for acquiring in mortmain without 

licence 7 acres in, from Walter parson of the Church of Hargrave 
and John de Hertest. Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. III. pt. i. 30. 

, Land in, William de Brundissh and others for Bury Abbey. 



I.P.M., 24 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 22. 
, Pardon to Thomas Germyn of, for not appearing to render 

four score quarters of barley value 16 to Alan abbot of Lavenham 

and William Galyon executors of will of John Buntyng of Cokese. 

Pat. Rolls, 15 Rich. II. pt. i. 38. 

, Grant of a rent charge in, to St. Helen's Priory, Bishopsgate 

1417. Toph. 39. 
, Hy. Jermyn, 1st Baron Dover, 2nd son of Thos. Jermyn of, b. 

1636. D.N.B. xxix. 344. 
, Grant to Sir Jermyns of Russhebroke, of lands in, belonging to 

late mon. of Bury 1540. S.P. 436 (31). 

, Bond of Thos. Jermyn of, 1642. S.P. 234. 
, Recognisance of John King of, 1651. S.P. 19, 517. 

, Petition of Hy. son of Thos. Jermyn of, 1661. S.P. 82. 
, Warrant for a grant with survivorship to Henry E. of St. Alban's 

and Thomas Jermyn of, of the government of Jersey as formerly 

held by Sir Walter Raleigh, Sir John Peyton, Sir Thomas Jermyn 

and the said Earl, 1663. Addenda. S.P. 682. 
RTJSHBROOKE v. sub Brettenham, &c., Bury St. Edmunds, &c., 

Bury St. Edmunds Abbey, Icklingham, Pakenham, &c., Rougham, 

&c., Whelnetham Gt., &c. 
RUSHBROOKE MANOR. Assize of novel disseisin of a rent on, granted 

by Sir Wm. de Russebrok. E.C.P., 15 Rich. II.-10 Hen. VI. 7, 240. 

, Covenant for repairs to the manor house, 1532. Add. Ch. 10533. 
. Sir Thomas Jermyn d. 8 Oct. (?) 1552 and Ambrose s. and h. 

I.P.M., 7 Edw. VI. 66. 



388 Rushbrooke, 



RUSHBROOKE CHURCH. Notes on. S.I. vii. 332, 336. Tanner cccx. 

204. Arms in windows. S.I. vii. 336-338. Monuments in. Add. 

19109. S.I. vii. 339-344. Brass of Thomas Badby (1593). Add. 

32483. Parish Registers (begin 1568). S.I. vii. 357. Extracts 

from Registers. 76. 357-362. List of Rectors. S.I. vii. 341-357. 

Minister of. 4 Rep. Hist. Com. 44. Visited by Suffolk Institute 

(1891). S.I. vii. 332. 

RUSHBROOKE CHURCH v. sub Bradfield St. George Church. 
RUSHE of Chapman's and co. Essex. Pedigree Add, 5524. Harl. 

155; 1103; 1177; 1449; 1560; with arms in trick, 1561. Raw). 

B. 422. 

RUSHES MANOR al. Reysis, Reysses, Reshes, v. sub Gislingham. 
RUSHFORD (Riseurda) (Rushforth). Land of Peter de Valoignes. 

Alti and Ketel freemen and thanes held in K.E.'s time 2 carucates 

as 2 manors 4a. meadow and 8 freemen held 1 carucate and 9a. and 

4a. meadow. Dom. 421. 
RUSHFORD MANOR. Livery of, to Thos. Smith in right of Thomasin 

his wife sister of Christopher Loveday, 1634. Chancery. D.K.R. 

48. App. p. 503. 
RUSHMERE (Resemere, Reshemere, Reshmere, Resschemere, Ressemer, 

Ressemere, Resshemere, Riscemara, Risemara, Rishemara, Rishe- 

mere, Rishmere, Risschemere, Rissemere, Rossemer, Rushemere, 

Rushemore, Rushworth ?, Russchmere, Russhemere, Ryscemara, 

Rysshmere). 9 Rep. Hist. Com. 241, 211, 10 Rep. pt. iv. 45K 

Notes on. Add. 5847. The heath of, used as a gallows' place. 

E.A. (N.S.) iii. 215. Fossil teeth from. S.I. ii. 209. 

N.B. The following 21 entries may either refer to Rushmere in 

Carlford or Rushmere in Mutford. 
, John son of Richard de Benhale v. Bartholomew de Esshemere 

chaplain, touch, land in. Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. I. 26d, 
, Alice daughter of William Shole and Matilda her sister v. Stephen 

le Ray, touch, land in. Ib. 5 Edw. I. 20d. 
, John de Benhale of, v. Bartholomew de Rossemer, chaplain, 

and Alice his mother, touch, a tenement in. 76. 6 Edw. I. 15. 
, Walter son of Richard de Ressemere v. William Bp. of Norwich 

and others, touch, a tenement in. 76. 9 Edw. I. 21. 

, Land in, Oliver de Ingham. I.P.M., 18 Edw. III. 49. 

, Land in, Robert de Ufford E. of Suff. 76. 43 Edw. III. pt. ii. 38. 

, One fee in, Katerina Breux. 76. 3 Rich. II. 14. 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Henry Hottell 



Rushmere. 389 

fol. 139. Isabella Pernell fol. 54. 1458-1477. Edmund Bacon 

fol. 325. Margaret Benale fol. 108. Robert Birde fol. 331. Robert 

Brewster fol. 326. William Debnam fol. 147. Margery Feltwell 

fol. 61. Thomas Feltwell fol. 155. Robert Goodwin fol. 15. 

, 1 fee in, Edm. de Mortuo Mari Earl of March. I.P.M., 3 Hen. VI. 

32. 

, Fees in, Anna wife of Edm. late Earl of March. Ib. 11 Hen. VI. 

39. 

, Land in, Hen. Bounds. 11. 19 Edw. IV. 63. 
, Pardon for Anne Clark, spinster, of, for stealing apparel value 

6s. 2d. 1597. S.P. 427. 
, Robt. Olyer and Margt. his wife v. Edm. Cooke. C.P., ser. ii.- 

B. cxxxv. 61. 

, Petition of Thos. Ceely for lands in, 1661. S.P. 482. 

, Grant to Leonard Ceely of all lands, &c., in Suff. found to be 

bequeathed to Hen. and Herman Ceely, aliens, by Wm. Ceely. 

76. 1662, 525, 447. 

. School at. Trust Deed. 1845, 142, 12. 

. Chapel registered for marriages 1865. L.G. 1389. 

RUSHMERE v. sub Bacton, &c., Bures, Carlton, Colville, &c., Eye 

Honor, Fressingfield, &c., Preston, &c., Rendlesham, &c., Thurls- 

ton, &c., Tuddenham, &c., Wickham, &c. 
RUSHMERE MANOR (and advowson of church). John Alyngton. 

I.P.M., 20 Edw. IV. 58. 

-. Thos. Sampson. Ib. 1 Rich. III. 35. 

. Sir Richard Brooke d. 6 May 1529 and Robert s. and h. aged 

34. Ib. 2 Edw. VI. 60. 
. Thomas Felton d. 10 Feb. 1533, and Thomas s. and h. Ib. 

26 Hen. VEIL 3. 
RUSHMERE CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19086, 19099. 

f William Vicar of, mentd. Pat. Rolls, 16 Edw. III. pt. i. 26. 

. Surrender of the advowson, 1384. Harl. 57. 

. Request by Dr. Augustines to purchase, 37 Hen. VIII. 

D.K.R. 9 App. ii. p. 160. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 251, 259, 282. 

RUSHMERE CHURCH v. sub Coddenham. 

RUSHMERE (?) (Riscemara) in Plomesgate Hund. Lands of Robert 
Malet. 8 freemen held 52a. which William now holds. Dom. 3166. 
RUSHMERE in Mutford Hund. Lands of King. 4 freemen with 33a. 

Dom. 283. 



390 Rushmere. 

. Lands of E. Hugh. Aluric a freeman under Gurth held in 

K.E.'s time a carucate as a manor. Dom. 4076. 
. Lands of Hugh de Montfort. A freeman held 16a. And there 

is the 4th part of a church valued at 16d. The Hundred witnesses 

that Walter de Dol (?) was seised on the day on which he made 

forfeiture, and later Earl Hugh, now Hugh de Montfort. Dom. 302. 

, Free warren in, Thomas Le Latemer. Chart. Rolls, 48 Hen. III. 

, Land in, Edm. de Hemgrave. I.P.M., 8 Edw. III. 56. 

, Release, &c., in, 1435. Harl. 58 C. 14. 1539. Harl. 58 H. 13. 

, Grant to Wolsey of lands, &c., in, in King's hand, 1528. S.P., 

20 Hen. VIII. 4424. 

, Precipe on a covenant cone, land in, 1592. Add. Ch. 25431. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1710. 

RUSHMERE (Russhemere)~v. sub Mutford Hundred, Mutford, &c. 
RTTSHMERE CHURCH. Thatched roof. E.A. iii. 226. Round Tower 

of. E.A. i. 110, 166. Plate. S.I. ix. 45. 

. Persona. Rog. de Cravene, 1349. Harl. 46 E. 8. 

. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

RUSHMERE, GISLEHAM and MUTFORD. Rich. Harman v. Thos. Tibnam. 

C.P., ser. ii. B. Ixxx. 83. 
RUSHMERE in Carlford Hund. Land of the King. 9 freemen with 31a. 

Dom. 2826. 
. Lands of Robert Malet. 2 socmen with 30a. 3 freemen held 44a. 

Ulviet a freeman in K.E.'s time held 60a. as a manor and Humfrey 

holds this in desmesne and 3 freemen under him held 4a. This 

Humfrey holds of Robert Malet. Dom. 315 and b. 
. Lands of Roger Poictou. 6a. and Hunebot holds them of Roger. 

Dom. 3476. 
. Lands of St. Etheldreda. Turchil a freeman in K.E.'s time 

held 80a. as a manor. Edric a freeman held 20a. and 5 freemen 

held 15a. Leuric a freeman held 40a. Dom. 3866. 
. Lands of Hervey of Bourges. In demesne a freeman Brownwin 

held 30a. Dom. 442. 

. Lands of Earl Alan. A freeman held 20 acres in. Dom. 293. 

, Prior of the Church of Holy Trinity Ipswich v. Simon, son of 

Robert de Halle, touch. Church of. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. 9. 
, Licence to Ph. Thunderle to alienate 40 acres in. I.Q.D., 

6 Edw. II. 27. 
, Free warren in. Richard Lenne of Ipswich. Chart. Rolls, 8 

Edw. II. 17. George Felbrig. 7 and 8 Rich. II. 8. 



Rus. 391 

. 1 acre of land 1 toft 1 acre pasture and 1 house in suburbs of 

Ipswich, William Aubry. I.P.M., 10 Edw. II. 60. 
, Land in, Wm. de Kenteford for Holy Trinity Priory of Ipswich 

Ib. 9 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 54. 
Release of lands of the fee of Wyke Ufford in, 1358. Add. Ch., 

10132. 
, Licence to the Prior of the Ch. of Holy Trinity, Ipswich, to 

acquire 160 acres of land in, and elsewhere in Suff. in mortmain. 

O., 42 Edw. III. 33. 
, 1 shop and 3 acres of land in, Rog. de Wolferton for Ipswich 

Priory. I.P.M., 15 Rich. II. pt. ii. 166. 
, Grants, &c., in, 1399. Harl. 76 E. 38 : 1589. Add. Ch. 



10235: 1639. Add. Ch. 10250 : 1673. Add. Ch. 10259 : 1685. 

Add. Ch. 10261 : 1688. Add. Ch. 10262. 

, Feoffment in, 1471. Stowe Ch. 397, 398. 

, Lands in, Rich. Wolverston. D. I.P.M., 12 Hen. VII. 51. 

, Court rolls of Wykes Ufford Manor in, 1528. Add. Ch. 

10149. 
. Transferred to the Ipswich County Court District 30 June 

1857. L.G. 2239. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1727. 

RTTSHMERE v. sub Ipswich, &c., Playford Manor. 

RUSHMERE MANOR in Ipswich. Compotus rolls of (1444-1453). Add. 

Ch. 10208-10214. 

. Extent. Rich. Len of Ipswich. I.Q.D., 10 Edw. II. 152. 

RUSHMERE ST. ANDREWS CHURCH. Bricks used in tower of. Arch. 

xxiii. 13 Round tower of. Ib. xxiii. 13, 16. E.A. i. 110, 166. 

Extracts from Registers of. E.A. (N.S.) iv. 329, v. 190, 315. 

Plate. S.I. ix. 167. 
RXJSHMERE and PLAYFORD. Philip Haliday v. Richard du Bois, &c., 

touch, possessions in. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 17. 
, Judgment for Alma d. and h. of Simon Attehill and 19 others 

in respect of one messuage 40a. 5 of pasture and heather 16s. rent 

and 3 parts of a messuage in, Henry son of Simon Attehale in mercy. 

Abbr. of PL, 24 and 25 Edw. I. 42. 
RUSHMERE, WESTERFIELD, THURLSTON, BRAMFORD, WYKE UFFORD, 

WYKE EPISCOPI, STOKE nr. IPSWICH and IPSWICH. 160 acres in. 

John Pyshale and Thomas del Cok for Holy Trinity Priory Ipswich. 

I. P.M., 42 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 43. 
Rus. LE al. Rufus. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 



392 Rushworth. 



RUSHWORTH (Rescheworth, Resseworth) MANOR. Edmund Comyn. 
I.P.M., 14 Edw. II. 25. 

, Held by Thetford Priory, Ministers' accounts. 18 Edw. II. 

Bundle 1127, No. 4. 

, Grant in fee to Thos. D. of Norf. of, 1540. S.P. 942 (43). 

RUSHWORTH MANOR v. sub Elvedon Manor. 

RUSSELL of Chilsford, of Chippenham and Mildenhall, of Ottley and 
Woodbridge and of Sproughton. Pedigrees. Add. 19147. Grant 
of lands in Suffolk to John Russell. 31 Hen. VIII. 2 Pars 0. Rot. 
284. 

RUSSELLS MANOR v. sub Falkenham, Falkenham, &c. 

RUSSINGLES v. sub Goodriche Thorpe Manor. 

RUST. Pedigree. Add. 19147. Notice of Rust a scandalous clergy- 
man in Suff. 1694. Tanner cxxxviii. 106. Proclamation against 
Judith Rush for incontinence, 1581. Eger. 2713. 

RUSTAT, RUTLAND and RYA al. Rye. Pedigrees. Add. 19147. 

RYCE v. Ryece. 

RYCHERS (Roger). Power to, to give seisin in cos. Norf. and Suff. 
1442. Stowe Ch. 192. 

RYDLINGFELD v. Redlingfield. 

RYDONE v. Reydon. 

RYDWARE. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 

RYEBEOF. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 

RYECE o/.RyceoZ. Ryese family of Preston. Pedigree. Harl. 1560. Arms. 
Harl. 1449. Date of death of several members of family. Tanner 
cclxxxiv. 27. Terrier of lands in Suffolk of Robert Ryece 1585. 
Tanner cclxxxiv. 12. Will of Robert Ryece 1590. Cur. Proerog. 
Cant. 10 Sainberbe. Grant by Robert Ryece of Preston to the 
Masters and Fellows of Emmanuel Coll. Camb. of the Rectory of 
Preston, 1621. Lansd. 988, 66. Letter of Robert Ryece to Sir Robert 
Crane on sending some family pedigrees, 1627. Tanner Ixxii. 200. 
Arms of the chief gentry of Suff. set up by him in the Church windows 
at Preston. Tanner ccxxvi. 20. Extracts from his collections for 
Suffolk. Rawl. B. 424. " The Suffolk Breviary," Ed. by Lord 
Francis Hervey with notes. 1902, 4to. 

RYMER annexed to Fakenham Magna 1881. Included in the Black- 
bourn Highway District 20 March 1863. L.G. 1618. 
. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 26 April 1881. L.G. 2011. 

RYNGEMERE GRAUNGE. Tenements in, Edmund Comyn. I.P.M. 
14 Edw. II. 25. 



St. Edmund. 393 



, A farm in Fakenham, Euston, Bernham, Honeweton, 

Troston, Lyvermere, Ampton, Ingham and Iklingham, granted by 

Crown to Charles D. of Suff. 1539. S.P. 652 (45). 
RYSBROKE v. sub Bury St. Edmunds, &c. 
RYSBY v. RISBY. 

RYSES MANOR v. sub Brettenham. 
RYSHANGLES v. Rishangles. 
RYSHBROOKE family v. Rushbrook. 
RYSING MANOR. John Hopton. I.P.M., 19 Edw. IV. 70. 
RYSING MANOR v. sub Snape, Westleton. 
RYSING. Pedigree. Add. 19147. 
RYSINGS MANOR v. sub Westleton Manor. 
RYSINGS (Rysing, Rysyng). Knights' fees in. Harl. 370. 
RYVES and OLD BORNEYS v. sub Ilketshall. 
RYVETT v. Rivett. 
SABINE. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
SACKFELDES v. sub Debenham Manor, Debenham, &c., Monk Soham 

Manor. 

SACKFORD (Thomas). Grant to, of lands in Suff. 4 Eliz. 3 Pars O. Rot. 17. 
SACKVILLE or Sacvyle. Pedigrees. Add. 19148. Harl. 1449. and 

Arms. Tanner ccivii. 42. 
SADENFELD v. Shadingfield. 
SAER (John) acquires property in Suffolk 1709. Rawl. C. 441. Abst. 

of title to an estate bought from Dalton, 1657-1723. Rawl. C. 452. 
SAFFORD and SAGON. Pedigrees. Add. 19148. 
SAHAM v. Soham. 
SAIBAMUS (?) in Babergh Hund. Encroachments on the King. Richard 

holds a freeman with 1 carucate. 7 a. meadow. Dom. 448. 
SAIL CLOTH. Obs. on a suit to make, at Ipswich. Lansd. 108, 78. 
ST. AMAND. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
ST. BARTHOLOMEW. Civil Parish. Bye-laws by School Att.- Com. 8 

April 1881. L.G. 1720. 

ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S MANOR v. sub Tuddenham St. Martin. 
ST. CLEARE family. Arms. Harl. 1449 ; 1560. 
ST. CLERE. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
ST. EDMUND. Pedigree. Add. 19148. Picture of. E.A. i. 102. 

Shrine of. E.A. (N.S.) i. 93, 112. Records of. Ib. iv. 64. 

Memorials of Abbey. E.A. (N.S.) iv. 208, v. 176. Legend of, in a 

seal. S.I. i. 232. Tokens of. Ib. 151, 306. Arrow found in oak 

of. Ib. 54. Ditch. Ib. 174. Franchise of. Ib. 206. 



394 St. Ethdred. 



v. Bury St. Edmunds Abbey. 

ST. ETHELRED LIBERTY (Wicklow). D.K.R. 45. App. i. pp. 396. 

407. 13 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 433. Notea on. Add. 5847. 

Warrant to chief constables of hundreds in. Ib. 431. Consists 

of Hundreds of Plomesgate, Wilford, Carlford, Colneis and Thredling 

(1631). S.P. 213. 
, Confirmation of Charters of Edgar and St. Edward and other 

things to Bp. of Ely as to privileges in the five hundreds and a half 

of. Close Rolls, 2 Edw. III. 31. Schedule. 
, Letters Testimonial as to, 22 Sept. 9 Hen. V. 9 Rep. Hist^ 

Com. pt. i. 259. 
, Jurisdiction of the Dean and Chapter of Ely and to right to the 

goods of felons in. Anne Miles widow v. Simon Mawe. 44 and 45 

Eliz. at Woodbridge. Exch. dep. 
, Surrender by the King of dignity and soke of 5 Hunds. Arch, x, 

227. 
, Schedule of brewers fit to serve the innkeepers, &c., in, 11, 

1620. S.P. 154. 
, Measures for relief of poor in, 1631. S.P. 213 : 1632. 305,341, 

434. 

, Return by Justices of Peace for, 1634. S.P. 446. 

, Return of names of persons who have received public moneys 

within the liberty of, 1662. Addenda. S.P. 671. 
. Coroner's Special Jurisdiction excepted from Order under the 

Act dividing the County into Districts 2 April 1878. L.G. 3359. 
ST. ETHELREDS LIBERTY v. sub Culpho, &c., Hartest, &c. 
ST. GERMAN. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
ST. JOHN in Wangford. Tithe of defendant's lands in. Tithes. SamL 

Crispe v. John Rayners. 1700 at Halesworth. Exch. dep. 
ST. JOHN'S MANOR v. sub Ringshall Manor. 
ST. JOHN. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
ST. MAUR al. Seymour. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
ST. OLAVE v. Herringfleet. 
ST. PETER'S al. Alverd's MANOR v. sub Ipswich. 
ST. PHILIBERT and ST. QUINTON. Pedigrees. Add. 19148. 
" ST. TOLTOW FERYE." Grant for life to the King's Esquire Ralph 

Ramsey of the reversion of a ferry called, on the death of George de 

Felbrigg ' chivaler.' Pat. Rolls, 1 Hen. IV. pt. vi. 31. 
ST. TOLYS CRETINQ v. Greeting St. Olave. 
ST. WALERIE. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 



Samford. 395 

SAHAM BAIKE v. Earl Soham. 

SAKEVILL' (Bartholomoeus de) fatuus et idiota. Calendar of Heirs 

extracted from the Inquisitions 1 and 2 Edw. II. D.K.R. 32. 

App. i. p. 260. 
SALISBURY (Robert) and THOMAS Earl of Suff. Lease to, of lands in 

Suff. 5 Jac. 5 Pars O. Rot. 90. 
SALISBURY (William). Grant to, of lands in Suff. 12 Jac. I. 2 Para 

O. Rot. 99. 

SALKLED of Hasketon. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
SALLOWS and SALMON of Wickham Market. Pedigrees. Add. 10148. 
SALT MARSHES. Declaration as to. Lansd. 169, 5. 
SALT WORKS. Edw. Gooddinge gives an account of, in Suffolk, 1567. 

S.P., Eliz. 293. 
SALTER family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 197. Pedigree. Add. 

19148. Roger Salter suspected of murder and sent to Sheriff, 1555. 

Acts of P.O. 192, 194. Grant of lands in Suffolk to George Salter,. 

7 Jac. I. 3 Pars 0. Rot. 30 ; 7 Pars 0. Rot. 74. 
SALTESLEE v. Sotterley. 

SALTONSTALL. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 

SALTPETRE. Petition of Leonard Pinckney as to, 1630. S.P. 

Addenda 373. 

, Commission for making, in Suffolk, 1638-9. S.P. 365. 

, Petition of Nath. Sikes, deputy for making, in Suff. 1640. S.P. 

79. 
SAMBORNE (Henry) and SIR HENRY SAMBORNE and others. Grant to, 

of lands in Suffolk, 14 Jac. I. 4 Pars 0. Rot. 28. 
SAMBOURNE. Descent of, from Drury. Harl. 1154. 
SAMFORD (Sampford, Sanford, Saundford, Saunford, Stanford, Stamp- 

forde, Staunford). 

, Half a fee in, Gilbert de Clare E. of Gloucester. I.P.M., 

8 Edw. II. 68. 

, Leet, &c., Wm. Wilughby. 76. 11 Hen IV. 29. 
SAMFORD (Stampford) v. sub Holton. 
SAMFORD MANOR. Edward Knyvet d. 4 Feb. 1500 and Elizabeth 

daur. and next heir. I.P.M., 16 Hen. VII. 29. 
- MANOR [in Gt. Waldingfield ?]. Release of, to the Crown, 1575. 

Harl. 48 D. 49. 

SAMFORD, Deanery of. Church Plate of. S.I. ix. 192. 
SAMFORD (Little). Land in, Gilbert de Clare E. of Gloucester. I.P.M., 

8 Edw. II. 68. 



396 Samford. 

SAMFORD HUNDRED. 13 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 433, 460. Meaning 

of. E.A. (N.S.) iii. 360. Domesday. Ib. 25. (N.S.) iv. 237. 
. Land of Robert Orenon. 7 freemen have in demesne 120a. 

Dom. 4206. 
, Grant made ' coram capitulo de hundredo de Sanford ' [1175- 

1200]. Cott. Nero c. iii. 191. 
, Order to give seisin to Rad. Gernun of 7 rent of the soca of, 

and a half. Close Rolls, 17 John pt. i. 24 ; 1 Hen. III. pt. i. 9 ; 8 

Hen. III. pt. ii. 6, pt. iii. 7. 
, Order to let the Master and Brethren of the Knight Templars 

have 40s. p.a. of, as they have been used. Ib. 2 Hen. III. pt. ii. 14, 6. 

, Deeds relating to, t. Hen. III. 1738. Add. Ch. 9463-9799. 

, Bartholomew de Avilers held 40*. rent of land in, of the King 

in capite. T. de N. 295. 

, Bailiff of, Rad. de Alneto, 1256. Add. Ch. 9486. 

, Ministers' accounts, 3 to 4 Edw. I. Bundle 1089, No. 7, 6 to 7 

Edw. I. Ib. 15, 6 to 8 Edw. I. Ib. 16, 8 Edw. I. Ib. 17, 9 Edw. I. 

Ib. 18. 
, Appointment of Richard de Holebrok to custody of. Pat. Rolls, 

4 Edw. I. 23. 

. Extent for the King. I.P.M., 21 Edw. III. 14. 

, Land in, Robert de Ufford E. of Suff. Ib. 43 Edw. III. pt. ii. 38. 

, Heigham leet parcel of, Mich, de la Pole felo Wm. Wingfield and 

Simon Burleye. 76. 12 Rich. II. 179. 
, Certain perquisites and profits in, Joan wife of Edw. Duke of 

York. Ib. 3 Hen. V. 55. 

. Extent. Sir Robert Willughby. Ib. 5 Edw. IV. 35. 

. Subsidy assessment, 1563-4. Add. Ch. 9764 : 1628. Add. 

21058. 
. Court of Wards and Liveries, t. Eliz. and Chas. I. D.K.R. 6 

App. ii. p. 2. 
, Order at the General Session of the Peace held Jac. I. for, 

touching a House of Correction. Harl. 7020. 
, Lease to Thos. Catchmay, assignee of Earl of Montgomery of, 

1609. S.P. 495. 

, Certificate of corn in, 1623. S.P. 490. 
, Commissioners for the Loan return names of defaulters in, 1627. 

S.P. 281. 

, Measures taken for relief of poor of, 1631. S.P. 68. 

, Returns by Justices of Peace for, 1638. S.P. 282. 



Samundekam . 397 



. Act for relief and employment of Poor. (Local and Pers.) 

39 Geo. III. c. 42. 
. Included in the Stowmarket Coroner's Division 2 April 1878. 

L.G. 2305. 
SAMFORD HUNDRED v. s\Cb Bosmere Hund., &c., Claydon Hund., &c., 

Tattingstone Manor. 
SAMFOKD HUNDRED and HALF HUNDRED of CLAYDON and BOSMERE. 

Adam Malveisin held half a knight's fee in, of the King. T. de N. 

295. 
, William Oliver held half a knight's fee in, of Hen. III. in capite 

by service of a knight's fee. T. de N. 295. 
SAMFORD HUNDRED, CAPPEDTHORPE IN CAPEL, HAJBTISMERE HUNDRED, 

FlNNINGHAM, BOSMERE and CLAYDON HUNDRED and SCARSTON in 

Coddenham. Court Rolls. P.R.O., Portfolio 193, 7. 
SAMFORD, HARTISMERE, BOSMERE and CLAYDON. Rentals for and 

declaration of all sums received by Sheriff, 34 and 35 Hen. VIII. 

Ib. 
SAMFORD, HARTMERE, HOXNE, STOWE, BOSMERE and CLAYDON HALF 

HUNDREDS. Suit as to infringement of Duchy liberties in. Attorn. - 

Gen. v. Litelbury and others. Duchy of Lancaster. Cal. to 

Pleadings. 40 Eliz. 58. 
SAMFORD. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
SAMPSON family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 195. Pedigree and 

Arms. Harl. 1449; 1560; 1820. With arms in trick, 1561. 

Rawl. B. 422. to 1676. Rawl. B. 82. Note of arms. Rawl. 

B. 77. S.I. ix. 132, 133 of Harkstead, of Kersey of Playford. 

Pedigrees. Add. 19148. 
SAMPSON (Thos.) b. at Playford about 1517 d. 1589, Puritan Divine 

" Letter to the Professors of Christ's Gospel." Strasb. 1554, 8vo. 

A Warning to take heed of Fowler's Psalter. Lond. 1576 to 1578, 

Svo. Brief Collection of the Church and Ceremonies thereof. Lond. 

1581, Svo. Prayers and Meditations Apostolicke. Camb. 1592, 

16mo. Edited two Sermons for J. Bradford on Repentance and 

the Lord's Supper. Lond. 1574, 1581, and 1589, Svo. 
SAMPSON (Thomas) D.D. Two Sermons at the Lent Assizes for Surrey. 

Svo, 1813. 
SAMSON (Abbot). From the chronicles of Jocelin of Brackland, by 

the Rev. Robt. W. Barber, vicar of Thurston, Lond. 1903. Svo. 

(Verse). 
SAMUNDEHAM v. Saxmundham. 



398 Bancroft. 

SANCROFT family. Pedigree. Add. 19148. Paper on. S.I. viL 
69. Archbp. Sancroft's choir. S.I. iii. 328. His medal. S.I. 
i. 60, iii. 403. Born at Fressingfield 1616. His monument in 
Fressingfield Ch. S.I. iii. 324. He was one of the Commissioners 
for repair of St. Paul, Prebendary of Durham, 1670. S.P. 523. 
Case as Dean of St. Paul. Ib. 522. Works :" Fur Proedes- 
tinatus." 1651, 12rao, 1813, Svo. In English as "The Pre- 
destined Thief," translated by Rev. B. Nichols. 1814, Svo. 
Modern Politics taken from Machiavel, &c. 1652, 12mo, 7th Ed. 
1657, 18rao, and reprinted in D'Oyley's Life of Sancroft 1818, 2 vols. 
Svo. And in connection with his life the Rev. Thomas Wagstaff 
in 1694 issued " A Letter out of Suffolk to a Friend in London." 
4to, reprinted in the 9th vol. of the Somers Collection of Tracts ; 
and in 1757, 4to, appeared " Familiar Letters to Mr. North relating 
to Sancroft's retirement to the place of his nativity in Suffolk." 
Sermons on Tit. i. 5. Lond. 1660. Lex Iguea : A Fast Sermon. 
Lend. 1666. On Ps. Ivii. 1. Lond. 1678. Three Serm. printed 
together. Lond. 1694, 4fo. Articles recommended by the Archbp. 
to all the Bps. in his jurisdiction. 1688, 4to. " Sermons at St. 
Peter's, Westminster." 1660, 4to. " Occasional Sermons, with 
remarks on his Life." 1694, Svo. " Defence of the Vulgar 
transl. of the Bible by Bp. Andrews," with his Preface. Pindaric Ode 
to his Memory. Lond. 1694. Sermons. 1703, Svo. Nineteen 
familiar letters of his to Mr. (afterws. Sir Henry) North of Mildenhall 
Bart. 1757, Svo. Collectanea Curiosa. Oxf. 1781, 2 vols. 
Svo. 
(See Gutch (J.) Life of, by Geo. D'Oyly. Lond. 1821, 2 vols. Svo. 

SANCTO CLARO (Sir Guy de) acknowledges that he owes a debt to be 
levied in default on his lands in Suffolk. Close Rolls, 16 Edw. III. 
pt. i. 37dL 

SANDCROFT v. Elmham, S. St. Cross. 

SANDCROFTS (The). S.I. vii. 69. 

SANDERS family. Arms. Harl. 1449. 

SANDFIELD (?) (Sandefdd). Alan de Caltham and Edith his wife v. Guy 
Baldewin, &c., touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 
14d. 

SANDIVER and SANDYS (Lord). Pedigrees. Add. 19148. 

SANDLING (The). Paper on, by Redstone. S.I. x. 56. 

SANESFELDIA v. Stansfield. 

SANTON DOWNHAM (Sawoton, Dounham, Downeham). 



Sapiston. 399 

, British coins found at. A.J. xxvii. 92. Flint implements 

from, P.S.A., 2nd ser. iv. 124. Scandinavian brooches found at. 
S.I. iv. 209. Inventory of furniture of Rich. Cox Bp. of Ely at. 
Caius 53. 

, Order that Robert de Kesthull restore the stream of a river in 
Northampton which he had diminished to the damage of the free 
tenement of Adam Fraunceys at. (O.E.) Abbr. of PI., 12 and 13 
Edw. I. in Oct. Mich. Maj. rec. 2. 

, Land in, William Warde and others for Priory of Swafham 

Bolbec. I.P.M., 28 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 41. 

. Descent of the manors of Marsey and Shardelowes 1597. Rawl , 



B. 319. 
. Included in the Mildenhall Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1614. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 26 April 1881. L.G. 2011. 

, Compotus rolls of, bel. to Ixworth Priory, 1322-3, 1335-6. 

Add. Ch. 9159, 9168. 

, Martha Hygham wid. to shew title to, 13 Eliz. M. Hil. Rec. 

Rot. 5. 
, Petition of Katherine Pettus, against Jeremy Aylett 5 Sept. 1643. 

5 Rep. Hist. Com. 104. Ib. 6 Rep. 12. Certificate of Judges in case. 

Ib. see Ib. 14. 
SANTON DOWNHAM CH. Bells. S.I. v. 276. Plate. S.I. ix. 229. 

, Advowson of, Sir John Shardelowe. I.P.M., 11 Hen. VI. 12. 
, Martha Hygham wid. to shew title to rectory of, 13 Eliz. M, 

Hil. Rec. Rot. 5. 
, Thomas Clere and wife to shew title to rectory of, 6 Jac. I. 

M. Pas. Rec. Rot. 263. 

. Vicars' Books 1645-1678. Add. 24825, 25826. 
SAPISTON (Dapeston, Sapeston, Sapestuna, Sapestune, Sapistone, 

Sappiston, Sapson, Sapston, Sapyston). 
. Lands of St. Edmund. 11 freemen with a carucate and a half. 

2 mills. 6a. meadow. Two thirds parts of a church with 6a. of 

the freemen. Peter de Valoignes holds over 4 with 80a. Dom. 

366. 

. Land of Peter de Valoignes. 3 freemen held 13Ja. and la. 

meadow. Dom. 421. 
. Land of Saisselin. Goodman the Thane held in K.E.'s time 

half a carucate. 5a. meadow. 1 mill. And 8 freemen held 24a. 

Dom. 4366. 



400 Sapiston. 

. Land of Robert the Blond. 2 freemen held 18a. Dom. 

4396. 
, Grant, &c., in, early Hen. III. Harl. 55 G. 19 : 1442. Harl. 

51 F. 1. 
, Adam Pik of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 7 Edw. II. pt. i. 

ISd. 
, Pardon to Gerard Hare of Honeweton for having acquired 

certain tenements in. O., 8 Edw. II. 10. 
, Pardon to Thos. David (? Davy) of, for acquiring in fee, a 

messuage, 50 acr. and 5 of meadow in, from Edmund Comyn. Pat. 

Rolls, 8 Edw. II. pt. ii. 23. 
, Licence to Thomas Davy to alienate 1 messuage 50 acres of 

land and 5 of meadow in. I.Q.D., 8 Edw. II. 35. 

, Tenements in, Edmund Comyn. I.P.M., 14 Edw. II. 25. 

, 1 messuage 54 acres of land 8 of marsh, &c., in, Thomas David. 

76. 17 Edw. II. 52. 
, 1 messuage and 48 acres in, Roger Holdelond and Reginald 

Keneman pro Cecilia wife of David Scot. Ib. 2 Edw. III. (2nd 

nos.) 7. 
, Land in, Wm. the Clerk of Downham and Hugh Ratlesden for 

Ixworth Priory. Ib. 6 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 123. 
, 48 acres in, Reginald son of Thos. North of Berdwell. 76. 6 

Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 30. 
, Pardon to Reginald son of Thomas North of Berdewell (sic) 

for acquiring for life from Peter Davy of, a messuage 48 acres of 

land 2 acres of meadow and 3 acres of pasture in. Pat. Rolls, 6 

Edw. III. pt. ii. 18. 0., 6 Edw. III. 35. 
, Order to take fealty of Thomas son of Isabella Davy and heir 

of Reginald North of Berdewell dec. of 1 messuage 18 acres of land 

2 of meadow and 1 pasture in, held of the King in chief in free socage 

by service of Id. p.a. 0., 26 Edw. III. 4. 
, 18 acres in, to Castle of Norwich. Reginald North of Berdewell. 

I.P.M., 26 Edw. III. 12. 
, Land in as of Norwich Castle. Alicia wife of Robt. de Hilbur- 

worth. Ib. 38 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 49. 
, Land in, Adam Gerard. Ib. 47 Edw. III. 15. 

, Land in, John Holbrook. Ib. 50 Edw. III. 31. 
, Quit claim by Helen widow of John Palmere of, to John Hautel 

of, of a messuage in, formerly owned by John Palmere her husband. 

17 Rich. II. Stowe Ch. 230. 



Sastede. 401 

, Pardon to John Smyth of Honeweton, Robert Fiynthard of 
Troston, Nicholas Droury, Henry son of Nicholas Droury, Ralph 
Grenegres, William son of Ralph Grenegres of Great Fakenham and 
Edmund Heyford of Bernhain for acquiring in fee from Thomas 
Davy a messuage 48a. of land 2 of meadow and 3 of pasture in, held 
in chief, without licence. Pat. Rolls, 5 Hen. VI. pt. i. 22. 

, John Wolnoth of, mentioned. Ib. 5 Hen. VI. pt. ii. 16. 

, David Waggard and Thomas Waggard of, mentioned. Ib. 5 

Edw IV. pt. i. 29. 

, Action as to maintenance of Dorothy Sparke. Jas. Sparke v. 

Earth. Hunton. 1734 at Thetford. Exch. dep. 

. Included in the Blackbourn Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1618. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 26 April 1881. L.G. 2011. 

SAPISTON v. sub Ashfield, &c., Bardwell Ch., Bradwell, &c., Euston, &c., 
Fakenham, &c., Hessett, &c., Honington, &c., Ixworth Thorpe, &c. 

SAPISTON MANOR. Extent. John de Brydwelle. I. P.M., 1 Edw. III. 
14. 

, John Carewe d. 1 March 1524 and George Carewe son and heir. 

Ib. 16 Hen. VIII. 23. 

, Claim by Crown on John A. for forfeiture of, 6 Eliz. M. Pas. 

Rec. Rot. 82. 

, Removal of process from, and discharge of Thomas Oleham, 

8 Eliz. M. Mich. Rec. Rot. 98. 

. Edw. Brooke v. John and Tho. Aldham. C.P., ser. ii. B. ix. 40. 

, Fine, Thomas Aldham late of John his brother. 11 Car. I. pt. i. 

49 (1635). 

SAPISTON CHURCH. Bells of. E.A. i. 161. Rood Screen in. N. and 
Q., 4th ser. vii. 143, 516. Monuments in. Add. 19079. Monu- 
ment to Poleys in. S.I. iii. 373. Plate. S.I. ix. 285. 

. Clericus. Johannes, late 13 cent. Add. Ch. 10521. 

, Lease of rectory of, to John Hill of Berdewell, 1536-7. S.P. 

1519 (70), 1520 (p. 581). 

SAPISTON, BERDEWELL, HUNEGHETON, TOEP and LIVREMEE. Order 
in action by William de Sapeston v. Adam de Fakenham and others 
as to tenements in. Pat. Rolls, 7 Hen. III. m. Qd. 

SAPISTON. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 

SARISBTJRY (Robert). Grant to, of lands in Suff. 5 Jac. I. 5 Pars 0. 
Rot. 7. 

SASTEDE v. Saxtead. 

Al 



402 Satterley. 

SATTERLEY v. Sotterley. 

SAUNDERS of Blaxhall and SATJNFORD. Pedigrees. Add. 19148. 

SAUNSELL v. sub Whepstead, &c. 

SAVAGE. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 

SAVELL. Pedigree. Harl. 1449. 

SAVOY. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 

SAWBRIDGE family of Coney Weston Hall. Burke L.G. 1401. 

SAWYER (Edward) and WILLIAM TRIGG. Grant to, of lands in Suff. 

11 Jac. I. 7 Pars 0. Rot. 87. 
SAXHAM (Saxam, Sexham, Sexton, Soxa'). 8th Rep. Hist. Com. 

1216. Law of Gavelkind at. E.A. iv. 180. Mr. Mills of. E.A. 

(N.S.) i. 79. Mills family of. Burke L.G. 1102. 
. Lands of Earl Ealph in the King's hand. 6 freemen held in 

K.E.'s time 1 carucate. Dom. 285. 
. Lands of St. Edmund. 5 carucates as a manor. 5a. meadow. 

And Albert and Fulcher hold of the Abbot 3 freemen with 2 carucates 

and a half. 3a. meadow. Half a mill. Two third shares of a 

church living with 6a. Dom. 357 and b. 

. Lands of Richard son of Earl Gislebert. A socman under Wisgar 

held 15a. Dom. 3916. 

, Land in, Thomas de Hernegrave. I.P.M., 48 Hen. III. 21. 

, Release in, t. Edw. I. Harl. 52 I. 49. 
, Sarah late wife of Radulph de Saxham v. John Punchardun 

and Walter Freysel, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 4 Edw. I. 3ld. 

, 44 acres in, Adam deCreting. I.P.M.,24Edw. 1.47. 27 Edw. I. 25. 

, Robert Freysel and Simon son of William le Fevre of, acknow- 
ledge that they owe Richard Hauvill of Bradele 18 marks to be levied 

in default on their lands in Suffolk. Close Rolls, 3 Edw. III. 24d. 

, John atte Heth of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 13 Edw. III. pt. ii. 15d. 

, Manumission by Bury Abbey of John Paman, a native of, 11 

Edw. IV. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 124. 

, Particulars of land in, for grant to John Pope, 36 Hen. VIII. 

D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 252. 

, Wm. Crofts, Baron Crofts of, born c. 1611. D.N.B. ii. suppl. 88. 

, Bond of Sir Hen. Crofts of, 1645. Com. for money advance 593. 

SAXHAM v. sub Bury St. Edmunds, &c., Chevington, &c., Cornard, &c., 

Elmharn South, &c. 

SAXHAM MANOR. Wm. Toppisfeld. I.P.M., 20 Edw. IV. 31. 
, Thomas Peyter d. 1st Aug. 1490 and Robert his brother and 

heir aged 22. 76. 7 Hen. VII. 62. 



Saxham. 403 

SAXHAM MANOR v. svh Risby Manor, &c. 
SAXHAM (Sexham) COURT v. sub Hengrave, &c. 
SAXHAM (GREAT). 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ii. 177. 

, Deed relating to [1162-1174]. Copy 15th cent. Add. 

34689. 

, Silvester de Swyneford v. Margery daughter of William de 

Swyneford and others, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. I. 

22d. 

, Agreement for spoliation of tithes between William de Lovetot, 

rector of G. S. and Sir William perpetual vicar of West Bersham 

and others, 1293. Bodl. Norf. Ch. 440. 
, Particulars for grant to Nicholas Bacon of farm in, 35 Hen. VIII. 

D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 162. 

, Survey and description of estate of Sir Thos. Kytson in, 33 

Eliz. Bodl. Suff. Rolls 26. 
, Revett Eldred of, created a Baronet 1641-42. D.K.R. 47. 

App. p. 136; and grant of arms to his wid. Anne Eldred by Edw. 

Bysshe, Garter 1652. Harl. 1172. 

, Bond to James Cobbes of, from M. Dowffylde and W. Gawdy, 

1652. Eger. 2717. 

, Charity. 5 Anne P.R.O. Inq. Bundle 47 Nov. 3. Dep. Bundle 

18, No. 7. Confirmations etc. Roll 32. 

. Included in the Wickhambrook Highway District 20 March 

1863. L.G. 1616. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1722. 
SAXHAM (GREAT) v. sub Bardwell, &c. 

SAXHAM MAGNA MANOR. Sir John Curson. I.P.M., 11 Edw. IV. 32. 
, Lease out of Augmentation Office to Thos. Frende and Wm. 

Potter of Saxham of, 1541. S.P. 1500. 

, Particulars of, for grant to Sir Richard Long and Margaret his 

wife, t. Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 234. 

, Grant of, to Richard Long, 33 Hen. VIII. 3 Pars O. 

Rot. 7. 

. Sir Richard Long d. 24 Sept. 1546 (?) and Henry son and heir. 

I.P.M., 1 Edw. VI. 48. 
. Edward Crofte d. 14 Feb. 1557 and Thomas son and heir 18 

years of age. Ib. 4 and 5 Ph. and M. 21. 

. Survey and valuation, 16 Eliz. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. 

App. p. 15. 
, Particulars of, 1597. Tanner cccxiii. 58. 



404 SaxJiam. 

SAXHAM (GREAT) CHURCH. Notes on. MS. Gough, 7 Bodl. 18236. 

Inscriptions on bells of. E.A. iv. 154. Registers (begin 1555). 

N. and Q., 7th ser. xi. 284. Monuments in. Add. 19107, 19108. 

Brasses (1632, 1798). Add. 32478, 32479, 32484, 32490. Descrip- 
tion of tomb of John Eldred with plate by Craven Ord. Arch. xv. 

403-4. Plate. S.I. viii. 307. 
, Presentation of Thomas Pope to. Pat. Rolls, 6 Rich. II. 

pt. iii. 8. 
, Valuation of rectory of, for grant to Sir Richard Long and 

Margaret his wife, t. Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 234. 
, John Leder v. Nich. Bradley and another, touch, rectory of. 

C.P. ser. ii. B. cxi. 26. 

, Will of Ralph Weld rector of, 1719. Add. 34817. 

. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. 

L.G. 859. 
SAXHAM (LITTLE). Three small manors in, viz., Grace's, GeddingX 

al. Toppisfield's and Large' s. 

, Evidences relating to. Add. 7097. 

, Agnes daughter of Michael de Russebrok and John Germeyn v. 

William le Large, touch, possessions in. Pat. Rolls, 4 Edw. I. 22 

(32) (45). 
, John Germayn v. William le Large and others, touch, a tenement 

in. 76. 4 Edw. I. 5W. 
, Sarah late wife of Radulph de Saxham v. John Punchardun 

and others, touch, a tenement in. 76. 5 Edw. I. 24d. 
, John son of Adam (or Ada) de Geddyng v. Adam (or Ada) son 

(or daughter) of Nicholas de Geddyng, touch, possessions in. 76. 

9 Edw. I. 2Qd. 
, Land in, Robert Ilger v. John Sprount. Star C.P., Hen. VIII. 

vol. 17, 3. 
, Grace's, Large's and Toppesfield Manor al. Geddinghall 

in, Thomas Lucas d. 7 July' 1531 and Thomas Lucas next heir 

viz., son and heir of Jasper son and heir of the said Thomas. 76. 

23 Hen. VIII. 62. 
, Large's Manor in, Sir John Croftes d. 15 Jan. 1557 and Edward 

Croftes son and heir. 76. 4 and 5 Ph. and M. 54. 
, Large's and Toppesfield's Manors. Edmund Croftes d. 14 Feb. 

4 and 5 P. and M. and Thomas son and heir 18 years of age. 76. 4 

and 5 Ph. and M. 21. 
, Precipe on a covenant cone, lands in, 1565. Add. Ch. 25330. 



Saxmundham. 405 



- Exchange of a piece of glebe for land belonging to Mr. Crofts, 

1716. Tanner cxxxvii. 66. 

Included in the Wickhambrook Highway District 20 March 

1863. L.G. 1616. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 18 April 1881. L.G. 1722. 
SAXKAM (LrrTLE) v. sub Bardwell, &c., Ickworth, &c., Risby, &c. 
SAXHAM (LITTLE) MANOR. Particulars of, by Rich. Croftes. [Bury 

1788] fol. 

. Sir John Curson. I.P.M., 11 Edw. IV. 32. 
. Sir John Croftes d. 15 Jan. 1557 and Edmund Croftes son and 

heir. Ib. 4 and 5 Ph. and M. 54. 
. Edward Croftes d. 14 Feb. 1557 and Thomas son and heir 18 

years of age. Ib. 4 and 5 P. and M. 21. 
SAXHAM (LITTLE) CHURCH. Notes on. MS. Gough, 7 Bodl. 18236. 

Account of, in " The Antiquarian Repertory," 2 vols. 1778, 4to. 

Account in Suffolk Institute (1887). S.I. vi. (xliv.) (1901) xi. 69, 

70. View of. Add. 8986. Round tower of. Arch, xxiii. 12-16. 

S.I. vi. (xliv.) E.A. i. 109, 166. Bells. S.I. vi. (xlvii.) Inscriptions 

on Bells of. E.A. iv. 154. Rood Screen in. Ib. iii. 317. Registers 

(begin 1554 (? 9). S.I. vi. (xlvii.) xi. 71. N. and Q., 7th ser. xi. 

284. Monuments in. Add. 19107, 19108. S.I. vi. (xlvi. xlvii.) 

Plate. S.I. viii. 307. Rectors of. S.I. xi. 70. Dowsing's visit 

to. S.I. vi. (xlv.). Visited by Suffolk Institute (1901). S.I. xi. 

60. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. 

L.G. 859. 

SAXHAM GT. and LITTLE v. sub Horningsheath Little, &c. 
SAXHAM and BARROW. William de Roynges v. Silvester de Swineford 

and others, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. I. 20rf. 
SAXHAM, RYSBY and MYLDENHALL. 3 messuages and 500 acres of land. 

Robt. Hethe. I.P.M., 20 Rich. II. 28. 
SAXHAM family. S.I. x. 26. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 195. 

Pedigree. Add. 19148. Genealogical notes. Rawl. B 319. 
SAXHESTED v. SAXTEAD. 
SAXMUNDHAM (Samundeham, Saxmondeham, Saxmondham, Say- 

rmmdham). 
. loth Rep. pt. ii. Hist. Com. 204. Carving of Martyrdom of 

St. Stephen, &c. B.A.A. ii. 189. Token of, found at Brandeston. 

Ib. xi. 347. Holland family of Benhall Lodge near. Burke L.G. 

793. Long family of Hart's Hall nr. Ib. 984. 



406 Saxmundham. 



. Land of Roger Bigot. In K.E.'s time Norman held 140a. as a 

manor. 3a. meadow. A church with 15a. Algar K.E.'s thane 
held as a manor in K.E.'s time 2 carucates and 40a. 5a. meadow. 
2 churches with 24a. There have been added to the manor 7 freemen 
with 48a. which Ranulph now holds. 4a. meadow. There are also 
30a. which belong to Kelsale demesne. Dom. 3386, 339. 

, Grants, in, &c., t. Hen. III. Harl. 49 B. 1. Add. Ch. 5899, 5900. 

, John de Rameseye v. William de Glaunville touch, a tenement in, 

and 2 fosses levied in. Pat. Rolls, 6 Edw. I. 12. 

, One fee in, Roger le BygodE. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. I. P.M. 

35 Edw. I. 46. 

, Licence for alienation in mortmain by Robert Swan to a chaplain 

celebrating daily in his chapel at, of 60 acres of land 2 acres of meadow 
2 acres of wood and 4s. of rent in, held in chief as of the manor of 
Pramlingham. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. II. pt. ii. 14. I.Q.D., 2 Edw. II. 27. 

, Pardon to William de Tudenham for acquiring for life without 

licence from John de Ufton tenant in chief a messuage 25 acres of 
land 2 acres of pasture and 2s. of rent in. Ib. 13. Fine paid. 0., 
2 Edw. II. Ri.10. I.Q.D., 2 Edw. II. 90. 

, 7 acres in, Thomas de Verleye. I.Q.D., 3 Edw. II. 34. 32 

acres, 3 pasture \ acre meadow and 1 of wood and 29s. 3d. rent in, 
William Todenham. Ib. 3 Edw. II. 41. 

Market and fair, Thomas de Verlay. Chart. Rolls, 4 Edw. II. 38. 

Pardon to Thos. de Verlay for acquiring in fee without licence 

from William de Biskeleye 7 acres in. Pat. Rolls, 4 Edw. II. pt. ii. 27. 

, Order to pay Thomas de Verlay the profits of a market and fair 

held upon 7 acres in, whilst in the King's hands. Close Rolls, 4 
Edw. II. 8. 

. Free warren. John de Wingfeld. Chart. Rolls, 9 Edw. III. 

30. Fair. Ib. 21 Edw. III. 21, 

, Land in, Maria wife of Thomas de Brotherton E. of Norf. I.P.M., 

36 Edw. III. pt. ii. 9. 

, 1 messuage 60 acres of land 3 of meadow and pasture and 2s. 6d. 

rent in, Robt. Swan. Ib. 1 Rich. II. 46. 
, One fee in, Wm. de Ufford, Earl of Suff. and Joan his wife. Ib. 

5 Rich. II. 57. 
, Feoffments, &c., of Hurtes and Swans manors, &c., in, 1384. 

Cott. xxviii. 85 : 1408. Harl. 54 I. 7 : 1430. Harl. 43 E. 19. 

54 I. 10 : 1431. Harl. 45 I. 12, 50 H. 27, 28,54 1. 15 : 1435. Add. 

Ch. 2016. 



Saxmundham. 407 



, Grant to Edmund de Wyghtham of a messuage 60 acres of land 

3 of meadow and pasture and 2s. 6d. of rent in, which Robert Swan 
gave to a chaplain and his successors hi perpetuity for celebrating 
and which by reason of withdrawal of the chantry was seised into 
the late King's hands. Pat. Rolls, 9 Rich. II. pt. i. 30. I.P.M., 
9 Rich. II. 66. 
, Michael de la Pole E. of Suff . gave to the Master and Chaplains 

of Wingfield lands in. I.Q.D., 7 Hen. IV. 35. 

, One fee in, John Duke of Norf. I.P.M., 11 Hen. VI. 43. 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Alice Smith 

fol. .71. 1458-1477. Edward Pippin fol. 148. Christian Sermanfol. 55. 
, Hurtes and Swannes in, Wm. late Duke of Suff. I.P.M., 28 

Hen. VI. 25. 

, Fees in, John Duke of Norf. Ib. 19 Edw. IV. 73. 

, Hurts Manor in, saved to John Duke of Suffolk, 1487. R.P. 

vi. 400. 

, Crown grant of Swans (Swannes) manor in, 1508. Harl. 51 H. 18. 

, Crown grant of a fair and market at, with the advowson, 1511. 

Harl. 51 H. 20. 
, Swannes Manor in, Edmund E. of Suff. d. 4 May 1513 held of 

the King by fealty, &c., val. 9 per an. I.P.M., 5 Hen. VIII. 1. 

, Notice of grant of Swannes manor in. S.P., 5 Hen. VIII. 4254. 

, Grant to Cardinal Wolsey of all messuages, lands, &c., in, in 

King's hands, 1528. S.P., 20 Hen. VIII. 4473. 
, Sale to Thos. Duke of Norf. of fields, &c., in, in King's hands 

by attainder of Wolsey. S.P., 24 Hen. VIII. 418 (3), 1207 (37). 
, Grant by Chas. Duke of Suff. to Crown of Swanes manor in, 

in exchange by deed, 30 Hen. VIII. 1538. S.P. ii. 1182 (18a). 
, Grant to Lionel Talmage, of custody of lands in, which belonged 

to John Morief, elk. dec. during minority of Ralph Morif, 1542. 

S.P. 443 (43). 
, Hurtz Manor in, Sir Richard Hare d. 31 Oct. 1557 and Margaret 

daur. and heir aged 28. I.P.M., 4 and 5 Ph. and M. 31. 
, Account of estate of Thomas Glemham near (c. 1570) (18th Cent.). 

Add. 32502. 
, Precipe on a covenant cone, land in, 1593. Add. Ch. 25480. 

, Grant to Thos. Johnson of lands in, 1594. S.P. 569. 
, Claim by Thomas Johnson against Robert Alcocke as to site of 

Swannes manor in, held under a lease granted by the Duke of , 

C.P.ii. 90. 



408 Saxmundham. 



. Chancery Actions : Reg. Duxe v. Anth. Hayford as to place 

called " Swannes " in. C.P. ser. ii. B. liv. 7. Nich. Heywarde and 

Margery his wife v. Geoff. Pype. Ib. B. xciv. 75. Dennis Normen 

v. Nich. Heyward. Ib. B. cxxxii. 56. John Woode, Phillippe his 

wife and others v. Edm. Keble, touch, manor place of Hurtes in. 

Ib. B. cxcv. 21. 
, Letter of John Sparham of, to 0. Le Neve 1708. Eger. 

2721. 
, John Base of, compounds for lands worth 9 a year purchased of 

Grace Bedingfield 2/3 of which are sequestered for her recusancy. 

1648. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 1851. 
, John Base of, appointed Commissioner for Sequestrations, 1654. 

S.P., Cal. of Comp. 691, 693. 

, Letter of Jason Grover, Postmaster of, 1660. S.P. 97. 

, Petition of John Paine deputy postmaster of, 1666. S.P. 166. 

, Paine, Postmaster of, 1667. S.P. 12. 
, Manors of Swans and Bevall Saint Roberts. Roger Coke v. 

John Base. 33 Chas. II. at Saxmundham. Exch. dep. 
, Manor of Swans and copyhold lands held by John Base. Roger 

Coke v. John Bishop and others 1694 at Yoxford. Exch. dep. 
, Letters of John Dawson of, to O. Le Neve 1707, 1710. Eger. 

2720, 2721. 

, Dragoons quartered at, 1768. H.O.P. 939. 

, John Shipp, soldier and author, born 1784 at. D.N.B. lii. 115. 

, Hy. Bright, water-colour painter, born 1814 at. 76. vi. 331. 

, Trust for Protestant Dissenters at. Trust Deed, 52 Geo. III. 

44, 6. 
, Exchange of lands effected by the churchwardens of the parish. 

Trust Deed, 1838, 167, 1. 
, Conveyance of land upon trust for the persons whose names 

are inscribed in a certain book styled the Church Book Independent 

Chapel. Trust Deed. 1850, 121, 8. 

, Chapel registered for marriages 1851. L.G. 2416. 

. Framlingham County Court to be also held at, 5 Feb. 1861. 

L.G. 442. 

, Dissenting Chapel, &c., at Trust Deed. 1863, 24, 15. 
. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 10 Dec. 1878. L.G. 7073. 
SAXMUNDHAM v. sub Aldeburgh, Benhall, Benhall, &c., Benningham, &c., 
Carlton, Hemingstone, &c., Iken, &c., Rendham, &c., Wherstead, &c., 
Wingfield, &c., Wingfield College, Yoxford, &c. 



Saxtead. 409 

SAXMUNDHAM MANOR. Forfeited by John late Earl of Lincoln 1495. 

R.P. vi. 4746. 

. Restored to Edmund E. of Suff. 76. 4756. 
SAXMUNDHAM MANOR v. sub Eye Honor, &c., Wingfield, &c. 

(Swanes Manor), Eye Honor, &c., Huntingfield Manor, &c. 
SAXMUNDHAM MANOR and CHURCH (with advowson). Mich, de Pole 

and Kat. his wife. I.P.M., 13 Rich. II. 41. 
SAXMUNDHAM CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19100, 19101. 

Plate. S.I. ix. 50. 
, Valuation of rectory of, on grant to Nicholas and John Hare, 

38 Hen. VHI. D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 308. 
. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 250. 

. Burials, 1855. L.G. 479 : 1856. L.G. 2251 : 1857. L.G. 

1099 : 24 Feb. 1860. L.G. 646 : 23 Nov. 1860. L.G. 4406. 
, Benefice. Procurations and synodals released, 26 Aug. 1879, 

L.G. 5216. 

SAXMUNDHAM CH. v. sub Wingfield, &c. 
SAXMUNDHAM MARKET MANOR. Grant by Chas. D. of Suff. to Crown 

of, in exchange by Deed 30 Hen. VIII. 1538. S.P. ii. 1182 (18a). 
SAXMUNDHAM MARKET MANOR v. sub Huntingfield Manor, &c. 
SAXMUNDHAM, CROFFELD, OUTHALL, BLAXHALE, RAMMESHOLT, W ANTES - 

DEN, GLEMHAM, DENHAM, IKENE, CARLETON and SULHAM. Knights' 

fees in, Thos. Earl of Norf. I.P.M., 1 Hen. IV. 716. 
SAXMUNDHAM, KELESHALE, RENDHAM and STERNEFELD. Grant by 

Roger le Bygod E. of Norfolk in fee simple to John de Uffeton his 

yeoman of all the lands sometime of John de Glaunvill and Joan de 

Grymeleys his wife of the inheritance of the said Joan in. Pat. 

Rolls, 31 Edw. I. 31. 

SAXMUNDHAM, STERNEFELD, FRESTON, KELESHALE, SNAPES and BEN- 
HALL. Grant by Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. to John de Uffeton 

his yeoman of Richard le Man and Robert le Coilleur, . the Earl's 

bondmen and the lands they hold of the Earl in villeinage in. 76. 
SAXMUNDHAM. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
SAXTEAD (Sastede, Saxhested, Saxstye ? Saxted, Saxteda'). 

, Lands in. 5th Rep. Hist. Com. 15. 7th Rep. 106. Coin and 

ring from green. B.A.A. xxi. 80. 
. Land of Earl Hugh. In K.E.'s time Burchard held as a hamlet 

in Framlingham 60a. and 4a. meadow. Dom. 299. 

, Robert son of Nicholas de Gardener v. William Benge, touch. 

a messuage and land in. Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. 1. 25. 



410 Saxtead. 

, Ministers' accounts in, 7 Hen. IV. Bundle 997, No. 19. Bundle 

998, No. 15. 

, Land and hamlet in, Fees. John de Mowbray Duke of Norf. 

I.P.M., 11 Hen. VI. 43. 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1458-1477. Robert 

Bateman fol. 320. William Perrie fol. 223. 

, Precipe on a covenant cone, land in, 1593. Add. Ch. 

25460. 

. Charity. 6 Jac. I. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 3, No. 24. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1704. 

SAXTEAD v. sub Pramlingham, &c., Framlingham Castle and 
Manor. 

SAXTEAD MANOR. Court Rolls t. Edw. III. in Pembroke Coll. 1 Rep. 
Hist. Com. 70. 

. Extract from Court Rolls of (1575). Add. Ch. 10457. Act 

touching. 7 Rep. Hist. Com. 166. 

, Lease to Sir Geo. Carey of rents of assize and lands, &c., belong- 
ing to, for 21 years, 1591. S.P. 129. 

, John Borrett v. John Rosyer touch, parcel of. C.P. ser. ii. B. 

xxi. 42. 

, Confirmation of, demised by Sir Rob. Hitcham to charitable 

uses, 1654. S.P. 385. Bill. 13 and 14 Car. II. H.L. xi. 433, 435, 
438. Papers relating to (1682-1808). Add. 23960. 

SAXTEAD CHURCH. Sketch of north side of. Add. 8987. Monu- 
ments in. Add. 19091, 19092. 

SAXTEAD CHAPEL v. svh Framlingham Church. 

SAY or Saye family. S.I. ii. 78. Pedigree. Add. 19148. Arms. 
Harl. 1449. Amice de Say acknowledges that she owes Robert de 
Insula 350 marks to be levied in default on her lands in Suffolk. 
Close Rolls, 7 Edw. I. Sd. 

SAYER from Essex. Pedigree. Harl. 1560, 1820. of Eye of Thorn- 
don and of Woodbridge. Pedigrees. Add. 19148. Livery of 
lands in Suffolk to Silvanus Sayer brother and heir of Samuel, 1626. 
Chancery. D.K.R. 43. App. i. p. 42. 

SAYHAM al. Seiham al. Siam (Secham) v. sub Newton. 

SAYMER v. Semer. 

SCACCARIS (de). Pedigree. Add. 19148. Inquis. of Simon de Scac- 
caris having rents in Aketcfn, Illie, Waldingefeld, Newton, Cornerthe 
and Bures. I.P.M., 20 Edw. I. 24. 

SCADENA al. Scadenefella v. Shadingfield. 



Scerdacra. 411 

SCALES family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 195. Pedigree. Add. 

19148. Inquis. p.m. of Sir Thomas Scales, 1-2 Hen. VII. D.K.R. 10. 

App. ii. p. 120. 
SCANTUNA v. Stanton. 
SCARNESTON ( Escarnestuna, Escarlestuna, Scarfeston, Scarp ton, 

Scaringestone, Scamestuna, Scarveston, Scarvestuna, Skarneston, 

Skamiston, Skarnistone) in Bosmere and Claydon Hund. probably 

in Barham. 
. Lands of Earl Ralph in the King's hand. A freeman with 2a. 

Dom. 285. 

. Lands of E. Alan. 3 freemen with 12a. Dom. 295. 

. Lands of the Bp. of Bayeux. 27 freemen held 1 carucate and 

2a. meadow. Dom. 376. 
. Lands of St. Etheldreda. 3 freemen held 8a. which William 

de Scoies held of the King but now of the Abbot, and a freeman held 

2a. Dom. 3836. 
, Land in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. I.P.M., 

35 Edw. I. 46. 

, Land in, Alicia wife of John de Holebrok. 76. 3 Edw. II. 51. 

, Rent of 6s. 8d. out of, Andreas de Sankevyle and Joan his wife. 

Ib. 9 Edw. II. 68. 
, Order to escheator to deliver to Joan late wife of Andrew de 

Sankevill lands in, assigned in dower to her by the King. Close 

Rolls, 10 Edw. II. 31. 
, Rent in, John son of William de Cleydon. I.P.M., 24 Edw. III. 

80. 
, Land in, Maria wife of Thomas de Brotherton E. of Norf. Ib. 

36 Edw. III. pt. ii. 9. 

, Fees in, John Duke of Norf. Ib. 19 Edw. IV. 73. 
SCARNESTON v. sub Debenham, &c. 
SCARNESTON and BURSTALL. 3 fees and a half in, Wm. de Ufford, 

Earl of Suff. and Joan his wife. I.P.M., 5 Rich. II. 57. 
, 3i fees and 4th part of a fee in, Thos. Duke of Norf. Ib. 1 

Hen. IV. 716 ; John Duke of Norf. Ib. 11 Hen. VI. 43. 
SCARSTON in Coddenham v. sub Samford Hund., &c. 
SCASTRETE v. sub Wattisham, &c. 
SCATELYN. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
SCAWEN (John). Lease to, of lands in Suff. 43 Eliz. 5 Pars 0. Rot. 

83. 
SCERDACRA v. Chadacre. 



412 Scernefeld. 

SCERNEFELD (?) MANOR. As of Eye Castle. Alianora wife of Sir 

John Wynkfeld. I.P.M., 49 Edw. III. pt. ii. 54. 
SCEUELEIA v. Shotley. 

SCHADENEFELD ol. Schadenfeld v. Shadingfield. 
SCHAKERLONDE MANOR v. sub Badwell. 
SCHIKTFORNHAM. Grant by Geoffrey, son of Luce to the 

hospital of St. Saviour of 9 acres in (c. 1240-50). Bodl. Suff. 

Ch. 48. 

SCHIMPLINGE at. Schimplyngge al. Schymplyngge v. Shimpling. 
SCHIPMEDWE al. Schymedwe v. Shipmeadow. 
SCHISSELFORD v. Chillesford. 
SCHOTTELE v. Sotterley. 

SCHREIBEK and SCHUTZ. Pedigrees. Add. 19148. 
SCITJTERLEIGH v. Sotterley. 
SCOLE BRIDGE to Bury. Repairing road. 9 Geo. III. c. 67. 28 Geo. 

III. c. 97. 48 Geo. III. c. 5. 9 Geo. IV. c. 75. 28 and 29 Viet. 

c. 107. 

SCOT of Ash. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
SCOT (Thomas) Minister at St. Clements, Ipswich. A Sermon at the 

Assizes, Bury St. Edmunds. Cambridge 1633. 
SCOTELEIA al. Scottuna v. Shotley. 
SCOTESHAM v. Shottisham. 
SCOTT family. E.A. v. 30, vii. 124. of Leiston from Essex. Pedigree. 

Add. 5520, 5524, 19148, and arms. Harl. 1103, 1177, 1449, 1560 

of Bungay of Dunwich and Westleton of South Cove and 

Shadingfield. Pedigrees. Add. 19148. 
SCOTTOWE. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 

SCOTTSNETTS WITHIN THE HAUGH MANOR v. sub Debenham. 
SCOTTON (?) (Scottuna) hi Samford Hund. Lands of Geoffrey de 

Magnavitte. Rainelm holds of Geoffrey the land which Fribern the 

King's thane held in K.E.'s time, 2 carucates as a manor. 4a. 

meadow. The 3rd part of a church with 15a. Dom. 4116. 
SCOTPS al. Skots al. Skottes MANOR. William Werstede gave to Prior 

of Snapes. I.Q.D., 6 Hen. IV. 20. 
, Grant of, to Thomas Duke of Norfolk, 24 Hen. VIII. O. Rot. 

31. S.P., 24 Hen. VIII. 418 (3). 
SCOTTS MANOR v. sub Snape Priory. 
SCRADESELL. Earl Glovernie appropriated to himself warren in the 

' Wallefeld ' in. H.R. ii. 153. 
SCRADESELL v. Stradishall ? 



Sdfiegh. 413 

SCRENE (Sir John) Knt. Grant by, to Robt. Chamberleyn and Edward 

Wodehouse Knts., and Thos. Bybbessworth Esq. of all his manors 

and land, &c., in Suffolk, which he inherited therein after the death 

of John Serene his father. 14 Edw. IV. C. 3282. 
SCRIVEN. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
SCRIVENER al. Skrivener family. S.I. viii. 62. Pedigree. Add. 

19148 (with Arms). Harl. 1820. Rawl. B. 422. Arms. Harl. 

1449. Traditions as to privileges of (17th cent.). Add. 

34757. 

SCROFFS, SCROOPE, and SCROPE. Pedigrees. Add. 19148. 
SCTJDAMORE (Ambrose). Covenants between, and Arthur Barnardiston 

relating to Mr. Ralph Starkie's books, 1628. Harl. 97. 
SCTJLHAM. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
SCTTTAGE. Red Book of Exchequer t. Rich. I. and John. Bodl. 4189. 

11 and 12 Edw. III. D.K.R. 2. App. ii. p. 144. 
SCUTT. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
SEA, Lands gained from the, 9 Car. I. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. 

App. p. 120 ; 12 Car. I. Ib. p. 123. 
SEALS. S.I. ii. 95, 97, 102, 204, 205, 214, 228, 275. Lists of. E.A. 

vii. 161. B.A.A. xi. 262. Add. 5813, 21056. 
SEARS (Septimus). A Few Original Poems by. Ipswich. 
SECKFORD v. sub Bealings Great. 
SECKFORD'S ALMSHOUSE v. sub Woodbridge. 
SECKFORD al. Sackford family. S.I. ix. 359. Gipps's account. S.I. 

viii. 195. Pedigree. Add. 5524. Harl. 155 ; 891 ; 1103 ; 1177 ; 

1449 ; 1560. S.I. ix. 367, with arms in trick, 1587. Rawl. B. 

422. S.I. ix. 367-369. Arms and quarterings. Tanner cclvii. 

215, 249. Add. 19148. Grant to Seckford of lands in Suff. 2 Eliz. 

1 Pars O. Rot. 20, 6 Eliz. 4 Pars 0. Rot. 47, 19 Eliz. 2 Pars 0. Rot. 

63. Lease to Humphrey Seckford of lands in Suff. 33 Eliz. 3 

Pars O. Rot. 55. Licence to Henry heir of Thomas to enter on 

lands in Suff. 1625. Chancery. D.K.R. 43. App. i. p. 9. Licence 

to Henry heir of Henry to enter on lands in Suff. 1629. Ib. p. 127. 
SEDESTANK v. Chediston. 

SEEKAMP, SEELY and SEGRAVE. Pedigrees. Add. 19148. 
SEILAJVI al. Seleham v. Syleham. 
SSLFANGRE i. sub Brome, &c. 
SELFLEGH (Selflega, Selvele, Selvesleg, Selveslegh) in Samford Hund. 

, Grant by King to Robert de Tatteshal and his heirs in perpetuity 

of a market in. Close Rolls, 10 Hen. III. 20, 11 Hen. III. 12. 



414 Selflegh. 

, Robert de Tatteshal appointed Augerus Oysel his attorney in 

proceedings against William le Constable cone. 12 acres in. Ib. 

10 Hen. III. 13 in dorso. 
, Attorney of Robt. de Tateshal against William le Cunestable 

cone, land in, Richd. de Tibeham. Ib. 12 Hen. III. D.K.R. 27 

App. p. 88. 
, William son of Hervy held ; in capite of the King by lijs. which 

Hen. I. gave to But ley Ch. and now in King's hand by death of 

Robert de Tateshal [see Feet of Fines 10 Hen. III. 148]. T. de N. 

295. 

, Richard de Aunlers held land in. T. de N. 283. 

SEMAN al. Turner. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 

SEMER (Saymer, Seamer, Seamera', Semere, Southmere). 

, Lead core for making bronze celts found on common. P.S.A., 

2nd ser. vol. xiii. 300. 
. Land of St. Edmund. In K.E.'s time St. Edmund held, as a 

manor 3 carucates of land and a half and 11 a. of meadow 1 mill. 

Also a church benefice with 30a. of land and la. meadow. Dom. 

3686. 
, Hugh le Gardiner of Semer v. Galiena late wife of Nicholas de 

Semere, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. I. 9. 
, Free warren in, Godf. de Bellomonte. Chart. Rolls, 20 Edw. I. 

33. 

, Grants, &c., in, 1304. Harl. 49 F. 26, 51 C. 57, D. 1 : 1333. 

Harl. 54 H. 20 : 1335. Harl. 54 H. 21. 

, Land in, John Onehand for Bury Abbey. I.Q.D., 8 Edw. II. 153. 

, Free warren in, Kersey Priory. Chart. Rolls, 19 Edw. II. 23. 

, Licence for Henry de Percy, King's kinsman to grant in f rank- 

almoin a messuage and land in, said to be parcel of the Manor of, 

held of the King in chief by service of a thirtieth of a knight's fee, 

to two chaplains to celebrate in the chapel of St. Mary for the souls 

of Eleanor his mother and his ancestors. Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. III. 

pt. i. 22. 
, Land in, John del Brok for Kersey Priory. I. P.M., 11 Edw. III. 

(2nd nos.) 15. 

. Muster. 8 names, 1539. S.P. 652, M. 21. 
, Benj. Brunning, nonconformist divine, son of Rev. John 

Brunning rector of, baptised 1623. D.N.B. vii. 147. 
, Examination of Wm. Meadows of, labourer, 1735. T.B. and P. 

16. 



Sende. 415 

. Included in the Lavenham Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1620. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1696. 

. Poor Law Acts. (P.O.) 47-48 Viet. c. 47. 
SEMER v. sub Brome, &c., Chevington, &c., Cockfield, Groton, &c., 

Kersey, &c., Loudham, &c., Pakenham, &c. 
SEMER MANOR. Extent. Moiety. Cecilia de Farariis sometime wife 

of Godfrey de Bello Monte. I.P.M., 21 Edw. I. 49. 
, Particulars of farm of, for grant to Clement Heigham, 35 Hen. 

VIII. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 221. 
SEMER and GROTENE MANORS. Licence for Abbey of Bury to retain 

in mortmain 2 parts of, which Ralph de Berners and John de Creyk 

deraigned against the said Abbey by wager of battle and afterwards 

released in perpetuity. Pat. Rolls, 19 Edw. I. 22. 
, Licence for Bury Abbey to retain in mortmain a third part of. 

Ib. 25 Edw. I. pt. i. 19. 

SEMER CHTTRCH. Monuments in. Add. 19088. Plate. S.I. ix. 213. 
, Relief to John de Ramseye for having obtained possession of, 

against John de Blakenham by appeal to Rome. Pat. Rolls, 18 

Edw. III. pt. ii. 38. 
, Presentation of William Les, chaplain, to, Ib. 3 Hen. VI. pt. i. 

14. 

, Valuation of rectory of, 35 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 9. App. ii. p. 

221. 

. Institution of Robert Wetherell as rector, 1706. Add. Ch. 

10575. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. 

L.G. 859. 
SEMER, KERSAY, WHATFELD, NAWTON and ALDHAM. Claim under 

deed of gift by John Higham against Joan Higham as to lands in, late 

of John Higham dec. plaintiff's great uncle. C.P. ii. 31. 
SEMER, NEDGING and WHATFIELD. Sale by Court of Chancery of 

freehold and leasehold estates in (Smith v. Cooke). 1894, L.G. 

4047. 

SEMERE. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
SEMOtrRS MANOR v. sub Eye Honor, &c. 
SENASTON v. Wenhaston. 

SENCLERS (Sintclers) MANOR v. sub Bradfield St. Clare Barningham. 
SENDE (?) MANOR (?) Surrey. Land in, John de la Mare and Joan 

his wife. I.P.M., 9 Edw. II. 62. 



416 Sentherton. 



SENTHERTON v. Sotherton. 

SEPTON family. Arms. Harl. 1449. 

SEPULCHRAL BRASSES. S.I. i. 25, 26, 53, 54, 59, 60, 84, 148, 

234, 235. 

SERLES MANOR v. svb Assington, &c. 
SERLETE MANOR. Thos. Duke of Glouc. for Master Thos. Grey. 

I.P.M., 22 Rich. II. 79. 

SERFDOM in Suffolk in Reign of Edw. I. E.A. v. 193, 236, 251. 
SETTLE. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
SEVENS (John). Goods of, in Suff. 1 Jac. II. Exch. Spec. Com. 

D.K.R. 38. App. p. 141. 
SEWELL of Stutton, SEWSTER, and SEXTEN. Pedigrees. Add. 19148. 

MSS. of William Henry Sewell Vicar of Yaxley. 10 Rep. Hist. 

Com. pt. v. 463. 

SEXTENS al. Westley Manor v. sub Bury St. Edmunds Abbey. 
SEXTENS MANOR v. sub Westley. 
SEXTON family. Pedigree. Add. 19148 of Laynham. Pedigree 

with arms in trick 1563. Rawl. B. 393. 
SEYLJARD, family of. Arms with quarterings. Add. 5524. v. sub. 

Sulyard. 
SEYMOUR. Pedigree. Harl. 1484. Add. 19148. Pedigree and arms. 

Tanner cclvii. 28, 19. 
SHADINGFIELD (Chadenesfeld, Sadenfeld, Scadena, Scadenafella, 

Schadenefeld, Schadenesford, Schadenfeld, Schandefeld, Shaddene- 

feld, Shaddingfield, Shadenefeld, Shadenefeud, Shadenfeld, Shaden- 

feud, Shadenfield, Shadnefeud, Shadkenfeld, Shadyngfeld, Shande- 

feld, Shathenefeld, Shathenefield, Sladenfeld.) 

. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 451. 

. Land of Stigand in the King's hand. A freeman held 30a. as a 

manor and la. meadow. Dom. 2886. 

. Land of Roger Bigot. Godwin son of Tuka in K.E.'s time held 

and holds 1 carucate as a manor, la. meadow and a freeman held 

8a. Dom. 3356, 336. 
. Land of Geoffrey de Magnaville. Haldein a freeman holds (?) 

a carucate as a manor. 4a. meadow ; and another freeman held a 

carucate as a manor ; and 2 other freemen held 32a. as a manor. 

Dom. 412. 
. Land of Ralph Baynard. A freeman Toredi held 20a. Dom. 

4156. 
, Free warren in, Philip^Bocland. Chart. Rolls, 42 Hen. III. 1. 



Shading field. 417 



, Hugh de Bosco, Symon le Deneys and Mabilea de Bosco held 30a. 

Hugh de la Grene lOa. Hugh de Shadenfeld lOa. Alan Cog 15a. 

Godfrey de la Grene 8a. Warin de la Grene 8a. in. H.R. ii. 161. 
, Grants, &c., in t. Edw. I. Harl. 48 G. 13. Add. Ch. 15743 : 

1296. Harl. 48 G. 16 : 1297. Harl. 48 G. 15, 17 : 1396. Harl. 

48 I. 39 : 1400. Add. Ch. 10576 : 1426. Stowe Ch. 251 : 1476. 

Add. Ch. 10074. 
, William de Coldham and Edith his wife v. Godwin Baldwyn, 

touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. I. \4d. 
, William de Boclaund v. Roger le Marchaund and others, touch. 

a tenement in. Ib. 3 Edw. I. lid. 
, William de Alyerd v. Waleran Oldman and Margery his wife, 

touch, a tenement in. Ib. 4 Edw. I. 4d. 
, Joan late wife of Richard Sturmyn v. Philip de Boclaunde, 

touch, a msseuage and land in. Ib. 4 Edw. I. 13d. 
, William de Boclaund v. Roger le Marchaund and others, touch. 

a tenement in ; and said William v. John son of Walter de Shatene- 

feud, touch, a tenement in the said vill. Ib. 4 Edw. I. I2d. 
, Walram Oldman and Margery his wife v. William de Alierd and 

others, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 6 Edw. I. 20d. 
, Free warren in, William de Giselham. Chart. Rolls, 10 Edw. I. 

19. 
, Land in, Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. I.P.M., 

35 Edw. I. 46. 

, Land in, Ric. de Burstede parson of Framlingham and others, 

for Leyston Abbey. Ib. 19 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 68. 
, John Fraunceys of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 19 Edw. III. pt. ii. 

24. 
, Land in, Hugh Brikellesworth Parson of Ch. of St. Olave 

Southwork and others for St. Thomas in Southwork. I.P.M., 26 

Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 55. 
, Land in, Maria wife of Thomas de Brotherton E. of Norf. Ib. 

36 Edw. in. pt. ii. 9. 

, Land in, Humphrey de Bohun E. of Hereford and Joan his 

wife, dau. of Rich. E. of Arundel. Ib. 46 Edw. III. 10. 

, Grant from Margaret Moletz late wife of Alexander Moletz of, 

to William Borhed of Westhall, Thomas Payn of Brampton and 
Geoffrey Salwys of Brampton of an enclosure in. 4 Hen. VI. 
Stowe Ch. 251. 

f Will of Margaret Clerke of, proved at Ipswich 1458-1477, fol. 219. 

Bl 



418 Shadingfield. 



, Fees in, John Duke of Norf. I.P.M., 19 Edw. IV. 73. 

. Court of Wards and Liveries. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. p. 86. 

. Geo. Saxmondham v. Robt. Cuddon. C.P., ser. ii. B. clx. 14. 

, Common, Act for Inclosure of. (Loc. and pers. not pr.) 44 Geo. 

III. c. 38. 
. Inclosure of common. 46 Geo. III. 1806. Common Pleas. 

D.K.R. 27. App. p. 21. Plan on. Ib. 26 App. p. 11. 
. School Board formed compulsorily 7 Jan 1881. L.G. 73. 

. Bye-laws made 10 Dec. 1880. L.G. 6673. 
SHADINGFIELD v. sub Redisham Magna, &c., and Little, &c. 
SHADINGFIELD MANOR. Extent. John de Bursyerd. I.P.M., 35 

Edw. I. 34. 
SHADINGFIELD CH. Monuments in. Add. 19111, 19112. Inscription 

(1586-1640) of George Harvy and wife. Add. 32484. Registers 

(begin 1538). N. and Q., 7th ser. xi. 42. Plate. S.I. viii. 328. 

, Robert de Sefeld parson of. Pat. Rolls, 22 Edw. I. 7. 
. Roger le Bygod E. of Norf. and Alicia his wife. I. P.M., 35 

Edw. I. 46. 
, Order to deliver to John de Segrave and Margaret his wife 

eldest daur. and co-heir of Thomas E. of Norf. the advowson of, 

extended at 6 marks yearly. Close Rolls, 13 Edw. III. pt. i. 33. 
, Presentation of Thomas atte Welle parson of, to Church of 

Lydgate, on exchange with Robert Vauncy. Pat. Rolls, 3 Rich. II. 

pt. iii. 22 of David Cook of Bokyngham. 76. 1 Hen. IV. pt. v. 

29 of Nicholas Kyng. Ib. 2 Hen. IV. pt. ii. 37 of Thomas 

Walsyngham. Ib. 11 of Robert Samborn in exchange. 76. 

pt. iv. 13. Add. Ch. 10383. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 5216. 
SHADINGFIELD CHUKCH and GT. REDISHAM CmjBCH. Rectory. 

Lenny Hills and Sheep Park, belonging to Sir Edwd. Duke Knt. 

Jeremy Buttolph, Brampton Hall, Church of Gt. Reddisham. 

Tithes. Jas. Williamson v. Wm. Jordaine and others. 13 Chas. II. 

at Beccles. Exch. dep. 

. Rectory. Lenny Hills and Sheeps Park and rectory of Reddis- 
ham Magna. Tithes. Jas. Williamson v. Wm. Jordaine and 

others. 14 Chas. II. at Blythburgh. Exch. dep. 
SHADINGFIELD, ELLOTJGH and WESTON. William son of Roger del 

Brok and John his brother v. John Waleram and others, touch, 

land in. Pat, Rolls, 5 Edw. I. 18d. 



Shelland. 419 



SHADINGFIELD, IKEN, BROTJNESWELL, KELISHALE, TUNSTALL, EYK 

and CLOPTON CHURCHES. Thos. Duke of Norf. I.P.M., 1 Hen. IV. 

716. John Duke of Norf. 76. 11 Hen. VI. 43. 
SHADINGFIELD, ThuRYTON, BKUSYEKD, SWEFTELINGE and RYNGE- 

STEDE. 4 fees in, Wm. de Ufford, Earl of Suff. and Joan his wife. 

Ib. 5 Rich. II. 57. Thos. Duke of Norf. Ib. 1 Hen. IV. 716 ; John 

Duke of Norf. 76. 11 Hen. VI. 43. 
SHADINGFIELD. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
SHADWELL. Pedigree. Harl. 1484. 
SHAFTO. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 

SHAKERLAND HALL MANOR v. sub Ashfield Great, Badwell Ash, Blacker- 
lay (Thos.), Ixworth Manor, &c. 
SHANKE of Beccles from Norf. Pedigree. Add. 19148 ; Pedigree 

and Arms. Harl. 1560 ; 1820. 
SHARDELOWES al. Sherdlowes. Ministers' accounts of lands in, t. Hen. 

VI. or Edw. IV. Bundle 1117, No. 12. 
SHARDELOWES v. sub Barton Manor, Cavenham Manor, Stradishall 

Manor. 
SHARDELOWES MANOR v. sub Cavenham, Cowling, Cowling Manor, 

Santon Downham, Stoke by Nayland, Stradishall. 
SHARDELOWES al. Shardlowe family, from Norfolk. Gipps's 

account of. S.I. viii. 196. Pedigree and Arms. Harl. 1449, 

1560 from Bungay, Barton (Little) and Mildenhall. Add. 19148. 
SHARESFIELD v. sub Easton, &c. 
SHARPS family of Melton. Pedigree. Add. 19148. Arms. Add. 

5524. 

SHARPIN. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
SHATESHAM al. Shattesham v. Shottisham. 
SHATHENEFIELD al. Shathenefeld v. Shadingfield. 
SHAW or Shawe. Pedigree. Harl. 1560. .Add. 19148 of Kes- 

grave (Bart.) and SHAWBERRY. Pedigrees. Add. 19148. 
SHAWBURY. Marriage licence granted to Primitive Meth. Chapel 

Butler's Bank 1897. L.G. 2087. 
SHAXTON family. Harl. 1449. One Ann Shaxter mentd. Ashm. 

338. 

SHEDDEN. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 
SHELDON (Edward). Grant to, of lands in Suff. 22 Jac. I. 2 Pars 

O. Rot. 6. 

SHELDRAKE Family. E.A. vii. 64. 
SHELLAND (Schelland, Sellanda, Shellaund, Shellonde, Sholand). 



420 Shdland. 

, Lands of Richard son of Earl Gislebert. Phin predecessor of 

Richard held 23a. Dom. 3926. 

, Robert de Castre and Matilda his wife v. Roger de Scales and 

others, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 9 Edw. I. 13. 

, Land in, Robert Bardolf and Lora his wife. I.P.M., 33 Edw. I. 

21. 

, Land in, Ingelramus Belet and Lora his wife. Ib. 6 Edw. II. 28. 

, Land in, Robert Belet, Ib. 16 Edw. II. 44. 

. Abbey of Hayles. Chapel of, annexed to Church of Haughley. 

57 acres of land and 12 of wood appropriated to the same Church. 
Ib. 3 Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 93. 

, Order to escheator not to interfere further with the chapel of, 

and 57 acres of land and 12 of wood in, as the abbot of Hayles, 
parson of the church of Haghele and his predecessors had the said 
church and the chapel of, annexed to the Church to their own use 
and held the aforesaid land and wood peacefully as of the glebe of 
that church long before the publication of the Stat. of mortmain. 
Close Rolls, 3 Edw. III. 20. 

, Land in, Robt. de Skales. I.P.M., 6 Edw. III. 75. 

, Land in, Gilbert Chyld and others for Butley Priory. 76. 26 

Edw. III. (2nd nos.) 40. 

, Rokels Manor in, Wm. Burgs, Rog. Dencourt and John Felde. 

E.C.P., 8 Hen. IV.-35 Hen. VI. 16, 188. Ric. son of Wm. Burgs 
v. Rog. Dencourt and others. 76. 21-28 Hen. VI. 15, 91 ; 23 Hen. 
VI. 13, 165. 

f Will of John Hell of, proved at Ipswich 1458-1477. Fol. 239. 

, Rokecle Manor in. Robert Drury d. 2 March 1534 and Sir 

William son and heir. I.P.M., 27 Hen. VIII. 24. Sir Richard 
Gresham d. 21 Feb. 1548 and Sir John s. and h. Ib. 3 Edw. VI. 77. 

, Action by John Webb an infant son and heir of Robert Webb 

(1602) against Thomas Spinke sen. Thomas Spinke junior and 
Richard and George Barker to redeem freehold land in. C.P. iii. 295. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 26 April 1881. L.G. 2010. 

SHELLAND (Shellonde) v. sub Buxhall, &c., Cropley (Thos.), Haugh- 
ley, &c., Hawstead, &c. 

SHELLAND MANOR. Grant of, 1389. Add. Ch. 7906. 

. Henry Earl of Essex. I.P.M., 1 Rich. III. 31. 

, Letter of Hy. Earl of Essex touch. 1538. S.P., App. 10. 

SHELLAND MANOR v. sub Bildeston, &c., Buxhall, Drinkstone Manor, &c., 
Nacton, Nacton Manor. 



Skdley. 421 

SHELLAND CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19106. E.A. viii. 18. 
Epitaphs in. Add. 21032. Plate. S.I. ix. 223. 

SHELLAND and ELMSWELL. Pardon to Wm. son of Dionysia de Borle 
of his outlawry for non-appearance before justices at suit of Robt. 
Bardolf to render account for time that he was latter's bailiff in, 
on condition that he answer if impleaded. Pat. Rolls, 29 Edw. I. 28. 

SHELLAND, NORTON and ERESWELL. Robert de Scales died seised 
of a fourth part of a 20th pt. of a knight's fee in Shellond which 
the heirs of Robert Belet had, a moiety of 1 knight's fee in Norton 
juxta Fakenham which Edmund de Lexham had, the 4th pt. of 2 
knights' fees in Ereswell which Robert de Todenham parson of 
Ch. of Ereswell had. Order to take into King's hands if not already 
done. O., 6 Edw. III. B. 

SHELLAND and ONEHOTTSE. John Wage v. Thos. Harryson, Dorothy 
his wife and another. C.P. ser. ii. B. cxci. 49. 

SHELLEY (Shalley, Shellay, Shellee, Shellegh, Shelleigh, Shelleye, 
Shelly). 

, Shelley Hall in. 14 Rep. pt. vi. N.S. i. 413. Visited by Suffolk 

Institute (1888). S.I. vi. 322. Farms in. 76. Kerridge family of 
Shelley Hall. E.A. vi. 89, viii. 368. Samuel Kerridge of. 14 
Rep. Hist. Com. pt. vi. 413. Clement Martin of. /&. 414. Part- 
ridge family of. E.A. vii. 12. Extracts from Registers relating to 
Partridge family of. E.A. ix. 90, 142-145, 238-240. MSS. 
Collections for History of, complied by and penes Charles Partridge 
M.A., F.R.G.S. Stowmarket. 

, View of frankpledge of, in hands of Robert de Tatishal. H.R. ii. 

190. 

, Messuages and land in, Rich, de Chamberleine. I.Q.D., 17 

Edw. II. 95. 

, Free warren in, William Giffard. Chart. Rolls. 15 Edw. II. 29, 

, Land in, Alice wife of Rich, le Chaumberlayn. I.P.M., 15 

Edw. III. 3. 

, Pardon of outlawry to Wm. London of. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. IV. 

pt. i. 25. 

, Ministers' accounts of lands of Duchy of Lancaster in, 7 to 8 

Edw. IV. Bundle 323, No. 5274. 

, Grant to Wolsey's Colleges of lands in. S.P., 17 Hen. VIII. 1833 

(3). 

, Grant to Cardinal Wolsey of all messuages, lands, &c., in, in 

King's hands, 1528. S.P., 20 Hen. VIII. 4473. 



422 Shelley. 

, Marriage settlement of Philip Tylney of, on Anne his wife 1561. 

Eger. 2713. 
, Edm. Tilney, master of the revels, 3rd son of Thos. Tilney of,. 

died 1610. D.N.B. Ivi. 399. 
. Transferred to the Hadleigh County Court 29 Dec. 1848. 

L.G. 4705. 
. School Board formed compulsorily 8 March 1878. L.G. 

1886 ; Bye-laws made 4 Jan. 1879. L.G. 169. Bye-laws by the 

Education Department 8 April 1881. L.G. 1729. 
SHELLEY v. sub Clare (Gilbert de), Higham, &c., Raydon in Samford 

Hund., Stoke Nayland, &c., Wenham Combusta Manor. 
SHELLEY MANOR or Shelley Hall Manor. Sir John Jermyn to shew 

title to keep Court Lete and view of frankpledge in. M. Mich* 

Rec. Rot. 45. 

. Robert de Tateshale. I.P.M., 1 Edw. I. 4. 

. Extent. John de Dribi. Ib. 8 Edw. III. 32. 

, Licence for Adam de Clifton to grant to his son Constantino, 

Katharine his wife, dau. of William de la Pole and the heirs of their 

bodies, with reversion to Adam and his heirs, a third part of, said 

to be held in chief. Pat. Rolls, 14 Edw. III. pt. ii. 33. 
. Katherine wife of Constantine de Clifton. I.P.M., 37 Edw. IIL 

17. 
, Falsely noising, to be entailed. Nic. Peke v. John Twyer and 

Alice his wife. E.C.P., 8 Hen. IV. 35 Hen. VI. 16, 245. 
. Edward Cornwallis d. 3 Sept. 1510 and William his brother 

and heir. I.P.M., 2 Hen. VIII. 
, Held of the Priory of Butley. Sir Philip Tylney d. 8 January 

1532 and Thomas son and heir. Ib. 26 Hen. VIII. 66. 
, Post nuptial Settlement of, by Philip Tylney on Anne his wife 

sister of Charles Framlingham of Debenham 9 Oct. 1561. 10 Rep. 

Hist. Com. pt. iii. 4. 

SHELLEY MANOR v. sub Lavenham Manor, &c. 
SHELLEY CHURCH. Rectory of. 14 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. vi. N.S. 

i. 413. Names on gravestones. E.A. vi. 205. Monuments in. 

Add. 19104, 19105. Tomb of Dame Margaret Tylney. S.I. vi. 

321. Plate. S.I. ix. 197. Visited by Suffolk Institute (1883). 

S.I. vi. 321. 

. Desecration by Dowsing 1643. S.I. vi. 253. 

. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 5216. 



Sherewynd. 423 

SHSLLEY, POLSTEAD, BOXFORD, KERSEY and HADLEIGH. Meetings 
of Suff. Institute, 1883. S.I. v. 325. 

SHEUEY family. Arms. Harl. 1137, 1432. Pedigree. Add. 
19148. 

. Grant of lands in Suffolk to William and John Shelley 32 Hen. 

VIII. <2 Pars O. Rot. 75. 

SHELLS (Marine) in Suffolk. Baudsey Ferry, Gen. Mag. vol. 58 p. 321. 
Catalogue of the land and freshwater, hitherto found. S.I. vii. 275. 

SHELTON v. Chilton. 

SHELTON family. S.I. v. 256. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 195. 
Pedigree. Add. 19148, and Arms. Harl. 1449, 1484 ; Arms and 
quarterings. Tanner cclvii. 177. Robert son of John de Shelton 
and Nicholas de Shelton mentioned. Close Rolls. 19 Edw. II. 
15d. Inquis. p.m. on Sir Radulph Shelton. 13-14 Hen. VII. 
D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 121. Grant of lands in Suff. to John Shelton. 
30 Hen. VIII. O. Rot. 35. Inquis. p.m. on Ralph Shelton 
Eschmtor for Suff. 1556. Stowe Ch. 402. Claim by Crown on 
Radclph Shelton and his wife for forfeiture of lands in Suff. 15 
Eliz. M. Mich. Rec. Rot. 65. Draft of an Act to enable the sale of 
several lands for the payment of the debts and legacies of Maurice 
Shelton and for settling other lands instead of them. 16 Dec. 1691. 
13 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. v. 450. Henry Shelton, 6 W. and M. at Harles- 
ton. Exch. dep. Authorization of Sir Edmond Bacon and others 
by Maurice Shelton to appoint an attorney to sue John Powell for 
money due on joint stock of South Sea Annuities 1744. 13 Rep. 
Hist. Com. pt. iv. 414. 

SHENE. Pedigree. Add. 19148. 

SHEPHEARD family. Pedigree. Add. 19148 of Exning. E.A. (N.S.) 
ii. 287. Act to vest estates in Suff. of Samuel Shepheard in trustees 
for sale 16 Geo. III. c. 102. 

SHEPMED at. Shepmedwe v. Shipmeadow. 

SHEPPARD of Ash of Mendlesham of Wetheringsett. Pedigrees. 
Add. 19148. 

SHEPPARD (W.) Ipswich. In a Sermon to Young People Preached at 
Ipswich 1722. Lond. Discourse with Remarks on abstract of 
Ipswich Journal 1722-3. 

SHERDLOWES v. Shardelowes. 

SHEREWYND (Thomas) and PETER DE BRADEFELD acknowledge that 
they owe Alexander Talyfer 4. 9. to be levied in default on their lands 
in Norf. and Suff. Close Rolls, 12 Edw. II. 23d. 



424 Sheriffs. 

SHERIFFS of Suffolk. 

N.B. The Names from the various records are not given, as 'iste 
are readily obtainable from several printed publications. 
. E.A. i. 339. Arms of. Ib. 322. Office of, the anticipation. 

E.A. (N.S.) ii. 78. Charter of exemption from office of. S.I. i. 140. 
, Agreement between John Clench High Sheriff and Lionel Cooke 

his under sheriff. Harl. 97. 
, Writ of Pandulph, Elect of Norwich, Papal Legate prohibiting 

to, making any collections or exactions from Robert Fitz Walter 

a crusader [? 1219]. D.K.R. 4. App. ii. p. 163. 
, Mandate to men of Suff. to aid Sheriff for arrest of robbers. 

Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. I. 14. 
, Letters of Edw. I. to, of Suff. 9 Edw. I [In Index Edw. III.]. 

Tanner ccc. ccxcvii. 7. 
, All the prisoners of Scotland and Flanders in custody cf Earl 

of Norfolk to be received by, and taken to the Tower. Close Rolls, 

15 Edw. II. 26. 
, Order to, to arrest Templars and send in custody to London. 

Ib. 3 Edw. II. 2U. 
, Order not to levy further money for Scotch war. Ib. 4 Edw. II. 

I2d. 
, Order to, of Suff. to levy money and provisions for aid in Scotch 

war. Ib. 4 Edw. II. 14. 

. Order to buy fish of the King's household. Ib. 7 Edw. II. 25, 9. 

. Order to pay wages to William de Balliolo. 76. 7 Edw. II. 13. 

. Order for 1,000 quarters of oats to be delivered to the clerk of 

the marshalsea. Ib. 11 Edw. II. 15. 
. Order to the King's lardener 40 to supply fish to King's 

household. Ib. 12 Edw. II. 25. 
. Order to arrest goods of merchants of the King of France to 

value of 333. 6. 8. 76.15,11. 
. Ditto of Count of Flanders. 76. 13 Edw. II. 15, 12, 11, 10, 22, 

29. 
. Order to, forbidding any to tourney, &c., without licence. 

76. 13 Edw. II. 16. 
, Order to, to pay Thomas de Eggefeld 2. a day. 76. 15 Edw. 

II. 15. 
. Order not to levy anything on the villeins of John bp. of 

Norwich. 76. 10. 
. Order to collect 500 men. 76. lid. 



Sheriffs. 425 

. Order to certify as *o lands of Thomas Earl of Lancaster taken 

into hands of King. Ib. 15 Edw. II. 13d. 
. Order to take into King's hands all estates of Elizabeth late 

wife of Roger Damory, the King's niece. 76. 16 Edw. II. 16. 
. To proclaim truce with Flanders. Ib. 16 Edw. II. lOrf. 
. Orders as to victuals for Scotch war. 76. 16 Edw. II. id. 
. Order as to subsidy. Ib. Id. 

. Writ to, to summon collectors of a xvith, 1326. R.P. i. 4526. 
. Pardon to John Haward of monies due on his account when. 

Pat. Rolls, 4 Edw. III. pt. i. 7. 

. Re-disseisin proved before 1324. R.P. i. 4286. 
. Precept writ sur le case obtained by Bp. of Norwich against, for 

not issuing certain precepts, 1328. R.P. ii. 28. 
. Bailiffs-errant to be appointed and removed by, 1335. R.P. ii. 

93. 
, Prays to be discharged of issues of certain places granted to 

Queen Anne, 1347. R.P. ii. 2116. 
, Prayer that William de Middleton may be continued as, t. 

Edw. III. R.P. ii. 3966. 
, Writ to, to restore certain forfeited estates t. Edw. III. R.P. ii. 

420, 421, 422. 
. Charged with 4. 6. 3. for view of frankpledge in part of fee 

farm account, 1385. R.P. iii. 2116. 

, Annuity to be paid by, 1385. R.P. iii, 207. 
, Keep Norwich Castle and allowed 20, 1385. R.P. iii. 2116. 
. Petition for allowance on fee farm accounts, 1393-4. R.P. iii. 

322. 

, Petition for the discharge of the account of, 1406. R.P. iii. 592. 
, Council authorised to mitigate overcharge of, 1407. Ib. 6 14. 

, Allowance to be made to, 1411. R.P. iii. 6496. 
, Commons pray that, may be allowed to account on .oath for 



what he cannot levy, 1413. R.P. iv. 116. 

, Act confirming the exchange of a certain rent-charge to be paid 

by, 1477. R.P. vi. 171. 
, Writs to, enjoining cessation of hostilities, 1483-4. D.K.R. 9. 

App. ii. p. 75. 

, Warrant to, to arrest Thomas Hansard, 1484-5. Ib. pp. 110, 111. 

, Writ to, as to publishing proclamation as to oath by seamen, 

1484-5. 76. p. 111. 
. Ditto of, to penalties for manufacture of cloth. 76. 



426 Sheriffs. 

. As to commercial intercourse with Flanders, &c. Ib. p. 124. 

. Writ to, to proclaim truce, 1484-5. Ib. p. 141. 

. 1 Hen. VII. to 1660. D.K.R. 20. App. p. 72 : t. Mary 8 

Rep. Hist. Com. 2776 : 17 Eliz. to 1660. D.K.R. 20. App. p. 73 : 

Edw. I. to Hen. VI. Ib. p. 134. 
. Writ under Privy Seal to Ralph Schelton, knt. and John 

Paston by way of reward, 3 Hen. VII. to Robt. Lovell 4 Hen. VII. 
. Papers relating to office t. Hen. VIII. and Edw. VI. Stowe 

MSS. 152, ff. 7-10. 
, Letter to Mr. Sulyard to apprehend one Andrewe Revet, and to 

see goods of Revet and Wm. Bigott in safety, &c., 1555-6. Acts of 

P.C. 235. 
, Letter to Mr. Seliard, to take order that no kind of grain or 

victuals pass out of Suff. 1555. Acts of P.C. 198. 
, Letter to Sir John Shelton, touch, deportation of gipsies, 1555. 

Acts of P.C. 185. 1555-6. Ib. 231. 
, Letter to Mr. Suliard, touch, a notable highwayman, 1556, 

Acts of P.C. 264. 
, Letter to Mr. Suliarde touch, arrests, 1556. Acts of P.C. 261. 

, Letter to Sir Hy. Doyle, 1558. Acts of P.C. 314. 

, Letter to Sir Owen Hopton, 1564-5. Acts of P.C. 201. 
, Letter to Lyonell Tammage, touch. Spanish claims, 1566. Acts 

of P.C. 319. 
, Warrant to acquit persons bound 35 Eliz. for appearance of 

Lionel Tollemache, to yield true account of issues of Sheriffwick. 

1594. S.P. 489. 
, Mandate from Jac. I. to sir Will. Wentworth, kt., to deliver 

the rolls, &c., of office to sir Hen. Northe, kt., 17 James I. Bodl. 

Suff. Ch. 1225. 

. List of those suggested for Suff. 1628. S.P. 52. 

, Receipts for ship money, 1636. S.P. 81 : 1636-7. S.P. 363, 

428, 457 : 1637. S.P. 128, 413, 475. 
, Sir Philip Parker not able to travel on account of sickness, 1637. 

S.P. 401, 408. 
, Certificate of Edw. Duke, of returns of defaulters to ship money 

for 1637, 1638. S.P. 64. 
, Agreement between Sir Simon D'Ewes and Tallemach Choppine 

as to office of under sheriff, which was to be conferred on John 

Choppine brother to Tallemach, 1639. Karl. 49, 99. 
. Petition of Sir Symonds D'Ewes, 1640. S.P. 269, 274. 



Shimpling. 427 

. Petition of John Clench, late, 1640. S.P. 368. 

. Certain queries as to elections, 1640. Cambridge Mm. vi. 62 

(2521). 

, Wm. Chiffinch to Lord Arlington to strike out Mr. Clarke and 

put in John Blackaby third in the list of, for Suffolk, 1668. S.P. 50. 

, Licence to Geoff. Rowland, to reside in Surrey on account of 

his great age, 76, 1668. S.P. 178. 

, Dispensation for Sir Robert Dycer High, of Suff. to live in 

Hertfordshire, 1670. S.P. 71. 

, Ld. Chief Justice North' s argument in case between Sir Wm. Soames 

sheriff of Suff. and Sir Sam. Barnardiston. S.P., 1 W. and M. 376. 

, Warrant to pay to Tobias Bloss, disbursements as, 1730. T. B 

and P. 555 to Sir Thos. Allen. Ib. 569, 603. 

, Rewards paid to Nath. Acton for arrest of felons as, 1731. T. B. 

and P. 167, 186. 1732. Ib. 339 to Geo. Doswood. Ib. 322 
to Alex. Bence 1733. Ib. 4821734. Ib. 660 to John Eldred 
1735. Ib. 113 to John Reynolds. Ib. 113, 244, 260 to 
John Corrance 1736-7. Ib. 4021737. Ib. 430 to Reginald 
Rabett 1737. Ib. 418, 447 to Sir Wm. Barker 1738. Ib. 604 
to under sheriff 1770. Add. 31043. 

. Correspondence and papers relating to the expenses of sheriffs 

of Suffolk, 1794-1806. Add. 27623. 

SHERIFFS and SHERINGTON. Pedigrees. Add. 19148. 

SHERMAN. Pedigrees. Harl. 1449, 1560 of Ipswich. Tanner clxxx. 
22. Arms. Ib. cclvii. 201 of Melton and Ipswich of Yaxley, 
&c. Pedigrees. Add. 19148. Protection to William Sherman, 
1435-6. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 307. Arms granted to William 
Sherman 1588. Add. 5524. 

SHIELDS of the Trinity, &c., in Suff. Churches. B.A.A. i. 339. 

SHIMPLING (Chymplyng, Schimplinge, Schimplyngge, Schyniplyng, 
Schymplyngg, Schymplyngge, Scrimpling, Shimplengg, Shimplingg, 
Shipley, Shipling, Shympling, Shymplinge, Shymplingge, Shymp- 
lyng, Shymplynge, Shymplyngge, Simpleing, Simpling, Simplinga, 
Simplinge, Sympling, Symplyng). 

, 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ii. 101. Commission as to wood in. 

Harl. 304. Prophecy found at. N. and Q., 3rd ser. xii. 479. 

. Lands of Ralph Bainard. Ailith a freewoman held 6 carucates 

and a half as a manor under K.E. 17a. meadow. A church living 
with 60a. and a. meadow, and a freeman held 30a. IJa. meadow. 
Dom. 4156. 



428 Shimpling. 

. Lands of the Counters Albamarle. Uluric K.E.'s thane held 5 

carucates as a manor. Now the Countess holds lOa. meadow. A 

church living with 30a. And 5 freemen in K.E.'s time held a carucate. 

2a. meadow. Dom. 4306. 
, Chadacre (Chardacre, Scerdacra) Manor in. Lands of the 

Countess Albamarle. Uluric K.E.'s thane in K.E.'s time held 1 

carucate as a manor. 3a. meadow. Dom. 4306. 
, Grants, &c., in /. Hen. II. Harl. 50, 1330: 1295. Stowe Ch. 

252 : 1316. Harl. 47 E. 7 : 1318. Harl. 54 C. 27 : 1351. Harl. 

51 A. 37 : 1364. Cott. xii. 45. Harl. 53 C. 45 : 1367. Harl. 53 

C. 32, 33: 1371. Harl. 51 D. 12 : 1375. Harl. 51 : 1375. 

Harl. 50 H. 30 : 1381. Harl. 53 C. 34 : 1382. Harl. 48 D. 34 : 

1407. Harl. 48 D. 12, 54 A. 22 : 1421. Harl. 48 D. 15 : 1517. 

Add. Ch. 10543: 1542. Add. Ch. 10545, 10546 : 1583. Harl. 

57 H. 18 : 1634. Harl. 45 G. 7. 
, Thomas son of William and William Fauvel had a fee in. T. de 

N. 284. 
, Roger son of Galfridus had land in. T. de N. 284. 



, Ilgerus son of Thomas and William Fauvel held a fee in, of 

Walter son of Robert and he of the King. T. de N. 292. 
, Grant by Andrew son of William and Matilda his wife, to William 

de Valencia, the King's brother, of land in Manor of Bentewelle 

called ' Le Hide ' adjoining the town of. Hen. [III.] A. 3850. 
, Robert son of Walter has gallows and warren in. H.R. ii. 143, 

153. 

, Ralph de Cogeshale of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 22 Edw. I. 11. 

, Grant by Nicholas Baldewine, to Sir William de Valanche, 

Earl of Pembroke, of the rents of two tenants payable for land they 

hold in, 23 Edw. I. A. 3360. 
, Grant from John ' camerarius ' of, to Rich, de Kentewell 

' clericus ' and Alice his wife of land in, 23 Edw. I. Stowe Ch. 

252. 
, Free warren in Chadacre in, William de la Lee. Chart. Rolls, 

31 Edw. I. 8, 18. 
, Grant to King's kinsman Robert son of Walter, tenant in chief, 

and if he leave him a minor his executors may hold the custody of 

his manor of. Pat. Rolls, 31 Edw. I. 14. 35 Edw. I. 10. 
, Licence for Robert son of Walter to grant for life to Adam de 

Waldingfeld part of his park of, called ' Genteshyrn ' which is held 

in chief and for latter to enclose it. 76. 34 Edw. I. 37. 



Skimpling. 429 

, 40 acres in park there called Gentesherne. Robart son of 

Walter. I.P.M., 34 Edw. I. SOa. 
, Licence to Adam de Waldingfeld to enter a certain part of 

a wood in. O., 34 Edw. I. Ri. 7. 
, Commission on complaint of Robert Fitz Walter that Adam de 

Waldingfeld felled trees and fished in his ponds at. Pat. Rolls, 

1 Edw. II. pt. i. 13d. 

, Commission touch, persons who killed Agnes late wife of Edmund 

son of Ralph de Shymplyng at. Ib. 1 Edw. II. pt. i. 13d!. Id. 

, Letters to bail Peter Cole of, in prison at Bury for death of 

Peter de Langemere. Close Rolls, 9 Edw. II. 12. 

, Order to deliver to Joan late wife of Robert le fitz Wautier in 

dower a moiety of a fee in, held by Stephen de Sidolfismere of the 
yearly value of 10s., and a moiety of another fee in, which John de 
Luton and John Tristrem held of the yearly value of 40s. Ib. 2 
Edw. III. 7. 

, Land in, and half a fee 10s. in, Robt. son of Waiter. I.P.M., 

2 Edw. III. 59. 

, Henry Hunt of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 8 Rich. II. pt. ii. 

39. 

, Messuage in, Wm. Spenser and Robt. Clopton v. John Beverech. 

E.C.P., 6 Hen. IV.-2 Hen. VI. 4, 96. 

, 14 acres of land in, parcel of manor of Giffard. John Harleston. 

I.P.M., 36 Hen. VI. 13. 

, Revelles in, Robt. Harleston. Ib. 15 Edw. IV. 49. 

, Robert Harlyston of, declared a traitor by Edw. IV. 1475. 

R.P. vi. 1446. 

, Grant to Wm. Stanley, and the heirs male of his body of a 

messuage called ' Chardakerhall ' and a tenement annexed to it 
called ' Reules ' in, a tenement called ' Gyffardes ' in Stande and 
Boxstedes, two tenements called ' Cokes ' and ' Valauntes ' in 
Hertest, and a tenement called ' Boxstedes ' in Boxstedes, &c. Pat. 
Rolls, 15 Edw. IV. pt, iii. 16. 

, Robert Harlyston restored in blood and estate by 1 Hen. VII. 

1485. R.P. vi. 2816. 

1 Will of John Barrell of, 1516. Add. Ch. 10542. 

, Chadacre Manor in, Moiety. Richard Fitz Lewes d. 12 July 

1529 and Ela wife of John Mordaunt next heir, viz., dau. of John 
fitz Lewes son of Alice and Richd. I.P.M., 21 Hen. VIII. 122. 

, Precipe on a covenant cone, land in, 1593. Add. Ch. 25481. 



430 Shimpling. 

, John Aldred and Alice his wife v. Wm. Archer and others, touch. 

Shimpling Hall, and estate of Tho. Martyn, deceased in. C.P., 

ser. ii. B. ii. 40. 
, Geo. Archer v. Geo. Howe and Margery his wife, touch, residue 

of estate of Wm. Archer late of. Ib. ii. 142. 

. Charity. 15 Chas. I. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 17, No. 20. 

. Transferred to the Eye County Court District 7 Dec. 1858. 

L.G. 5345. 
. Included in the Lavenham Highway District 20 March 1863. 

L.G. 1620. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1720. 

SHIMPLING t. sub Assington, &c., Fakenham, &c., Melford, &c., Stan- 
stead. 

, Chadacre Manor in, v. sub Lavenham, &c. 

SHIMPLING MANOR. Inquisition p.m. at Henhow respecting. Lansd. 

229, 112. 
, Robert son of Walter held, in chief of the King and it pertained 

to the barony of Castle Baynard. H.R. ii. 142, 150. 

. Robert son of Walter. I.P.M., 34 Edw. I. 80a. 

, Grant that in case of the death of Robt. son of Walter, ten. in 

chief, his executors shall have custody of, for 4 years, notwith- 
standing his heir may be a minor. Pat. Rolls, 7 Edw. II. pt. i. 13. 
, Licence to Robert son of Walter to alienate. I.Q.D., 9 Edw. II. 

181. 

. Extent. Robert le Fitzwauter sen. I.P.M. 19 Edw. II. 99. 

, Order to deliver to Joan late wife of Robert le fitz Wautier 

tenant in chief, assigned hi dower of the yearly value of 33. 7. 0<Z. 

Close Rolls, 2 Edw. III. 19. 
, 35. for service to guardianship of Baynard Castle, Joan Lady 

de Egremond wife of John Fitzwauter one of the daurs. and heirs 

of John de Multon. I.P.M., 37 Edw. III. 26. 
, Grant to Philippa late wife of Sir Walter Fitz Wauter of, in 

dower. Pat. Rolls, 10 Rich. II. pt. ii. 18. 
, Walter Lord Fitzwalter to shew for what services he holds, 

6 Hen. IV. M. Mich. Rec. Rot. 1. 
, Livery of, to Elizabeth wid. of Walter lord de Fitz- Wautier 

1431-2. D.K.P. 48. App. p. 287. 
. Extent as parcel of barony of Fitz Wauter Phillippa Duch. of 

York late wife of Sir Walter Fitz Wauter and the sd. Walter. I.P.M., 

10 Hen. VI. 45. 



Shimpling. 431 

, Appointment of a bailiff of, 1438. Harl. 48 F. 24. 

, Parcel of barony of Fitz-Wauter. Eliz. wife of Sir Walter 

Fitz-Wauter. I.P.M., 4 Edw. IV. 37. 

, Grant of, 1470. Harl. 50 C. 13. 
. Wm. Marshall and another v. Eliz. Boston and another. C.P., 

ser. ii. B. cxxvii. 12. 

SHIMPLING MANOR t>. sub Moulton Manor. 
SHIMPLING (atte Thorn) MANOR and CHURCH. Extent as parcel of 

Barony of Fitz Wauter. Sir Walter late Lord of Fitz Wauter. 

I.P.M., 10 Hen. VI. 46. 
SHIMPLING and THTTRSTANTON MANORS. Extent. Walt. Fitz Wauter 

and Philippa his wife. 76. 10 Rich. II. 15. 
, Licence for John Dynham, Eliz. late the wife of John Ratte- 

clyff, to grant to Rich. Illyngworth, John Lay and Tho. Ursewyk, 

held in chief, and for these to re-grant to the said John and Eliz. 

and her heirs. Pat. Rolls, 7 Edw. IV. pt. i. 17. 
SHIMPLING PARK. Grant to John Taylor of, for 21 yrs. 1616. S.P. 

414. 
, Leases of tenements and manorial rights of, granted by Queen 

to Wm. Crofts, 1640-41. S.P. 489. Further lease to same, 1645. 

S.P. 378. 

. Parliamentary Survey, 1650. D.K.R. 8. App. ii. p. 67. 
, Assignment of life interest of Q. Catharine of Braganza in, 1680. 

Harl. Ill H. 11. 

, Abst. of deed relating to, 1681. Add. 34741. 

SHIMPLING CHURCH. Notes on. Add. 5829. Arms. N. and Q., 

3rd ser. vi. 252. Monuments in. Add. 19077, 19078. Plate. 

S.I. ix. 32. 
, Adam de Waldyngefeld parson of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 33 

Edw. I. pt. i. 13. 
, Order to deliver to Joan late wife of Robert le fitz- Wautier 

tenant in chief, of the yearly value of 10 assigned in dower. Close 

Rolls, 2 Edw. III. 7. 

. Persona. Joh. de Willingham 1351. Harl. 51 A. 37. 

, Richard Upston parson of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 4 Rich. II. 

pt. ii. 19. 7 Rich. II. pt. ii. 11. 

, Petition of John Wills as to securing the tithes and other profits 

of the Living 1660. 7 Rep. Hist. Com. 108. 

. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. 

L.G. 859. 



432 Shimpling. 

SHIMPLING and ALPHETON. Tenement called ' Rowheddes ' al. 

'Trystrams' in, held of Lord John Fitz Water as of manor of Shymp- 

ling by fealty and 3*. rent. Trustees seised to use of Thomas 

Spryng who d. 28 Sept. 2 Hen. VII. and Thomas Spryng aged 30 

his son and heir. Inquisition. 3 Hen. VII. 234. 
SHIMPLING, STANSTEDE and BOXSTEDE, tenements in, called Chadaker- 

hall, Reveles and Gyffardes. Robt. Harleston. I.P.M., 15 Edw. IV. 

49. 
SHIMPLYNGFORD (John de) acknowledges that he owes Henry, Bp. of 

Line. 200 to be levied in default on his lands in Suffolk. 8 

Edw. III. 12d. 

SHINGLETON of Mendlesham. Arms. Harl. 1449. 
SHEPMEADOVV (Schipmedwe, Scipmedu, Scipmetdua, Schymedwe, 

Shepmed, Shepmedwe, Shipemede, Shipmedewe. Shipmedwe, 

Shippmedowe, Swipmedwe). 

. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 459, 461. 

. Land of Earl Hugh. 3 freemen held loa. Dom. 301. 

. Land of Roger Bigot. A freeman in K.E.'s time held lOa. and 

la. meadow, which Godwin holds of Bigot. Dom. 3356. 
, Rich, de Caen v. Walter de Rudham (Rudesham) touch, a tene- 
ment in. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 18d. 
, Grant from Flixton Priory to Adam de Walpol of a free chantry 

in his chapel within his manor in, 1292. Stowe Ch. 380. 
, Free warren in, Walter de Norwico. Chart. Rolls, 5 Edw. II. 44. 

John de Norwich. Ib. 31 Edw. III. 2. 

, Land in, John de Norwich. I.P.M., 36 Edw. III. 9. 

, Grants, &c., in, 1375. Harl. 53 E. 45. 1396. Harl. 48 I. 39. 

1403. Cott. xxvii. 162. 1422. Harl. 50 F. 36. 

, Acquittance for homage in, 1404. Harl. 54 A. 1. 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1458-1477. Joan Herde 

fol. 23. Robert Ponyerd fol. 129. William Stebyard fol. 64. 

, Rental and terrier of lands in, 1491, 1461. Stowe 934. 

. Court of Wards and Liveries. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. p. 56. 

, Bailiffs of. S.P., 22 Hen. VIII. 165. 
. Thos. Herde v. Greg. Odyerne and another. C.P., ser. ii. B. 

xci. 72. 
, A piece of land in, for scholastic purposes. Trust Deed. 1853, 

11,9. 
, A piece of land at, for the ' Norfolk and Suffolk Female 

Penitentiary.' Trust Deed. 1856, 28, 12. 



Ships. 433 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 10 Dec. 1880. L.G. 6673. 

SHIPMEADOW v. sub Ilketshall, &c., Mettingham, &c. 

SHIPMEADOW MANOR. Walter de Norwich. I.P.M., 3 Edw. III. 68. 

John de Norwich. Ib. 36 Edw. III. 9. pt. ii. 6.; Margaret wife of 

John de Norwich. Ib. 40 Edw. III. 28. John de Norwich. 76. 

48 Edw. III. 52. 
, Sir Anthony Denny d. 5 Sept. 1549 and Henry son and heir. 

Ib. 4 Edw. VI. 105. 
. Survey made by John Hille for Sir Nich. Bacon, 1562. Add. 

14850. 
SHIPMEADOW CHURCH. Ruinous. E.A. i. 341. Monuments in. 

Add. 19111, 19112. Plate. S.I. viii. 329. 

. Rector. Joh. de Redenhale 1313. Harl. 83 E. 34. 

, Protection for one year to John de Percebrigg parson of. Pat. 

Rolls, 5 Edw. III. pt. ii. 13 ; 6 Edw. III. pt. ii. 11 ; 7 Edw. III. 

pt. ii. 19. 
, Presentation of John le Scarle to a moiety of. Ib. 9 Edw. III. 

pt. ii. 11. 
, Presentation of John Calabre parson of, to Felstede on exchange 

with Geoffrey Bate. Ib. 18 Edw. III. pt. i. 22. 
. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 5216. 
SHIPMEADOW and BAESHAM. Claim by Robert Pecke and Genar his 

wife and George Leame to land in, held of manor of Barsham by 

Simon West and Elizabeth his wife who surrendered to divers uses. 

C.P. ii. 340. 
SHIPMEADOW, BECCLES, BARSHAM, ILKETSHALL and METINGHAM. 

One messuage, 160 acres of land, 6 of meadow, and 13 of pasture. 

John Plays and others for 8 chaplains in chantry of Raveningham. 

I.P.M., 5 Rich. II. 88. 
SHIPPING. Petition touching, from Yarmouth and Dunwich, 1321-2. 

R.P. i. 414. 
SHIP MONEY. Papers relating to rating, levying and paying of, in 

Suffolk. Harl. 365. 
, List by Nicholas of, on writs of 1635 from Suff., &c., with sums 

contributed in principal towns, 1636 ? S.P., Addenda 544. 

v. also Sheriffs. 

SHIPS. Certificate of number of, in ports of Suff. 14 Edw. III. D.K.R., 

2. App. ii. p. 65. 

v. also Dunwich, Ipswich, Orford and others ports. 

ci 



434 Shirle. 

SHIRLE (James son of Ralph de) acknowledges that he owes Henry de 
Segrave 64 to be levied in default on his lands in Suff. Close Rolls, 
7 Edw. II. \5d. 

SHIRLEY. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 

SHOALS. Chart marking the, &c., on the Suffolk Coast. Rawl. A. 192. 
SHOLAKD v. Shelland. 
SHORE. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 
SHORELAND family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 196. Pedigree. 

Add. 19149. 

SHORT of Boulge and SHORTING. Pedigrees. Add. 19149. 
SHOTFORD. Land in, Oliver de Ingham. Fees. I.P.M., 18 Edw. III. 49. 
SHOTFORD v. sub Fressingfield, &c. 
SHOTFORD HEATH. Thomas Gandie v. Thomas Weche as to a warren 

in. Star C.P., Hen. VIII. Bundle 26, 274. 

SHOTLEY (Sceueleia, Scoteleia, Scottuna, Shotle, Shotlye, Shottele, 
Shotteley, Shotterly, Shottle, Shottley, Soteleg). 

, A view of ferry at. Add. 8986. Shortley Point. Arch. x. 358. 

Wills of Partridge family. N. and Q., 10th ser. iii. 2. 

. Land of the King. Earl Guert held 2J carucates and la. as 

a manor in K.E.'s time. 4a. meadow. To this manor in K.E.'s 
time belonged 210 socmen, now 119 and they have 22J carucates 
less 30a. and 24a. meadow. 2 churches with 62a. Dom. 287 & b. 

. Land of Richard son of Earl Oislebert. Celeolt held in K.E.'s 

time 60a. as a manor. Roger Bigot now holds it. Dom. 3946. 

. Land of Richard son of Earl Oislebert. Edmund a freeman 

held 60a. as a manor in K.E.'s time and la. meadow. Strangulf 
a freeman held 60a. as a manor in K.E.'s time. Turi a freeman 
held 60a. as a manor in K.E.'s time and 2 freemen Huna and Godric 
held 15a. in K.E.'s time. Dom. 395. 

, Alexander son of Richard held of, the King in capite by the 

service of a knight's fee. T. de N. 295. 

, Guy de Visdelieu claims warren, wreck of sea, view of frank- 
pledge and assize of bread and beer in. Q.W. 723. 

, Markets and fairs in, William Visdelieu. Chart. Rolls, 31 Edw. I. 

12. Free warren in. Ib. 7 Edw. II. 49. 

, Bailiffs' accounts of lands late of Walter Soterley in. 10 to 11 

Hen. IV. Ministers' accounts. Bundle 1003, No. 24. 

, Grant of a rent in Kirton (Kyrketon) in, 1429. Add. Ch. 9699. 

, Pardon of outlawry to Thomas Mossell of, ' gentilman.' Pat. 

Rolls, 7 Hen. VI. pt. i. 20. 



Shottisham. 435 



, Shotehall Manor in, Eliz. Wolverston. I.P.M., 7 Hen. V. 50. 

, Kirton Manor in, Edw. Stratton. I. P.M., 17 Edw. IV. 34. 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. William 

Blosse fol. 201. Robert Ponder fol. 18. 1458-1477. John Ale- 
good fol. 14. John Dowe fol. 341. John Pertrick fol. 129. Richard 
Pittman fol. 226. 

, General pardon to Margt. Bokenham the wife of John Bokenham 

late of, al. Margt. Fyn late of. Pat. Rolls, 15 Edw. IV. pt. iii. 6. 

, Conveyance, &c., in, 1537. Add. Ch. 9758. 1738. Add. Ch. 

9799. 

. Court of Wards and Liveries t. Eliz. and Chas. I. D.K.R. 6. 

App. ii. p. 2. 

, Pardon to Nath. Ford, sailor, of, for robbery, 1598. S.P. 65. 

, Action by Bury Abbey v. Edw. Gooding and others for quiet 

possession of the chantry of, with tenements called Hauslet, Stirpe, 
Houles, Crowes Tenements, and Cokes, situate in, and in Chelymp- 
ton al. Chelmson. C.P. i. 85. 

, Claim as heir by Thos. Fuller an infant against Stephen Fuller 
and another to 2 messuages in Kirketon in, late the estate of Adam 
Fuller pltf's grandfather. C.P. i. 303. 
, Will of Mary Felton of, 1602. E.A. (N.S.) iii. 281. 

, Letter of Attorney by the governors of school of Bury, authoris- 
ing Robt. Englyshe to deliver to John Stratton seisin of land and 
two tenements called ' Perryes ' and ' Faulcons ' in, 17 Jas. I. A. 
5329. 

. Schools. Bye- laws by the Education Department 8 April 

1881. L.G. 1730. 

SHOTLEY v. sub Brockford, Kirton, &c. 

SHOTLEY MANOR. Licence for William Visdelieu to alienate. Pat. 
Rolls, 4 Edw. II. 51. 

SHOTLEY CHURCH. Notes on. E.A. viii. 22. Monuments in. Add. 
19104, 19105. Inscriptions in. E.A. ix. 157. Plate. S.I. ix. 198. 

, Presentation of John Featly to, in King's gift, 1638. S.P. 195. 

SHOTLEY and BBOMESWELL CHURCHES. Master Rich. Lenebald parson 
of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 22 Edw. I. 6d. 

SHOTTESBBOK (John de). The King took fealty of William Vysdelon 
who married Rose daughter and heir of, deceased, as to land 
said John held of the King in chief. O., 25 Edw. I. 6. 

SHOTTISHAM (Scotesha', Scotesham, Shatesham, Shattesham, Shotes- 
ham, Shottesham). 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ii. 90. 



436 Shottisham. 



-- . Lands of Robert Malet. A freeman and a half with 7a. and a 
freeman Siric held 12a. and a. meadow, and 4 freemen in K.E.'s 
time held 32|a. Walter the crossbowman holds the land which 
Osmund a freeman held in K.E.'s time, viz., 44a. as a manor, 2a. 
meadow. A church with 13a. 12 freemen held 80a. and la. 
meadow. This also Walter the crossbowman holds of Malet. 
Dom. 318, 319, 324. 

- . Lands of St. Etheldreda. A freeman and a half held 7a. There 
is also another a. Dom. 387, 388. 

-- , Licence for alienation in frank almoin by William de Ros and 
Matilda his wife to Priory of Penteneye of an acre in, and advowson 
of Church of St. Mary. Pat. Rolls, 33 Edw. I. pt. ii. 24. 

- , Order to deliver to William de Maundevile land in, alienated by 
Thomas Talevace to said William and Margaret his daughter with- 
out licence, held of Honor of Eye. Close Rolls, 7 Edw. II. 5. 

- , Ranulph Sket of, acknowledges that he owes 20 to Sir John 
Sturmy. Ib. 16 Edw. II. 2d. 

-- , Robert Talvas of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 13 Edw. III. pt. ii. 
14d. 

- . Will of Arnold Ewin a resident of, proved at Ipswich 1458-1477. 
fol. 303. 

- , Talvas Manor in, Sir John Wingfeld. I.P.M., 21 Edw. IV. 59. 
-- , I.P.M. of Edward White of, 20-21 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. 



App. ii. p. 125. 

- . Muster. 17 names. 1539. S.P. 652, M. 21. 

- , I.P.M. of John Halley of, 7 Edw. VE.-l Mary. D.K.R. 10. 
App. ii. p. 130. 

- , Action by Geo. Brytwell and Robt. Margets v. Wm. Malster 
and Geo. Harvye cone, land held of Talvas Manor in. C.P. i. 
103. 

- , Thomas Wyllson, clerk, v. Humphrey Bedingfield and another. 



C.P., ser. ii. B. cxc. 83. 

. Primiti ve Methodist Chapel &c., at. Trust Deed. 1865,25,18. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1727. 

. Dissolution of Society of Brotherly Love, 1895. L.G. 5414. 

SHOTTISHAM v. sub Fakenham, &c., Hollesley, &c., Laxfield, &c.,. 

Sutton, &c. 

SHOTTISHAM HALL MANOR. 10th Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ii. 2. 
, Petition to Treasury from Jos. Kell of Woodbridge cone, his 

mortgage of. T. B. and P. 1740, 342. 



Siam. 437 

, Royal consent to release from Crown debt of, and lands, &c., 

mortgaged to Jos. Kell, by Francis Negus. T. B. and P. 1741, 

532. 
SHOTTISHAM MANOR and ADVOWSON. Extent. John de Vallibus. 

I.P.M., 16 Edw. I. 41. 
, Petition to Treasurer from Joseph Kell of Woodbridge mariner 

cone, his title to, purchased from Francis Negus. T. B. and P. 

1739, 87. 
SKOTTISHAM CHURCH. Ruinous. E.A. i. 340. View by E. A. B. 

Add. 8987. Names on gravestones in. E.A. vi. 233. Monu- 
ments in. Add. 19112. Inscription of Rose Glover (1620). Add. 

32484. Plate. S.I. ix. 301. 
, Master Rich, de Boylond parson of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 

22 Edw. I. 5d. 
, Letter of Edward Wharton vicar of, to Lloyd bp. of Norwich 

on some confession of crimes by one of his parishioners, 168f. 

Tanner xxviii. 374. 
. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 

5216. 
SHOTTISHAM, BAWDSEY, ALDERTON, RAMESHOLT and STITTON by 

SHOTTISHAM. Action by William de Maundeville against John 

Wymer and others touch, tenements in. Pat. Rolls, 11 Edw. 

II. pt. i. 34d. 
SHOTTISHAM, BAUDESEYE, RAMISHOLT and ALDIRTONE. Lands and 

houses in, held of Eye Honor. Margaret Talevatz. I.P.M., 8 

Edw. II. 44. 
SHOTTISHAM, SUTTON, BAWSDSEY, ALDERTON and RAMESHOLT. Order 

to take into King's hands lands of William de Maundevill in. 0., 7 

Edw. II. 12. 

SHREMBLOWNDIS MANOR (sic). Ric. Bothe. I.P.M., 17 Edw. IV. 22. 
SHIUBB. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 

SHRIBLAND al. Codmanston family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 196. 
SHRIMPLING and SHRIMPTON. Pedigrees. Add. 19149. 
SHRIPELANDE (?). Lease of the manor. Add. 6704. 
SHRIVE. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 
SHRUBLAND HALL MANOR v. sub Barham. 
SHUCKFORD, SHTTLDHAM of Melton, &c., and SHTJRLOK. Pedigrees. 

Add. 19149. 

SlADENEFELD V. Sub Stoven, &C. 

SIAM v. Sayham. 



438 Sibbs. 

SIBBS or Sibbes (Richd.) D.D. b. at Sudbury in 1577, d. 1685. Sermons. 
Load. 1631, 8vo. Loud. 1634, Svo. The Soul's Conflict. Lond. 1635, 
Svo. Lond. 1651. Two Sermons. Lond. 1636, 4to. A Sermon on 
1 Cor. vii. Lond. 1637, Svo. Lond. 1656, 4to. Four Sermons. Lond. 

1637, Svo. The Saint's Comfort. Lond. 1638. A Sermon. Lond. 

1638, Svo. Divine Meditations, &c. 1638, Svo. Sermon on 1 Tim. 
iii. 16. Lond. 1638, 4to. Light from Heaven. Lond. 1638, 4to. An 
Exposition of the 3rd Chapt. of Philippians. Lond. 1639, 4to. 
Two Sermons. Lond. 1639, Svo. XIX. Sermons. Lond. 1640, 4to. 
Bowels opened, etc. 1641, 4fo. A Consolatory Letter to an Afflicted 
Conscience. Lond. 1641, 4to. The Glorious Feasts. Lond. 1650, 
4to. Commentary of 2 Cor. 1655, fol. A Heavenly Conference. 
1656, 4to. A Miracle of Miracles. Lond. 1656, 4to. The Spiritual 
Man's Aim. Lond. 1656, 4to, Comm. on 2 Cor. iv. Discourse 
on John xx. 16, 17, and Sermon on Isa. vii. 14. Lond. 1656, 4to. 
Antidotum. Lond. 1657, Svo. The Bruised Reed. Many Editions. 
Works, 3 vols. Svo. 

SIBTON (Sibbetuna, Sibetone, Sibetun, Sibetuna, Sibetune, Sibetunia. 

Sipetone, Sybeton, Sybetun). 
. Barker family of. N. and Q., 8th ser. ii. 128. Edmund 

Barker of, admitted at Caius Coll. E.A. (N.S.) i. 157. 
. Lands of R. Malet. A freeman held 25a. in K.E.'s time as a 

manor. Now Walter de Caen holds of R. Malet. la. meadow and 

1 church, and 1 freeman held 1 carucate and 20a. as a manor, 4a. 

meadow, and 1 freeman held 25a. in K.E.'s time as a manor, la. 

meadow. This Walter de Caen holds of Malet. Edric held 16a. 

2a. meadow. Aluric held 60a. in K.E.'s time as a manor and la. 

meadow. This too Walter holds of Malet and 3 freemen and a half 

held 72a. la. meadow. 2 churches with 18a. and 3a. meadow. Dom. 

3126. Blackman in K.E.'s time, a freeman held 5a. as a manor la. 

meadow ; and 2 freemen held 32a. and a meadow. This Walter 

de Caen holds of R. Malet. Dom. 313. 
. Lands of E. Alan. A freeman Alwin held a carucate and 20a. 

as a manor. 6a. meadow. Dom. 2926. 
, Grant by Richd. son of Hamo de Sibetone to the monies of 

Ramburc, of two parts of all tithes of grain, lambs, wool, etc, in. A. 

3335. 
, Grant by John son of Oliver de Vallibus, to John le Maltistere 

of land in, and of Walter Burchard the grantor's bondsman, with 

all his land and issue, &c. B. 3330. 



Sibton. 439 

, Certificate of Hamo son of Nicholas de S. that he had done 

homage to Sibton Abbey for a tenement in. B. 3331. 
, Papal conf. of tithes in, to Horsham St. Frith Priory, 1163. 

Cott. Aug. ii. 136. 
, Confirm, of an exchange in, with Sibton Abbey late 12th cent. 

Harl. 84 A. 10. 
, Grants in, to Sibton Abbey late 12-early 13th cent. Harl. 

83 E. 40, 84 A. 20. 1336. Harl. 84 A. 21. 
, Writ to Sheriff to take into King's hands 18a. in, which Hamo 

de Sibeton claims against Geoffrey le Palmer, 1199. D.K.R. 4. 

App. ii. p. 141. 

, Grant in, t. Hen. III. Harl. 47 H. 42. 
, The Abbot of, claimed view of frankpledge and assize of bread 

and beer in. H.R. ii. 147. Q.W. 727. 
, The Abbot of, held 40 acres 5 meadow and 1 wood in, acquired 

of the fee of Rychem' n'd. Ib. 148. 

, The Abbot of Sibton held ' bortrem ' in. H.R. ii. 197. 

, Land in, John de Vallibus. I.P.M., 16 Edw. I. 41. 

, Land in, John de Nerford son of Thomas Nerford. Ib. 38 Edw. 

III. 31. 
, Presentment as to obstruction of the way to Sybetonehall, 10 

Rich. II. Arundel 221. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. Margaret 

Andrewe fol. 24. William Chambel fol. 28. Katherine Chamber 

fol. 103. John Gammere fol. 103. 1458-1477. Henry Breuson 

fol. 216. John Davy fol. 253. John Drewry fol. 89. Robert 

Drewry fol. 119. William Hammond fol. 211. William Hubbord 

fol. 217. 
, Wills of residents of, at Ipswich. Thomas Drewrye 1464 fol. 119. 

Agnes Snellyng 1493 fol. 158. Robert Stannard fol. 133. Robert 

Cooper 1483 fol. 27. Gilbert Marshull 1483 fol. 23. Robert Snellyng 

1490. Margaret Rabet 1497 fol. 225. Katheryne Barker 1511 

fol. 288. William Wykham 1512 fol. 313. S.I. viii. 64. 
, Will of Richard Clerk of, proved Canterbury 1500-1. 8 Rep. 

Hist. Com. 333. 

. Court of Wards and Liveries. D.K.R. 6. App. ii. pp. 9, 56. 

, Petition from Wolsey's relatives requesting place of controller 

of certain works. S.P., 7 Hen. VIII. 1368. 
, Licence to Robt. Downes to alienate lands in. S.P., 22 Hen. 

VIII. 220 (3). 



440 Sibton. 

, Sibton Hall in, Sir John Heveningham d. 5 Aug. 1536 and 

Anthony son and heir. I.P.M., 28 Hen. VIII. 54. 
, Four horses of Edm. Rowse's taken out of Duke of Norfolk's 

ground at, 1537. S.P. i. 216. 
, Cromwell's Accts. 1537. Duke of Norfolk's fee 10 and his 

fee of Sipton, 1539. S.P. 782 (pp. 318, 321, 322). 
, Bill to recover purchase money by Philip Chapman al. Barker 

against Edmund Chapman al. Barker as to lands in, sold by plaintiff 

to one Edmund Dey and now vested in deft. C.P. i. 167. 
. Chancery Actions : Francis Borroughe v. Eliz. Betts, wid. 

touch, messuage called ' Cobbes ' &c., in Cokeley, parcel of Sibton 

Hall Manor in. C.P., ser. ii. B. xxii. 12. As to Sibton Hall Manor 

in, Isabell Betts wid. v. Rich, and Francis Burroughe. Ib. 23. 
, Collections touching the family and Sibton Hall Manor in, from 

deeds of William Hevenyngham (1637). Harl. 639. 
, Licence for house of Edmund Bellamy, Congregational, 1672. 

S.P. 199, 202. 

. Licence for house of John Hurnon, Congregational. 76. 195. 

, Primitive Methodist Chapel, &c., at. Trust Deed. 1863, 83, 14. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 17 May 1881. L.G. 2546. 

. Poor Law Acts. (P.O.) 47 and 48 Viet. c. 74. 

SIBTON v. sub Bramfield Manor, Bramfield, &c., Eye Manor, Kel- 

sall, &c., Loudham, &c., Rendham, &c., Walpole, &c., Westhall, &c., 

Yoxford, &c. 
SIBTON MANOR. Sir Anthony Denny d. 5 Sept. 1549 and Henry 

son and heir. I.P.M., 4 Edw. VI. 105. 
SIBTON PARK. Brooke family of. Burke L.G. 189. 
SIBTON CHURCH. Described on visit of Suffolk Institute (1890). 

S.I. viii. 60. Bells of. E.A. i. 416. Monuments in. Add. 19080, 

19083. Brasses in (1475-1626). Add. 32483, 32490. S.I. viii. 

61 of Thomas Copland and wife (1395). Add. 32483. John 

Chapman formerly Barker (1473), Edmund Chapman (1511), 

Edmund Chapman (1574), John Chapman (1582). Mural tablets. 

Sir Edmund Barker and to Scriveners. S.I. viii. 62. Font. S.I. 

viii. 61. Plate. S.I. ix. 22. Allusion to, in old Wills. S.L viii. 

61. Vicars of. Ib. 63. 

. Capellanus. Osbertus, 12-13 cent. Harl. 83 E. 40. 
, Gilbert de Yarewell parson of, mentioned. 1 Edw. III. 

pt. i. 21. 
. Vicarius. Johannes, 1356. Harl. 83 C. 51. 



Sibton. 441 

, Pardon of outlawry to John de Kempston parson of. Pat. Rolls, 

f; 13 Rich. II. pt. i. 41. 

. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

SIBTON ABBEY. S.I. viii. 54. Fragment of stone found at. Gent. 

M. 1806 pt. i. 17. Extracts from Domesday book relating to land 

granted to, by founder. Add. 34560. Heirs and ancestors of Will. 

de Vicecomitis founder of. 76. Register of Deeds. Arundel 221, 

Rawl. B. 419, 421. Add. 8172. Abbot of. 6 Rep. Hist. Com. 

2936. Book of Extents, &c., of. 10 Rep. pt. iv. 458. Add. 34560. 

Levett-Scrivener family of. Burke L.G. i. 1413. 
, Conf. by John son of Oliver de Vallibus to, in frank almoin of 

the grant made by Nichola de Meisi late the wife of Roger deLeistune 

widow of the homage of Hamo son of Nicholas de Sibton with the 

tenement which he held of her in Sibton. B. 3332. 
, Release by John son of Oliver de Vallibus to John de Maltistere 

&c., of rent. B. 3333. 

, Founded by William Fitz Robert in 1 150. S.I. viii. 54. 

. View of remains. 76. 

, Licence from, to found St. Nicholas's chapel in (?), reserving 

rights to St. Peter's church of, end of 12 cent. Harl. 44 I. 24. 
, Grant by Richard de Seenges to, in frankalmoin, of Arnald 

de Thyresmere with his issue, and tenement [Hen. III.]. C. 2343. 

. Conf. of lands to St. Mary. Chart. Rolls, 52 Hen. III. 7. 

, Protection for Abbot of. Pat. Rolls, 22 Edw. I. 8. 
, Robert Petit sent to, for maintenance in place of William de 

Wendelesburgh. Close Rolls, 10 Edw. II. 24d. 
, Licence for, to acquire in mortmain lands and rents to the value 

of 10 marks a year. Pat. Rolls, 14 Edw. II. pt. i. 23. 
, Book of Extents and Accounts of, 18 Edw. II. to 46 Edw. III. 

10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. v. 458. 
, Bro. Ralph, abbot of, acknowledges for himself and another 

that they owe 100 to be levied in default on their lands in Suffolk. 

Close Rolls, 8 Edw. III. lid. 
, Extent of lands of, held by Dom. W. de Bovile, 14th cent. 

Add. 34560. 
, Licence to, to acquire in mortmain lands not held in chief to 

value of 10 p.a. Pat. Rolls, 8 Rich. II. pt. ii. 8. 

, Mandate to abbot of, collector of a tenth, to distrain incumbents 

and seize their persons in default. S.P., 7 Hen. VIII. 1372. 
, Hen. abbot of, mentioned, 1529. S.P. 6047. 



442 Sibton. 

, Dispensation to Robt. Sabyn al. Bongay, prior, and John 

Fawken of, 1536. S.P. 1247. 
, Order as to habit of Wm. Flatbury, abbot of, 1536. S.P. 

1247. 

, Bond to abbot of, for loan, 1536. S.P. 97. 

, J. F. Scrivener of, J.P., mentioned, 1774. H.O.P. 745, 827. 

SIBTON ABBEY v. sub Blythburgh, Bmisyard. 

SIBTON ABBEY MANOR v. sub Wenhaston. 

SIBTON ABBEY and BLYBTJRGH PRIORY CHURCHES. Advowsons. 

Joan late wife of Sir Richard Fenys de Dacre died seised of, 8th March 

1486 and Thomas Fenys the younger, Lord Dacre aged 14, her 

cousin and heir. Inquis. 2 Hen. VII. 189. 
SIBTON ABBEY CH. v. sub Covehithe, &c. 
SIBTON ABBEY CHURCH with CHAPELS of PESENHALE, CRANISFORD, 

RENDHAM, WESTLETON and TUNSTALL. Conf. by Hen. Bp. of 

Norwich of the privileges of 1394. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 235. 1408. 

Ib. 236. 1474. Ib. 238. 
SIBTON, HEVENINGHAM, HUNTINGFELD, COKELEY and BRAUNFELD. 

Lands and tenements in. Robt. Carbonell and Margt. his wife. 

I.P.M., 21 Rich. II. 14. 

SIBTON and PEASENHALL. Stowepark in, Thos. Moubray Earl Mar- 
shal. Ib. 8 Hen. IV. 76. 
, Bill for execution of a will by John Broune against Thomas 

Gurnham and Thomazen his wife as to lands in, late the estate of 

John Storke dec. and devised by his will on several trusts. C.P. i. 

139. 
. Chancery Action : Wm. Smarte v. Arthur Robsart and Margt. 

his wife. C.P., ser. ii. B. clxix. 19. 
, Grant of augmentation to John Manning, minister of, 1656. 

S.P. 28. 1658. S.R. 152. 
SIBTON. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 
SICKLEMER of Ipswich and Bramford. Pedigree. Tanner cclvii. 

249. 

SICKLEMORE. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 
SICKLESMERE HAMLET in Gt. and Little Whelenethan. Included in 

the Lavenham Highway District 20 March, 1863. L.G. 1621. 
SIDAY. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 
SIDLEY of Morley family. Arms. Harl. 1449. 
SIDNEY. Pedigree. Harl. 1535 ; with arms. Tanner cclvii. 63, 219* 

of Yoxford. Add. 19149. 



Skerret. 443 

SIKEBRO [in Weybread ?]. Grant in, to Butley Priory, t. Hen. II. 

Harl. 57 E. 2. 

SIKES. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 
SILIHAM v. Syleham. 

SILLY SUFFOLK. E.A. (N.S.) i. 197, 230, 262 (N.S.) ii. 303. 
SILVESTRE MANOR v. sub Overhall Manor. 
SILVESTRES HALL in Bures Manor v. sub Waldingfield. 
SIMPSON family. Pedigrees. Add. 19149. Arms. Harl. 1560. Ralph 

Simpson indicted for forcible entry 16 Hen. VII. D.K.R. 3. 

App. ii. p. 225. 

SIMS. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 
SINGLETON family, of Beccles and Mendlesham. Gipps's account of. 

S.I. viii. 196. Pedigree and Arms. Harl. 1560 ; 1820 ; Rawl. B. 

393. Add. 19149. 
SINTCLERS v. Senders. 
SIRINGHAM MANOR. Grant to Paganus de Chaurcis of. Close Rolls, 

6 John 18, 194. 

SIRR. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 
SIZEWELL (Siswell) a hamlet of Leiston. a fee in, Robert son of 

Walter. I.P.M., 2 Edw. III. 59. 
, Order to deliver to Joan late wife of Robert le fitz Wautier in 

dower a moiety of a fee in, held by the prior of Wangeford in frank- 

almoin. Close Rolls, 2 Edw. III. (1328) 7. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. John Coller 

fol. 178. Adam Hudd al. Grippen fol. 50. Walter Kelinge fol. 101. 

William Potts fol. 101. Margaret Wallies fol. 178. John Whight- 

man fol. 87. 1458-1477. Robert Bockett fol. 340. Robert 

Chever fol. 278. William Cobbe fol. 51. Clement Geldern fol. 320. 

Edward Gidney fol. 183. John Hall fol. 72. Simon Hardy fol. 

320. Edmund Polar fol. 325. 
, Precipe on a covenant cone, land in, 1561. Add. Ch. 

25290. 

SIZEWELL v, sub Leiston Abbey. 
SIZEWELL CHAPEL v. sub Leiston Abbey. 
SKARLET. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 
SKARNISTON al. Skarnistone v. Scarneston. 

SKEDBROKE MANOR. William le Ruse. I.P.M., 37 Hen. III. 49. 
SKEITH al. Skeyth v. Wickham Skeith. 

SKERRET (R., M.A.) Rector of Oakley. Peace and Loyalty Recom- 
mended in a sermon. 1719-20. Lond. 



444 Skinner. 

SKINNER family. Action William Skynner v. John Sparlyng and 
others as to false imprisonment. 23 Hen. VIII. Star Cham. Proc. 
D.K.R. 49. App. p. 415. Inquis. p.m. of Sir Thomas Skynner at 
Bury. 3 Car. I. Harl. 299. Licence of entry of Thomas Skynner 
son of Sir Thomas on lands in Suffolk, 1630. Chancery. D.K.R. 43. 
App. i. p. 158. Extent of manors, &c., in Suffolk inherited by 
Thomas Skynner 1630. Harl. 112 D. 23. Receipt of Thomas 
Skynner to Sir Symonds D'Ewes for 1,500 for 148 acres part of 
Lavenham park, 17 June 1641. Harl. 97. Acquittance by Charles 
Skinner of annuity payable out of Lavenham park, 1649. Harl. 97. 

SKINNER of the Chantry Ipswich, family. Burke L.G. 1446. 

SKINNER and SKIPPON. Pedigrees. Add. 19149. 

SKOTS, SKOTTES v. Scots. 

SKOTTLDING and SKRENE. Pedigrees. Add. 19149. 

SKRIVENER v. Scrivener. 

*' SKYNNERS " v. sub Higham. 

SLAPP. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 

SLENNEFELD v. Stansfield. 

SLOPER (Isaac) of Beccles. Memoir of Samuel M. Archer. Beccles 
1824. A Discourse at Needham Market. Bungay 1816. 

SLYCHE (?). Free warren in, Rich, de Holbrok. Chart. Rolls, 14 
Edw. I. 27. 

SMALBRIDGE, SMALL, SMALLPEECE, SMART and SMEAR. Pedigrees. 
Add. 19149. 

SMALLMOOR. William of, t. Hen. III. held of him in chief 1 gersumary 
socage fee, whereof John of Gorleston now holds 1 messuage in, 
and others hold the residue of the said John. H.R. ii. 162. 

SMERESFELD, SMERIESDUN, SMERIESFEN v. sub Dodnash. 

SMETHES v. sub Herringfleet, &c. 

SMITH of Ashfield. Pedigree. Harl. 1046, 1147, 1430, 1433, 1561, 
vv-ith arms. Rawl. B. 429 of Bawton. Pedigree. Harl. 1154, 
1177, 1449, 1560 of Cavendish and Cratfield. Pedigrees. Add. 
19149_ f Denham. Pedigree. Harl. 1187, 1188 of Holton. 
Add. 19149 of Nettlestead. Pedigree. Harl. 1820, 1560. Add. 
19149 of Stonham of Stratford St. Mary. Pedigrees. Add. 
19149 of Wickham Market. Pedigree. Tanner cclvii. 147. 
Family of Stratford a churchly family. E.A. (N.S.) iii. 201, 220, 
277, 390. Sir J. E. Smith. Pedigree. Add. 19149. Letter to 
allow Edmund Smith b. in Suff. to stand for fellowship at Queen's 
Coll. Camb. 1669. S.P. 227. Grant to George Smith and wife of 



Snape. 445 

lands in Suff. 11 Eliz. 3 Pars O. Rot. 17. Action by Thomas 
Smith against Thomas Cooke al. Patyman as to lands in Suff. 21 
Hen. VIII. Star C.P., D.K.R. 49. App. p. 428. Grant to Thomas 
Smith and others of lands in Suff. 2 Jac. I. 7 Pars 0. Rot. 102. 
SMITH al. Smyth al. Smythe of Deverston and Cavendish family. 

Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 196. Pedigree. Harl. 155, 891, 
1103, 1177, 1449, 1560, with arms. Rawl. B. 422. Arms. Tanner 

cclvii. 205 of Hundon. Pedigree. Harl. 891, 1449, 1560. Add. 

19149. With arms. Rawl. B. 393, 422 of Laxfield of Stutton 

and Woodbridge. Pedigrees. Add. 19149. Family of Thran- 

deston. E.A. (N.S.) iv. 15, 31, 360, 380. 
SMITH or Smithe of Garboldesham Norf. from Suff. Pedigree and 

arms. Rawl. B. 393. Arms. Add. 5524. Harl. 1449, 1820. 
SMITHIER and SMITHSON. Pedigrees. Add. 19149. 
SMITHSON (Robert). Lease to, of lands in Suff. 36 Eliz. 2 Pars O. 

Rot, 177. 
SMYTH al. Smythe family. Arms. Harl. 1449 of Bury of Forn- 

ham and Elmswell. Pedigrees. Add. 19419 of Halesworth. 

Pedigree. Harl. 155, 1103, 1177, 1449, 1560, 1820 ; Add. 19149. 

With Arms (1561). Rawl. B. 422 of Marlesford. Pedigree. 

Add. 19149 of Peasenhall. Pedigree. Tanner clxxx. 15, cclvii. 

203 of Sproughton and Stoke by Ipswich. Pedigree. Add. 19149 

of Tuddenham. Pedigree. Harl. 1560. Add. 19149 of Wals- 

ham. Pedigree. Add. 19149. Genealogical note with arms in 

trick (1561). Rawl. B. 422. Smith Bart. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 
SMYTH (Thomas) v. Thomas Manning Prior of Butley as to messuage 

and lands in Suff. Star Chamber Proceedings. D.K.R. 49 p. 

418. as to forcible entry. Ib. p. 522. 
SMYTH (Thomas) Alderman of Bury St. Edmunds. Petition against 

Gardiner Webb who had received money belonging to, 13 Nov. 1646. 

6 Rep. Hist. Com. 139. 
SMYTH (Wm.). Charge of " ingrossing " of corn and grain made 1622. 

SirThos. Coventry, Knt. v. Thos. Clerk of Debenham, 1623. Exch. dep. 
SMYTHIES. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 
SNAPE (Snapes). Ancient sep. remains found at, and near. A.J. xx. 

188, 373. Anglo-Saxon remains. P.S.A., 2nd ser. ii. 177. 
, Grant by Priory of, to Sir William de Rurcham chaplain, for 

life of a messuage in. A. 3559. 
, Grant by Roger Lof, to Cristina dau. of Stephen the miller, of 

his tenement at the head of the parish church in. A. 3576. 



446 Snape. 

, Conf. by Silvester son of Walter de Bedigfeld to St. Mary's 

church Snape, of the land which Robert the clerk of Chebenhale 

gave them. A. 3595. 
. Lands of Robert Malet. Walter holds of Malet the lands which 

Edric of Laxfield held as a manor, viz., 4 carucates in K.E.'s time. 

6a. meadow. And there were 25 freemen with 108a. And Gilbert 

the blond now holds of Malet 1 carucate and 30a. which 21 freemen 

held. A church with 8a. Dom. 316 (bis.), 
(Snapes), Grants, etc., in t. Edw. I. Add. Ch. 26219, 26221, 

26222 : 1296. Add. Ch. 26224, 26225 : 1300. Add. Ch. 26229 : 

1329. Add. Ch. 26236 : 1331. Add. Ch. 26238, 26240 : 1337. Add. 

Ch. 26243 : 1339. Add. Ch. 26244 : 1342. Add. Ch. 26246 : 

1349. Add. Ch. 26248 .-1352. Add. Ch. 26249 : 1363. Add 

26250 : 1364. Add. Ch. 26251 : 1366. Add. Ch. 26253 : 1369. 

Add. Ch. 26254: 1370. Add. Ch. 26255 : 1372. Add. Ch. 

26256-26259, 26261, 26262 :t. Edw. III. Add. Ch. 26235: 

1382. Add. Ch. 26264 : 1385. Add. Ch. 26265 : 1387. Add. 

Ch. 26266 : 1389. Add. Ch. 26267 : 1391. Add. Ch. 26268 : 

1394. Add. Ch. 26269 : 1395. Add. Ch. 26271 : 1411. Add. 

Ch. 26272: 1417. Add. Ch. 26273-26275 : 1419. Add. Ch. 

26276: 1423. Add. Ch. 26278-26280 : 1430. Add. Ch. 26282. 

Harl. 54 1. 10 : 1431. Harl. 50 H. 27, 28, 54 I. 15 : 1434. Add. Ch. 

26283: 1435. Add. Ch. 2016 : 1440. Add. Ch. 26286 : 1442. 

Add. Ch. 26287: 1454. Add. Ch. 26289 : 1455. Add. Ch. 

26290 : 1460. Add. Ch. 26291 : 1466. Add. Ch. 26292 : 1473. 

Add. Ch. 26293: 1478. Add. Ch. 26294 : 1486. Add. Ch. 

26296: 1488. Add. Ch. 26309 : 1495. Add. Ch. 26310: 

1497. Add. Ch. 26311 : 1498. Add. Ch. 26312 : 1499. Add. 

Ch. 26313, 26314: 1500. Add. Ch. 26315 : 1503. Add. Ch. 

26321 : 1510. Add. Ch. 26322, 26323 : 1513. Add. Ch. 26326, 

26327 : 1521. Add. Ch. 26329 : 1533. Add. Ch. 26330 : 1539. 

Add. Ch. 26331: 1542. Add. Ch. 26325 : 1549. Add. Ch. 

26334 : 1554. Add. Ch. 26335, 26336, 26337 : 1555. Add. Ch. 

25281 : 1564. Add. Ch. 26340 : 1576. Add. Ch. 26343, 26344 : 

1585. Add. Ch. 26349 : 1586. Add. Ch. 26350, 26351 : 1590. 

Add. Ch. 26352: 1593. Add. Ch. 26354 : 1595. Add. Ch. 

26355 : 1602. Add. Ch. 26356-26358 : 1603. Add. Ch. 26359 : 

1607. Add. Ch. 26360 : 1610-1612. Add. Ch. 26364-26373: 

1645. Add. Ch. 26378, 26379 : 1659. Add. Ch. 26383 : 1665. 

Add. Ch. 26386 : 1678. Add. Ch. 13727. 



Snape. 447 

, Jul[iana] Ode of Snape v. William Buskyn and Ranulph Ode, 

touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 6 Edw. I. I6d. 
, Saer le Suur and Jul[iana] his wife v. Walter Bukeskyn and 

others, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 6 Edw. I. &d. 
, Commission touch. John de Hadleye accused of death of John 

Vaillant of. Pat. Rolls, 15 Edw. I. lid. 
, Thomas prior of, and Thomas Neven le Priour of, mentioned. 

76. 28 Edw. I. 14d. 

, Hugh le Forester of, mentioned. Ib. 3 Edw. II. 2ld. 

, Lease from Snape Priory of land in, 1378. Add. Ch. 26263. 
, Licence for Rich. Tottye of, chaplain to pass beyond the sea 

to the Roman Court with 40s. for his expenses to obtain a benefice. 

Pat. Rolls, 13 Rich. II. pt. ii. 31. 
, Court rolls of a manor in, bel. to Campsey Ash Priory, 1405- 

1448. Add. Ch. 10509, 10513, 10514. 
, William Worstede gave to Prior of, Tastard Manor and land in. 

I.Q.D., 6 Hen. IV. 20. 
, Michael de la Pole E. of Suff. gave to the Master and Chaplains 

of Wingfield land in. Ib. 7 Hen. IV. 35. 
, Conveyance, &c. , of Beklying, Canteles, and Rysinges manors, &c., 

in, 1408. Harl. 54 I. 7 : 1430. Harl. 43 E. 19, 54 I. 10 : 1431. 

Harl. 45 1. 12, 50 H. 27, 28, 54 1. 15 : 1435. Add. Ch. 2016. 

, Schedule of lands in, 15 cent. Add. Ch. 26277. 

, Removal of process from a messuage and one acre in, and dis- 
charge of Robert Braham and his wife. 9 Hen. V. M. Mich. Rec. 

Rot. 8. 

, Protection to Wm. Lambe of, 1424-5. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 236. 

, Wills and letters of administration of inhabitants of, Robert 

Sontere 1436. Add. Ch. 26284. John Crakenell 1436. Add. Ch. 

26285. Nicholas Lane 1499. Add. Ch. 26316, 31151. Johanna 

Lane 1500. Add. Ch. 26317. Thomas Frysseby 1520. Add. Ch. 

26328. Richard Lane 1521. Henry Palmer 1535[6]. Helen 

Palmer 1565[6]. Add. Ch. 31151. John Palmer 1573. Add. 

Ch. 26342, 31151. John Palmer 1602[3]. Add. Ch. 31151. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. John Birde 

fol. 164. Agnes Cooke fol. 184. William Sparhawke fol. 75. 

1458-1477. John Austin fol. 55. Robert Barber fol. 56. Thomas 

Chambre fol. 56. Robert Ferror fol. 277. John Fowler fol. 173. 

Thomas Gimlett fol. 164. John Merlie fol. 59. Richard Bowie 

fol. 115. John Powsin fol. 219. John Swanne fol. 44. 



Snape. 



, Court rolls of, Taatarda and Scotts manors in, belonging to Snape 

Priory 1487-1507. Add. Ch. 26297-26308. 
, Wills of Nicholas Lane, Johanna Lane and Richard Lane of, 

1499, 1521. Add. 26316, 26817, 31151. 
, Sale to Thos. D. of Norf. of site of Tastard's Manor in, in King's 

hands by attainder of Wolsey. S.P., 24 Hen. VIII. 418 (3). 

, Wills of Palmer of, 1536-1603. Add. 31151. 

, Bill to rectify alleged fraud in a purchase of lands in, by Richard 

Baldwyn of John Jeffason. C.P. i. 141. 
, Claim by John Dame as heir against Thos. Ive as to lands in, 

late estate of Henry Dame pltf.'s grandfather. C.P. i. 240. 
, Survey in, 1563. Add. Ch. 26339. Extracts from court roll 

of Becklinge, Cantletts and Rysinges manors, 1609. Add. Ch. 26361. 
, Covenant to resist encroachments on common land at, 1651. 

Add. Ch. 26377. 

, Papers and accounts relating to, 1661-1774. Add. 22249. 

, Lease for 6 years by Sir Hen. Johnson to Robt. Hayward of 

land in, 1 March, 9 Anne. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1371. 
, Report of outrage on officer of Excise at Blackstock near, by 

smugglers who cut off his nose, 1 727. T.P. 485. 
, Conveyance of land and chapel upon trust for use and benefit of 

the Particular Baptists. Trust Deed. 1842, 68, 1. 

, Inclosure in. 22 Viet. c. 3 (Pub.). 

, Primitive Methodist Chapel and School at. Trust Deed. 1862, 

156, 5. 1862, 163, 8. 

Schools. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 30 Aug. 1878. L.G. 4934. 

SNAPE v. sub Aldeburgh, &c., Bedingfield, Buxlow, &c., Eye St. Peters 

Mon., Framlingham, Freston, &c., Saxmundham, &c., Westleton, &c., 

Wherstead, &c., Wingfield, &c. 
SHAPE MANOR. Court Rolls of (1391-1448). Add. Ch. 10508, 10510, 

10512. (1487-1507). Add. Ch. 26297-26308. (1602). Add. Ch. 

13693. (1686-7). Add. Ch. 26390. 
, Compotus rolls of (1279-81). Add. Ch. 10504, 10505. (1288-9). 

Add. Ch. 10506. (1310-11). Add. Ch. 10507. (1421-23). Add. 

Ch. 10511. 

, Lease in, from Snape Priory 1378. Add. Ch. 26263. 

, Manumission of John son of John Loof " Native " of, 1393. 

Add. Ch. 26270. 

. Will. Martell gave, to the Abbot of Colchester. I.Q.D., 5 

Hen. IV. 18. 



Snape. 449 

, Touching the Prior of Snapes charged for issues of, taken into 

the King's hands. 6 Hen. IV. M. Pas. Rec. Rot. 17. 

, Canteles in, Wm. late duke of Suff. I.P.M., 28 Hen. VI. 25. 
, Lease to Thos. Russhe and Thos. Alverd for 30 years of site of, 

with all demesne lands thereto belonging, the warren of coneys 

there, and a water-mill in. S.P., 22 Hen. VIII. 6803 (21). 
, Sale to Thos. d. of Norf. of site of, in King's hands by attainder 

of Wolsey. S.P., 24 Hen. VIII. 418 (3). Grant. 24 Hen. VIII. 

O. Rot. 31. 
, Account of, sold and purchased [by Duke of Norf.] 1538. S.P., 

ii. 1215 (2). 
SHAPE CHURCH. Ruinous. E.A. i. 341. Example of tau-crucifix in. 

B.A.A. xxvii. 311. Monuments in. Add. 19100, 19101. Brass 

(c. 1480). Add. 32484. Plate. S.I. ix. 50. 

, Grant by Silvester son of Walter de Bedingfeld to, of the tene- 
ment they held of Robert son of Andrew, and confirmation of the 

lands his father and the said Robert gave to the Ch. of Bedingfield. 

A. 3444. 
, Grant by Alice Lof, dau. of Matilda le Brun to Roger her son 

of the free land which she held of. A. 3505. 
, Grant by the Priory of Snape to Walter le Man chaplain of a 

perpetual vicarage in the Parish Church of, with the messuage of 

Ailward the brewer. A. 3623. 

. Vicar ius. Ricardus, 1329. Add. Ch. 26236. 

, Covenant for masses in, for T. Souter, 1417. Add. Ch. 26273. 

, Mortmain licence to Cardinal Wolsey to appropriate rectory of. 

S.P., 18 Hen. VIII. 2167 (3). 

. Appropriation 1528. S.P., 20 Hen. VIII. 4229 (1). 

, Rectory and tithes, late of the possessions of Cardinal Thos. 

Wolsey attained. Robert Okeley of Alderburgh lessee, 38 Hen. VIII. 

Exch. Records. D.K.R. 25. App. p. 19. 

, Rectory of, 3 Jac. I. Exch. Spec. Com. D.K.R. 38. App. p. 76. 

. Desecration by Dowsing 1643. S.I. vi. 250. 

. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. 

L.G. 5216. 

SNAPE CHURCH v. sub Friston Church, &c. 
SNAPE PRIORY. A.J. Ivi. 211. Arms of. E.A. iv. 167. 
, Order for arrest of John Mersey of St. John's Colchester for 

scheming to separate a cell of the Abbey therefrom. Pat. Rolls, 

1 Hen. IV. pt. vi. 4d. Ib. pt. viii. 28rf. 

Di 



450 Snape. 

, Grant of King to, 24 Hen. VII. M. Mich. Rec. Rot. 1 and 32. 

. Inquis. de possessionibus, 16-17 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. 

App. ii. p. 124. 
, Rents, &c., in, Lands of Wolsey's College. S.P., 17 Hen. VIII. 

2024. 
, Terrier of suppressed monastery of. S.P., 17 Hen. VIII. 1834 

(211). 
, Lands in Suff. leased to different persons by. S.P., 17 Hen. VIII. 

2024. 
, Grant to Wolsey's Colleges of site of suppressed monastery of. 

S.P., 17 Hen. VIII. 1833. 
, Inquisitions upon lands of suppressed monastery at. S.P., 19 

Hen. VIII. 3537. 
, Confirmation of a bull, transferring, to Wolsey's Coll. at Ipswich. 

S.P., Hen. VIII. vol. iv. App. 172. 
, Lands assigned to School at Ipswich, in the King's hands 

belonging to possessions of. S.P., 22 Hen. VIII. 47 (4). 
, Grant to Thos. d. of Norf. of site of, and St. Mary in King's 

hands by attainder of Wolsey. S.P., 24 Hen. VIII. 418 (3) ; 1207 

(37). 
SNAPE PRIORY v. sub Bedingfield, Bedingfield Manor, Bedingfield 

Church, Brunstonesh Manor, &c., Buxlow, Eye Honor. 
SNAPE and ALBOROTJQH. Grant by William Martel, Albreda his wife 

and Geoffrey Martel, their s. and h. in frankalmoin, to the Abbey 

of Colchester of their manor of Snape and Aldeburc [Twelfth Century]. 

A. 3262. 

, Tithe commutation roll 1263. Bodl. Suff. Rolls 27. 

SNAPE and DODENESCH. Bull for transferring, from Wolsey's Coll. 

in Oxford to his Coll. at Ipswich, 1528. S.P., 20 Hen. VIII. 4307 (3). 
SNAPE and FRYSTON CHURCHES. Lease of the rectories and tithes of, 

to Robert Okeley of Alderburgh, 38 Hen. VIII. Exch. Rec. D.K.R. 

25. App. p. 19. 
, Rectory of. Michael Hare and Francis Kayes al. Bryckman. 

Tithe suit, 7 Eliz. ; also 8 Eliz., also against Richard Marge tts, 

7 Eliz., again 8 Eliz. Ib. ii. p. 268. 
SNAPE, SCOTTS, TASTARD, BEDINGFIELD, ALBOROUGH and FRISTON 

MANOR. Grant by Hen. VII. of, to Butley Priory. 24 Hen. VII. 

S.I. iv. 409. 

SNELGRAVE family. Arms. Add. 5524. 
SNELL. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 



Socjenhoe. 451 

SNELLINQ of Ipswich and Whatfield. Pedigree. Tanner clxxx. 73 

cclvii. 245, with arms. Harl. 1560, 1820. Add. 19149. 
, Letter of Joha Snelling of Bury to Fram. Gawdy 8 Feb. 1621-2. 

10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iii. 113. 
SNOWE (John) of Suffolk. Protection to, 1426-7. D.K.R. 48. App. 

p. 251. 
SNVTERLE MANOK. Sir Roger de Synterle lord of, did homage and 

fealty for. Pat. Rolls, 18 Edw. III. pt. i. 24 and 23. 
SOAME family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 196. Pedigree, &c., of. 

E.A. (N.S.) iii. 210-232, 247, 278, 310, 328 of Little Thurlow. 

Pedigree. Tanner clxxx. 37, cclvii. 251. Harl. 1560. Add. 19149. 

Grant to Sir Stephen Soame of right to hold Court Leet in Suff. 

14 Jac. I. 1 Pars 0. Rot. 26. Notes on case of Sir Wm. Soame 

Sheriff of Suff. v. Sir S. Barnardeston 1689. Add. 32519. 
SOANE of Ubbeston and Wantisden. Pedigrees. Add. 19149. 
SOBORNE v. Sudborne. 
" SOCAM Britonis " (Sokebretun). Oliver de Tintiniac held, of the 

gift of King John of the value p.a. of viijZ. After death of Oliver 

the King gave to Philip de Abiniaco the custody and Philip gave 

same custody to William de Chaym. Red Book of Exchequer. 

Inquisition concern. Serjeantry. Soca in, Robert Walerand. Chart. 

Rolls, 37 and 38 Hen. III. pt. i. 12, 64. 

. John de Noioun. I.P.M., 15 Edw. III. 29. 

SOGEKHOE (Sogenho, Sogenhoo, Sogornbo, Sokono, Songenhoo, 

Suggenhou) in Uff ord. 
. Land of Robert Malet. A freeman held 20a. a. meadow. 

Dom. 3246. 

, Land in, with chapel in, Robert de Ufford. I.P.M., 26 Edw. I. 32. 

, Grant in, 1431. Harl. 57 A. 1. 

SOGENHOE MANOB. Miscellaneous papers relating to (1603). Add. 

23967. 

. Isabella wife of Wm. Ufford, Earl of Suff. I.P.M., 4 Hen. V. 48. 

, Licence for grant, &c., of, 1439. Harl. 43 E. 43: 1516. Harl. 

52 B. 10. 

. Extent. Sir Robt. Willoughby. I.P.M., 5 Edw. IV. 35. 

. Robt. son of Sir R. Willoughby. /&. 7 Edw. IV. 37. 

. Maria Willoughby d. 16 May 1515 and William W. Lord de 

Ersby son and heir. /&. 7 Hen. VIII. 29. 
, Lady Mary Wylloughby to shew title to, 29 Hen. VIII. M. 

Trin. Rec. Rot. 7. 



452 Sogenhoe. 

SOGENHOE, BREDFELD, WOODBRIDQE, MELTON and WANGEFORD. 

One fee in, Katerina Breux. I.P.M., 3 Rich. II. 14. 
, One and a half knights' fee in, Wm. de Ufford Earl of Suff. and 

Joan his wife. 76. 5 Rich. II. 57. 
SOHAM (Saham) in Claydon Hund. Land of Hugh de Montfort. 2a. in 

demesne. Dom. 410. 
SOHAM (in Loes Hund.). Land of Earl Alan. Anand freeman t. 

K.E. held 4 carucates as manor and 12a. meadow. Dom. 2936. 

. Land of Robert Malet. 8a. held by Walter deRisbou. Dom. 3266. 

SOHAM HALL MANOR. Thomas Smith d. 2 Sept. 1551 and Thomas 

eon and heir. 6 Edw. VI. 66. 
SOHAM CH. John de Trecis parson of, going beyond the seas has 

letters nominating Master Theobald de Trecis his attorney for four 

years. Pat. Rolls, 14 Edw. II. pt. ii. 11. 

SOHAM al. Soham (Earl) al. Sohambarre al. Sohambarres v. Earl Soham. 
SOHAM COMITIS v. Earl Soham. 
SOHAM MONKS v. Monks Soham. 
SOME family. Arms. Add. 5524. Harl. 1449. 
SOMERLEYTON ( Somerlayton, Somerleton, Sumerledestuna, Sumerlede- 

tuna, Sumerleton, Sumerletun, Sumerletune). 
, Breviate of pleas in a suit about certain lands in Suffolk formerly 

belonging to John Wentworth sen. of. Tanner ccxiii. 3. 

, Maze in gardens at, Hall. E.A. vol. ix. 148. 

. Land of the King in Roger Bigot's keeping. 90a. and these belong 

to Gorleston. A freeman Ulf held 2 carucates as a manor. And 

5 freemen under under him held 40a. A freeman Wihtred the priest 

held 40a. as a manor. A church with 20a. valued at 3 shillings. 

Dom. 2836, 284. 

. Lands of Ralph the Engineer. AfreemanAlwoldheld30a. Dom. 445. 

, Sale by Humphrey Yennouth to John ... of a marsh 

called ' Benakers ' in. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1151. 
, Sale by John Hacon alias Crystmas, to John Jettour, of lands in. 

Ib. 1152. 
, Grant by Ralph, son of Ivo de Sumerletun to John, son of Robt. 

de Mani thorp, of land in (c. 1180-90). 76. 1019. 
, Grant by Will, son of Pagan, to Roger, son of Osbert, of land in 

(c. 1220-30). 76. 1020. 
, Nicholas de Cundy appointed John de Beaumes his attorney 

in proceedings against Adam Ingulf and Salerna his wife and Mabel 

de Fonte cone. 4a. in. Close Rolls, 13 Hen. III. I2d. 



Scmerleyton. 453 

, Grant by Robt. Snelling to John, son of Robt. de Manethorp, 

of one rood in (c. 1250-60). Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1021. 
, Grant by John Stede to Robt. Cysman, of two acres in (c. 1250- 

60). Ib. 1372.* 
, Grant by Will, de Legesteyn to Robt. son of Reginald Cysseman, 

of land in (c. 1250-60). Ib. 1031. 
, Grant by Robt. Snelling to John son of Hugh Quintin of one 

rood in (c. 1260-70). Ib. 1022. 
, Grant by Robt. Snelling to John son of Robt. de Manthorp 

of \ an acre in (c. 1260-70). Ib. 1029. 
, Grant by Peter, son of Roger, son of Osbert, to Adam son of 

Stephen Gurle 1 acre in, in exchange for other land in (c. 1260-70). 

Ib. 1023. 
, Grant by Will, son of Hen. de Sumerletun to John, son of Robt. 

de Manethorp, of land in (c. 1260-70). 76. 1025. 
, Grant by Roger Burkard to John de Manthorp of land in 

(c. 1260-70). Ib. 1026. 

, Grant by Ralph de Sumerletun to John son of Robt. de Mane- 
thorp of land in (c. 1260-70). Ib. 1028. 
, Grant by Matilda relict of Robt. le Blowere to Sir Peter, son of 

Roger, son of Osbert dower right in lands in (c. 1260-70). 76. 

1034. 
, Grant by Ralph the cook to Bartholomew, son of Robt. de 

... of a rent from land in (c. 1270-80). Ib. 201. 
, Grant by Fulke to Robt. Asman of a rent payable by Adam 

son of Geoffrey, son of the chaplain of Flixton, and Juliana his wife 

for land in (c. 1270-80). Ib. 1032. 
, Grant by John de Manethorp to Robt. Esseman of marsh in 

(c. 1270-80). Ib. 1033. 
, Grant by Rich. Waderduale to Robt. son of Reginald Hesman 

of a rood in (c. 1270-80). Ib. 1030. 
, William of the Dale t. Hen. III. held of the King in chief 1 small 

gersumary socage fee in the Dale, whereof Henry of the Dale heir 

of William holds 3a. with 1 messuage, Richard Quintin holds 

a. of the said Henry. H.R. ii. 163. 
, William Allyn t. John held of the King in chief 1 gersumary 

socage fee in the Dale, whereof Agnes Child holds by inheritance 7a. 

and others hold the residue of the said Agnes. H.R. ii. 164. 
, Grant by Will, son of Adam Gurle to Robt. Assheman of land 

in (c. 1290-1300). Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1449. 



454 Somerleylon. 

, Ivo Hacgard ( ? Bagard) held t. Hen. III. of him in chief a ger- 

sumary socage, and Ralph Ivo held by descent 1 messuage 4 acres 
of land and 1 of marsh in, and the residue was held of the sd. Ralph. 
H.R. ii. 163, 183. 

, Thorn, le Bercher t. Hen. III. held of him in chief a gersumary 



socage in, and John le Bercher held by descent 2a. lr. 3 rods marsh, 
Robert le Hirde held 3 rods and the residue was held of the sd. John. 
Ib. H.R. ii. 163. 
. Walter Tuse held by descent of the King in chief a socage. Ib. 



, Randulph del Childrehus t, K. John held of him in chief a ger- 
sumary socage in, William de Westgate held 3a. Henry Child his 
co-heir 2 acres 1 rod. The Prior of Herlingflet held la. 3r. Ib. 

. Alan de Alton held of the King in chief 1 small gersumary 

socage in. Ib. 

1 Robert Chenkild t. Hen. III. held of him in chief a gersumary 

eocage in, Walter de Rus held by descent 1 messuage 5 acres and the 
residue held of the sd. Walter. Ib. 

, William de Manthorp sen. t. Hen. II. held of him in chief a 

gersumary socage in, and Rob. Assheman and Emma his wife, 
William de Broxton and Margaret his wife held by descent. Adam 
de Dal held 4a. Ib. 

, Jordan Capell held of the King in chief a gersumary socage in. 

Ib. 163, 183. 

, Ralph Cook t. Hen. III. held of him in chief a small gersumary 

socage in, Edmund son of said Ralph held la. 3 rods with 1 
messuage ; Peter de Laxefeld held of the same socage 1 rod of the 
sd. Edmund. H.R. ii. 163. 

, Nicholas the Clerk t. Hen. III. held of the King in chief 1 ger- 
sumary socage fee in, whereof Andrew Salerne heir of Nicholas and 
others hold the residue of the said Andrew. Ib. 

, Edric Quintyn, t. K. John held of him in chief a gersumary 

socage in, Rich. Quintin held Ja., Henry Quintin held \ acre and 
the rest held of said Richard and Henry. Ib. 

, Warin Waterdwal t. Hen. III. held of him in chief a gersumary 

socage in, and Rich. Waterdwal held 3J acres, and Alan 
Waterdwal and John his brother held the residue. H.R. ii. 163, 183. 

, Alan le Latimer t. K. John held of him in chief 1 free socage in, 

and William son of Henry held by descent 1 messuage 8 acres of 
land and 3 of marsh and others held the residue of the said William. 
H.R. ii. 164. 



Somerleyton. 455 

, Licence by Roger son of Peter son of Osbert to enfeoff John 

Blome of Manors of Wathe and, for latter to re-enfeoff Roger and 

Catherine his wife in fee tail, with remainder to right heirs of Roger. 

Pat" Rolls, 31 Edw. I. 24. 
, Grant by Robt. son of John de Manethorp to John 

of land in, 6 Edw. II. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1035. 
, Grant by Geoffrey ... to John his brother of land in, 

9 Edw. II. Ib. 1037. 
, Grant by Robt. son of John de Manthorp to John son of Robt. 

Aysheman of an acre in Manthorp in, 14 Edw. II. Ib. 1039. 
, Grant by John de Roymerstone and Margaret, daughter of Robt. 

Reed to Robt. Gele of land in, 3 Edw. III. 76. 1040. 

, Lease of land in, 10 Edw. III. Ib. 1452. 

, Grant by John, son of Thos. de Manthorp to Walter his brother 

of land in, 11 Edw. III. Ib. 1042. 
, Convention 13 Edw. III. between Peter Gernegan and Will. . . 

concerning lands in. Ib. 1041. 
, Grant by Will, de Cotesbrie and Margery his wife to Walter de 

Manthorp of land in, 16 Edw. III. Ib. 1043. 
, Grant by John de Manthorp to Will, de Manthorp his brother 

of half a messuage and the reversion of the whole, &c., in, 21 Edw. 

III. Ib. 1045. 
, Grant by Thos. son of John ... to Thos. son of John 

de Dol of marsh in, 22 Edw. III. Ib. 1047. 
, Grant by Katherine, wife of John Perel to Will, her son of two 

acres in, 23 Edw. III. Ib. 1048. 
, Grant by Hen. son of Thos. Colle to Ralph Dareys and Thos. 

Wasseleyn of messuages, &c., in, 25 Edw. III. 76. 1049. 
, Quit claim by Thos. Ayssman to Sir Hen. de Suthirton, of all 

rights upon his marsh in, 26 Edw. III. 76. 1050. 
, Grant by Roger de Blundeston and Euphemia his wife .to Rich. 

Draper of one messuage and 3 acres in, 27 Edw. III. 76. 

1051. 
, Grant by Ralph Darreys to Will, son of Robt. de Broxton, of a 

messuage in, 30 Edw. III. 76. 1052. 
, Grant by Thos. son of Robt. of Westgate to Roger the smith of 

his marsh in, 31 Edw. III. 76. 1053. 
, Grant by John de Westone, chaplain, to Rich, le Smith of the 

messuage called Swyfts in, 35 Edw. III. 76. 1054. 1 Rich. II. 76. 

1060. 



456 Somerieyton. 

, Grant by Robt. Austyn to Rich. Draper of one rood in, 38 

Edw. in. Ib. 1055. 

, Grant by Robt. ... to Thos. Wellyng of land in, 40 Edw. 

III. Ib. 1056. 

, Quit claim by Will. Salyour of all right in rent from land in, 

41 Edw. m. Ib. 1057. 

, Grant by Rich. Smyth to John de Benacre of land in the way 

called Manthorp in, 49 Edw. III. Ib. 1058. 
, Grant by Rich. Maddysone to Will. Coke of land on the way 

leading to Pokyslane towards Dool in, 1 Rich. II. Ib. 1059. 
, Grant by Rich. Maddisson to John Candeler of land in, 11 

Rich. II. Ib. 1061. 
, Grant by Walter Fleur to Amicia, wife of ... of land in, 

12 Rich. II. Ib. 1062. 
, Grant by one Weffour to Ralph Weffour of land in, 13 Rich. II. 

Ib. 1063. 
, Grant by John Beverlee to John Jarnyngan of land hi, 15 Rich. 

II. Ib. 1064. 
, Quit claim by John ... to Rich. Dowe rector of, and 

others of all right in land in, 17 Rich. II. Ib. 1065. 
, Grant by Edmund Dool and Hen. Dool to Edmund 

of lands called Flyxtonescroft and Netheremerssh in, 18 Rich. II. 

Ib. 1066. 
, Grant by Elyas de . . . to Will. Dareys and Margaret his 

wife of a close in, 21 Rich. II. Ib. 1068. 
, Lease for 5 years by Sir Will. Burgate and others to John Gerne- 

gan, of lands in, 1 Hen. IV. Ib. 1067. 
, Grant by Eliz. Broxton to Stephen de Starys of land in, 2 Hen. 

IV. Ib. 1070. 

, Grant by Thos. Weston, son and heir of Ralph Weston, to 

Thos. . . . dryn of land in, 3 Hen. IV. Ib. 1071. 
, Feoffment by Thos. Edwyn and others to Roger Owden of land 

in, 4 Hen. IV. 76.1091. 
, Grant by Hen. Sekystern to Will. Wolmer and John Wolmer 

of land in, 5 Hen. IV. Ib. 1073. 
, Grant by Katherine, wife of John Pondele to Will. Smyth, of 

land in, 8 Hen. IV. Ib. 1075. 

, Free warren in, Thos. Jernegan. Chart. Rolls, 8 Hen. IV. 

, Quit claim by John Collea to John ... of all right to a 

messuage in, 10 Hen. IV. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1076. 



Somerleyton. 457 

, Indenture 11 Hen. IV. between Rich. Crystemesse and others 

and Hen. Cablowe, concerning a messuage, &c., in. Ib. 1077. 
, Grant by John Bakere, clerk, Henry Webster, and Will. Deryng, 

to Robt. Skarlet, clerk, of five acres in, 12 Hen. IV. Ib. 1100. 
, Feoffment by Stephen Keys and Will. Clerk to Rich. Criste- 

messe of land in, 1 Hen. V. Ib. 1080. 
, Grant by John Dunston, Stephen Keye and Roger Prymour 

to Rich. Crystemas of land in, 1 Hen. V. Ib. 1081. 
, Grant by Eliz. Broxton to Roger Primour of one acre in, 3 

Hen. V. Ib. 1082. 

, Quit claim by Leticia Boston to Robt. Whyte, and Thos. Bel- 
strode of all right in a messuage called Cokys and land in, 4 Hen. V. 

Ib. 1083. 
, Grant by John Boof and others to Robt. White and Thos. 

Belstede of a messuage and land in, 5 Hen. V. Ib. 1084. 
, Grant to Robt. Wever and others of land in, 2 Hen. VI. Ib. 

1087. 
, Grant by Alice Grene to Roger Oweyn of a messuage in, 2 Hen. 

VI. Ib. 1088. 

, Grant by John Bakere to Robt. . . lyng, John Jernyngham 

and others of a messuage in, 7 Hen. VI. 76. 1094. 

, Quit claim by Robt. White to Thos. Belstede of all right in 



land called ' Cokys ' in, 5 Hen. VI. Ib. 1092. 
, Grant by John Cristemesse to Rich. Cristemesse of 3 acres in, 

5 Hen. VI. Ib. 1095. 

, Quit claim by Will, son of Andrew Barbor and Isabella his 

wife to John Gernegon and Robt. Banyngham of all right in land in, 

6 Hen. VI. 76. 1093. 

, Grant by John Wevon to .... burgess of Gt. Yarmouth, 

of land in, 7 Hen. VI. Ib. 1097. 
, Quit claim by Robt. Nikell to Robt. Banyngham of all right 

in land in, 10 Hen. VI. Ib. 1096. 
, Grant by Andrew Cok to John Gernyngham and others of a 

marsh in, 10 Hen. VI. Ib. 1098. 
, Grant by Andrew Cok to Will. Knyght and John his brother of 

land in, 11 Hen. VI. Ib. 1099. 
, Grant by John Curteys to Alice relict of Rich. Cristemesse, and 

John Cristemesse of three acres in, 20 June, 13 Hen. VI. Ib. 1101. 
, Grant by John Webstere, Isabella his wife and Thos. Kempstere 

to Thos. Colyn of 3 acres in, 20 April, 17 Hen. VI. Ib. 1103. 



458 Somerleyton, 

, Grant by Thos. Wevon to Thos. Owden and John Todynham 

of land in, 20 Jan. t. Hen. VI. Ib. 1104. 
, Grant by John Jernegan and others of land in, 21 Sept. 20 Hen. 

VI. Ib. 1451. 
, Grant by Thos. Wewyn to John Yve, clerk, Thos. Wewyn sen. 

and EdmundS . . . . of land in, 23 Hen. VI. 76.1107. 
, Quit claim by Robt. Pampe to John Cristemesse of all right in 

land, had by the gift of John Curteys in, 4 May, 25 Hen. VI. Ib. 

1111. 
, Revocation by Roger Primour of his appointment as a feoffee 

with others, in respect of 5 acres in, 10 Dec. 26 Hen. VI. Ib. 1108. 

, Grant to Thos. Owedene of land in, 28 Hen. VI. 76. 1110. 

, Lease by Eliz. relict of Oliver Cristemesse to Rich. Halow 

and others of 8 acres in, 32 Hen. VI. Ib. 1109. 
, Quit claim by John Jernegan, to John Ive, clerk, of all right in 

a messuage in, 38 Hen. VI. Ib. 1112. 
, Lease by John Jernegan to John Ive, clerk, of marsh in, 10 

March, 38 Hen. VI. 76. 1116. 
, Quit claim by John Jernegan and others of all right in land in, 

10 March, 38 Hen. VI. 76. 1450. 
, Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1458-1477. John Candler 

fol. 110. Thomas Kempter fol. 54. 
, Grant by John Ive to John Lodes, Thos. Lodes his father, and 

Thos. Derine (?) of land in, 9 Sept. 4 Edw. IV. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1118. 
, Grant by Tho. Owden and Robt. Cook to Sir John Hevyngham, 

John Jernegan, sen. Osbert Jernegan, his son, Hen. Fen and others 

of land in, 16 Jan. 7 Edw. IV. 76. 1119. 
, Grant by Thos. Nodge and another to Sir John Hevenyngham 

and others of land in, 16 Jan. 7 Edw. IV. 76. 1120. 
, General pardon to Master Ralph Makerell, late of. Pat. Rolls, 

9 Edw. IV. pt. ii. 21. 

, The like to John Grey, rector of. 76. 19. 

, Conf. by Rich. Cristemesse and others of a messuage in, 11 Edw. 

IV. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1121. 
, Grant by Will. Chirche and Joan his wife to John Veyton and 

others of land in, 26 June, 12 Edw. IV. 76. 1123. 
, Grant by Thos. and Alice Wretham and others to Rich. Criste- 
messe and others of land in, 18 Edw. IV. 76. 1124. 
, Lease by Thos. Oweyn and others to John Norman of 

" Howson's " in, 8 Nov. 19 Edw. IV. 76. 1 124. 



Somerleyton. 459 

, Grant by John Norman to Rich. Hacon, alias Crystemas, and 

others of 6 acres called Howson's in, 9 Nov. 19 Edw. IV. 76. 1125. 
, Grant by John Nodge to John Baker of lands in, 10 Oct. 2 

Rich. III. Ib. 1129. 

f Will of Richard Hawkyn al. Crystmas of, 1490. Ib. 1126. 

, Grant by Thos. Skeyth and others to Edw. Jernegan and others 

of lands in, t. Hen. VII. Ib. 1 135. 
, Grant by Thos. Knight and John Boys to Margaret Knight, 

wife of Thos. and others of 5 acres in, 22 July t. Hen. VII. Ib. 1140. 
, Grant by Thos. Wewan of 2 acres in, 15 Dec. 4 Hen. VII. Ib. 

1131. 
, Grant by Thos. Knight and others to John Jernegan of one acre 

in, 26 March, 5 Hen. VII. Ib. 1132. 

, Copy of Will of Thomas Owden 8 Oct. 1505. 76. 1137. 

, Grant by Humphrey Yermouth and Humphrey Brewster to 

John Jernegan and others of land in, 16 June, 27 Hen. VIII. Ib. 1 149. 
, Lease by Thos. Smith of, and others to Sir John Jernegan, Sir 

John Wyseman and another, knts. of land in, 20 Oct. 27 Hen. VIIL- 

76. 1150. 
, Grant by John Swetall to John Christmese alias Hacon, of land 

in, Feb. 34 Hen. VIII. Ib. 1153. 
, Bond from John Ufflet to John Jernyngham, to secure an 

exchange of lands in, 15 March, 2 Eliz. 76. 1154. 
, Grant by John Gouldsmithe, sen. to John Jernegan of a rent 

out of, 8 Oct. 15 Eliz. 76. 1156. 
, Grant by Will. Stanton to Sir John Wentworth, of lands in, 

30 June, 1628. 76.1158. 
, Quit claim by Will. Stanton to Sir John Wentworth, lord of 

the manor of S-, of all right in lands in, 10 Jan. 1629. 76. 1159. 
, Dispensation to Sir John Wentworth, sheriff of Norf. to continue 

his habitation at, during his sheriff alty, 1634. S.P. 295. 
, Bonds of Sir John Wentworth and Robt. Melling of, 1636-7. 

S.P. 490. 
, Lease by Sir John Wentworth to Arthur Bacon of land in, 1644. 

Bodl. Suff. Ch. 202. 
, Letter of Sir Richard Allin of, to Tanner on behalf of one of 

his tenants falsely accused, 170f . Tanner cccv. 243. 

, Notes relative to, 1770 by John Ives, 18th cent. Add. 19199. 

, Inclosure of Commons (Loc. and pers.). 43 Geo. III. c. 78, 

45 Geo. III. 1805. Common Pleas. D.K.R. 27. App. p. 21. 



460 Somerleyton. 

, Endowment of charities for the poor of, Declaration of Trust. 

1845, 80, 2. 

, School, National Society, Established Church. Trust Deed. 

1845, 80, 3. 

, Land in, for a school. Trust Deed. 1857, 2, 6. 

, Land, &c., at, for Methodist New Connexion. Trust Deed. 

1864, 151, 1. 

, Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1709., 

SOMERLEYTON v. sub Ashby, Blundeston, &c., Flixton, &c., Herring- 
fleet, &c., Lound, &c. 

SOMERLEYTON MANOR. Roger son of Peter son of Osbert and Katherine 
his wife. I.P.M., 30 Edw. I. 119. Extent. 31 Edw. I. 176. 

. Extent. Roger son of Peter son of Osbert and Sarah his wife. 

Ib. 34 Edw. I. 58. 

, Grant by John son of Sir Ralph Nunoion to Peter Gernegan of 

right in, with the advowson of, and of Bradewelle,with the patronage 
of the priory of St. Olave, and the 3 mills of the said manor, 8 Edw. 

II. Bodl. Sufi. Ch. 1036. 

, Katerina wife of Rog. son of Peter son of Osbert. I. P.M., 12 

Edw. III. 15. 

. John de Noioun. Ib. 15 Edw. III. 29. 
, Grant by Thos. Gernegan, Peter de Belhagh, and Alexander, 

to Peter Gernegan and Ellen his wife and John their son of half of, 

with the advowsons of the churches of S. and Bradwell, 16 Edw. 

III. Bodl. Sufi. Ch. 1044. 

, Grant by John, son of Peter Gernigan, to Hen. de Soterton 

and others of half of, 23 Edw. III. Ib. 1046. 

, A moiety, Beatrice wife of John Noiun. I.P.M., 25 Edw. III. 52. 

, Account of Will. Fleg 33 and 34 Edw. III. for. Bodl. Suff. 

Rolls, 29. 
, A moiety of, John son of John Noion. I. P.M., 35 Edw. III. 

(2nd nos.) 58. 

. Thos. Ashman. Ib. 1 Hen. IV. 34. 

, Lease by Gilbert Debynham, John Rokewode, and Will. Bacoun, 

cierk, to Margaret who was the wife of John Gernegan of, 12 Hen. IV. 

Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1078. 

, Deed reciting feoffment t. Edw. IV. of, and the church of Brad- 
well, &c. Ib. 1117. 
, John Jernegan d. 26 Oct. 1503 and Edward son and heir. I.P.M., 

19 Hen. VII. 48. 



Somerleyton. 461 

, Edward Jernegan d. 6 Jan. 1515 and John Jernegan son and 

heir. Ib. 7 Hen. VIII. 1. 

, Indenture 23 Hen. VIII. for performance of covenants by Thos. 

Jermyn of a lease of. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1146. 

. Rushe d. 2 July 1537 and Anthony son and heir. I.P.M., 29 

Hen. VIII. 66. 

SOMERLEYTON MANOR v. sub Cove (North), Lothingland Half Hund., v/ 
&c. 

SOMERLEYTON MANOR and PRIORY of HERYNGFLETE. Grant by John 
Gernegan to Sir John Hevenyngham and others of all right to, which 
had by Charter been conceded to the said John Gernegan and Margaret 
his wife by John Yve and Thomas Bolle clerk, 18 Hen. VI. Bodl. 
Suff. Ch. 1105. 

SOMERLEYTON MANOR, PRIORY of HERINQFLEET and ADVOWSON of 
Somerleyton and Bradwell, and lands in Somerleyton, Blundeston, 
Lound, &c. Lease by John Yve and Thomas Bolle clerks 
to John Gernegan and Margaret his wife of, 14 Hen. VI. Ib. 
1102. 

SOMERLEYTON and HOPTON. Quit claim by John Gernegan to Sir 
W. Burgate and others of all right in the manors of S., Hopton, &c. 
2 Hen. VI. Ib. 1089. 

SOMERLEYTON and HORHAM MANORS and lands in Somerleyton, Blun- 
deston, Lound, Askeby, Heringfleet and elsewhere in Lothynglond. 
Grant by Gilbert Debenham, John Rokewode and William Bacoun 
to Margaret who was wife of John Gernegan of, 12 Hen. IV. Ib. 
1079. 

SOMERLEYTON and HORHAM MANORS with advowsons of same and of 
Bradwell and lands in Somerleyton, Blundeston, Lound, Askeby, 
Heringfleta, Bradwell, Horham, Redlyngfeld, Alyngton, Wilbeigh 
and Stradebrok. Grant by John Jernegan to Sir W. Burgate 
Kt. Gilbert Debenham, John Rukwode, John Bartlot and Will. 
Bacon of, 1 Hen. VI. Ib. 1086. 

SOMERLEYTON MANOR and CHURCH and lands in Somerleyton, Blun- 
deston, Lound, Askeby, Heryngflete and Bradewell. Lease by Sir 
John Hevenyngham and others to Hen. Gray and others of, 23 Hen. 
VI. Ib. 1106. 

SOMERLEYTON MANOR and CHURCH and rents in Somerleyton, Blun- 
deston, Lound, Askeby, Heryngflete and Bradwell. Grant by John 
Jernegan sen. to Sir John Hevyngham and others of, 49 Hen. VI. 
Ib. 1113. 



462 Somerleyton. 

SOMERLEYTON MANOR and CH. patronage of Bradwell Ch. and Mona. 

of Stonham, Jernegan and Wathall. Lease by Sir Hen. Bryan 

Sir John Hevyngham and others to John Jernegan of, 7 Hen. VII. 

Ib. 1134. 

SOMERLEYTON MANOR and CHURCH v. sub Wathe Manor. 
SOMERLEYTON CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19098. Inscription 

ofE. Botteley(1611). Add. 32484. Bells of. E.A. i. 416. E.C.C. 

242. Registers (begin 1558) N. and Q., 7th ser. x. 502. Visited. 

B.A.A. xxxvi. 103. Plate. S.I. ix. 45. Desecration of, by Jessop 

for Dowsing. S.I. vi. 244. 
, Confession of Sam. Wilde of Yarmouth grocer cono. a sermon 

preached at, by one Knights. Tanner Ixxx. 130. 
, Irreverent language used by Jernegan Jenney rector of, in a 

Sermon 1621. Tanner cccxiii. 4; 

, Paper enjoined by the Bp. to be publicly read by him acknowledg- 
ing his sorrow. Tanner cxxxviii. 137. 
. Benefice. 18 Oct. 1872. L.G. 4904. 1 Nov. 1872. L.G. 

5103. 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

v. sub Somerleyton Manor. 

SOMERLEYTON and Ashby (Askeby). William de Broxton and Margery 

his wife, Robert Ayseman and Emma his wife v. Reginald Ayseman 

and Alice his wife, touch, land and marsh in. Pat. Rolls, 5 Edw. I. 

22d. 
, Grant by John Smyht to Oliver and Eliz. Cristemesse of 8 acres 

in, 9 Hen. V. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1085. 
, Quit claim by John Bakere to Oliver Cristemesse and Eliz. his 

wife of all right in lands in, 2 Hen. VI. Ib. 1090. 
, Grant by Thos. Molister to Agnes Hacon alias Crystemasse 

and others, of land in, 7 Hen. VII. Ib. 1136. 
SOMERLEYTON, ASKEBY and BLUNDESTON. Grant by Thomas Owdene 

to Hen. Smyth of lands in, 12 Edw. IV. Ib. 1122. 
SOMSRLEYTON and BLUNSTON. 1 messuage 11 acres of arable land 

and 2 of marsh. Thos. Assheman of Somerleton. I.P.M., 17 Rich. 

II. 2. 
, Grant 8 Hen. IV. by Alice, who was the wife of John dil Grene 

to John Boof and Joan his wife of messuages in. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1074. 
, Conf. by Simon, son of Rich. Crystemasse and others to John 

Hervy and others of 4 acres, 3 roods in, 21 Hen. VII. Ib. 1138. 
, Lease by Will. Heyward and Thos. Carter to Humphrey Yer- 

mouth and others of all lands in, 26 Hen. VIII. 76. 1148. 



Somerleyton. 463 

SOMERLEYTON, BLUNDESTON and elsewhere in Lothynglond. Grant 
by John Nogge, John Dobyldage and Rich. Crystemes to John Boys 
and others of lands in, 1 Rich. III. Ib. 1128. 

SOMERLEYTON, BLUNDESTON, FLIXTON and SADHALL MANORS and 
advowsons of Ch. of Somerleyton and Blundeston. Grant by 
Humphrey Wyngfeld and John Bowes to Sir Thomas Tirrell and 
others of, 1 Hen. VIII. Ib. 1142. 

SOMERLEYTON, BLUNDESTON, FLIXTON, HOPTON, ASKEBY, FRETONE, 
and LITTLE YARMOUTH. Tenants' account t. Edw. II. of their 
holdings and rent in. Bodl. Suff. Rolls, 23. 

SOMERLEYTON, BLUNDESTON and HERRYNGFLET. Writ reciting suit 
between William son of Michael de Col and John son of Will, de 
Col concerning lands in, acknowledged to be the sd. John's, 12 
Edw. H. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1038. 

, Lease by John Jernegan to John Ivys and James Cobald of 

lands in, 1 Edw. IV. Ib. 1115. 

SOMERLEYTON, BLUNDESTON and LOUND. Plans on Inclosure of 
commons, &c., in, 1805. D.K.R. 26. App. p. 10. 

SOMERLEYTON, FLIXTON, ASKEBY and BRADEWELL. William de 
Wache t. Hen. II. held of the King in chief 4 fees in free socage in, 
of which t. Edw. I. 2 fees were held by Roger le Fitz Osbert by 
descent and the residue held by others of him. H.R. ii. 162, 182. 

SOMERLEYTON and HERINGFLETE. Grant by Ralph son of William 
de Ferya, to St. Olave Heringflete in frankalmoigne of a rent from 
Hugh son of Gilbert de Blundeston and his heirs of 6d. for a tene- 
ment in S. and 4d. from Hugh de Elmeste for a piece of land in H. 
(1250-60). Bodl. Suff. Ch. 201. 

, Grant by Rich. Crystmes and Thos. Deryng to Will. Meyer 

and Marione his wife of lands in, 1 Rich. III. Ib. 1127. 

, Grant by John Hervy and others to Simon Hacon, alias Cryst- 

messe, and others of a messuage called ' Veydons ' and land in, 23 
Hen. VII. Ib. 1139. 

, Action by William Webster (1595) against Elizabeth Webster 

to recover title deeds to messuage and land in. C.P. iii. 263. 

SOMERLEYTON, HERINGFLETE and ASKEBY. Grant by Edward Jerne- 
gan to John Broun and William Jakson of lands in, 5 Hen. VIII. 
Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1143. 

SOMERLEYTON, HERYNGFLETE, ASKBY and BLUNDESTON. Grant by 
Sir John Jernegan to Edmund Jernegan of rents charged on lands 
in, 26 Hen. VIII. 76.1147. 



464 Somerleyton. 

SOMERLEYTON, KESSINGLOND and ASKEBY. Final concord between 

John Wentworth and Will. . . . ster and Agnes his wife, 

Roger Shere and others concerning land in, 39 Eliz. 76. 1155. 
SOMERLEYTON, LouND, ASKEBY and BLUNDESTON. Lease by John 

Jetour jun. and others to John Jernegan and others of messuages in, 

15 Hen. VIII. Ib. 1145. 
SOMERLEYTON and LUND, &c. Feoffment by John atte Gappe and 

others to Thos. de Gunton of land in, 3 Hen. IV. Ib. 1072. 
SOMERLEYTON and OUXTON. Messuages, land, &c., in, Thos. Ashman. 

I.P.M., 1 Hen. IV. 34. 
SOMERSET al. Somersett of Badmondisfield. Pedigree. Add. 5524. 

Harl. 155 ; 1103 ; 1177 ; 1449 ; 1560. Add. 19149. Grant of 

land in Suffolk to Sir George Somerset. 37 Hen. VIII. 5 Pars O. 

Rot. 1. 
SOMERSHAM (Sumeresham, Sumersam, Sumersham, Sum'esham). 

, Inventory of furniture of Rich. Cox Bp. of Ely at. Caius 53. 

. Land of the King. 4 socmen with 30a. Dom. 2816. 

. Land of Roger Bigot. A freeman Lefson held 30a. as a manor 

in K.E.'s time. Now William de Burnville holds it of Bigot as a 

manor. There is the fourth part of a Church with 7a. Dom. 337. 
. Land of Roger de Oburville. In demesne Leofchild held 1 

carucate as a manor in K.E.'s time. la. meadow. Dom. 404. 
. Land of Isaac. Ulwin a freeman held 60a. as a manor in K.E.'s 

time and a freeman Coleman had 5a. Dom. 4376. 
. Invasions on the King's right. A freeman Ulurie with 12a. is 

now in the King's hand. Dom. 4486. 
, Claim by William de Takele to one fourth of a knight's fee in, 

held by Geoffrey de Ambli upon a plea that his aunt Roheiser was 

seised of same in fee at her death. Abbr. of PL, 6 Rich. I. 

, Free warren in, Robert Loveday. Chart. Rolls, 54 Hen. III. 6. 

, Geoffrey de Ambelly held 3 knights' fees in Amnessete and. 

T. de N. 286. 
, Geoffrey de Ambely held half a knight's fee of Margaret de 

Ripariis in. T. de N. 290. 
, John de Baa claimed right of gallows, ducking stool, view of 

frankpledge and assize of bread and beer in. Q.W. 731. 
, Adam Duny of Somersham v. Robert de Insula, &c., touch, a 

tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. I5d. 
, Robert Delisle v. Adam de Dunning, touch, a tenement in. 76. 

2 Edw. I. 19d. 



Somersham. 465 



, Free warren in, Roger Lunedaye. Chart. Rolls, 8 Edw. I. 20. 

, Extent. Land in, Alex, de Sumersham. I.P.M., 20 Edw. 1. 140. 

, Pardon to Hugh son of Nicholas Parys of, for robberies, &c., 

and for escaping from King's bailiffs, who took him at. Pat. Rolls. 

31 Edw. I. 2. 

, 14 acres in, John de Bohoun. I.P.M., 10 Edw. II. 70. 

, Peter Wodebole of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 12 Edw. II. pt. i. 16. 

, Free warren in, John de Freston. Chart. Rolls, 13 Edw. II. 23. 

, Adam atte Wode of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. III. pt. i. 

21d. 

, Free warren in, William de Bohun. Chart. Rolls, 2 Edw. III. 60. 
, The Priory and Convent of Ely confirm a grant by Bp. John 

de Hotham (dated 4 Feb. 1335) to Robert Willard of the keepership 

of the parks and woods of, 16 Feb. 1335. 6 Rep. Hist. Com. 297. 
, Order to cause 86 stones of wool to be allowed to the men and 

tenants of Simon Bp. of Ely for his soke of. Close Rolls, 13 Edw. 

m. pt. i. 37. 

, Claim of the Bp. of Ely to soke of. Ib. 42d. 

, Free warren in, Roger Larcher. Chart. Rolls, 31 Edw. III. 7. 

, Land in, Robert de Insulason and heir of Sir John de Insula 

granted to the King and his heirs. I.P.M., 42 Edw. III. 53. 

, Land in, Robert Tibetot. Ib. 46 Edw. III. 64. 

, Licence for alienation in mortmain by Master John Bernard 

and others of 31a. 1 rood of land and 5Ja. meadow in, to Bp. of Ely 

for enlargement of bp.'s park. Pat. Rolls, 14 Rich. II. pt. ii. 40. 
. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1458-1477. John Broune 

fol. 243. John Cole fol. 211. Roger Legg fol. 186. John Maunsell 

fol. 171. Thomas Sparrow fol. 127. Agnes Sprewe fol. 166. 
, Grant to Wolsey of lands, &c., in, in King's hand, 1528. S.P., 

20 Hen. VIII. 4424. 
. Charity. 6 Jac. I. P.R.O., Inq. Bundle 3, No. 24. 15 Jac. I. 

Ib. Bundle 9, No. 4. 
, Livery of lands in, to John Lambe brother of Thos. 1632. 

Chancery 1633. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 488. 
, 300 worth of timber assigned out of, park for building Clare 

Hall, Camb. 1655. S.P. 13, 65, 77. 
. Included in the Blakenham United School District 10 Sept. 

1875. L.G. 4451. 
SOMERSHAM v. sub Elmsett, &c., Flowton, &c., Nettlestead Manor, 

Nettlestead, &c., Offton, &c. 

El 



466 Somersham. 



, Robert de Tybetot and John de Bathon held a moiety of, of 

the King in chief. H.R. ii. 193. 
, The King v. Richard Coke and John Smyth disputed title of 

Duchy to, with plan of boundaries. Duchy of Lancaster, Cal. of 

Pleadings. 24 Hen. VIII. 10. 
. Sir Thomas Wentworth Lord W. d. 3 March 1550 and Thomas 

Lord W. son and heir. I.P.M., 5 Edw. VI. 54. 
, Petition of Anthony Hammond to the King to confirm leases 

made by the trustees of the Queen mother in 1661 and 1663 of, and 

park valued at 450 a year to Mr. Cornwallis in trust for Sir Kenelm 

Digby under whom the petitioner claims, also of the custody and 

herbage and pannage of the said park to the Earl of Suffolk from 

whom Sir Kenelm purchased it for 2500, 1669. S.P. 259. 
SOMERSHAM MANOR v. sub Elmsett Manor. 
SOMERSHAM CHURCH. Notes on. E.A. vi. 156. Rectory of, 6 Rep. 

Hist. Com. 1466. Monuments in. Add. 19084, 19085. Plate. 

S.I. ix. 160. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 263, 284. 

, Order for the Rev. Richard Glanvill to be inducted, 22 Car. I. 

H.L. viii. 623. 
. Parish. Tithes. John Turner v. John Sowgate 1711 and 1712 

at Ipswich. Exch. dep. 
. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 

5216. 
SOMERSHAM and BRAUNFORD. Grant to John Elyot of a messuage in S. 

and three messuages in B. and certain goods late of Robert Prior of 

MendJesham and forfeited by his outlawry for treason to hold the 

messuages for life. Pat. Rolls, 2 Hen. IV. pt. ii. 24. 
SOMERSHAM, ELMSET and OFFTON MANORS. Henry Lord Wentworth, 

Queen's lessee v. Adrian Smith under farmer and John Hawes 

steward as to freeholds and copyholds intermixed. Duchy of 

Lancaster. Cal. to Pleadings. 33 Eliz. 7. 
SOMERTON (Sumerledetuna, Suinton), in Babergh Hund. 
, Recusants in. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 180, 181. Griggs 

family of. E.A. (N.S.) iii. 229, 277. Mention of Hall in. 8 Rep. 

Hist. Com. 258. Meeting at Hall in, of Suffolk Institute (1860). 

8.1. iii. 408. 
. Lands of St. Edmund. Frodo holds 1 carucate which land K. 

William gave to St. Edmund. And a freeman held 30a. which 

freeman is now held by Frodo of the Abbot. Dom. 359ft, 360. 



Somerton. 467 

. Lands of Robert son of Corbuzzo. Roger (?) holds what Stakker 

held under K.E. 1 carucate as a manor, 3a. meadow. Dom. 4256. 
, Robert de Haustede held a fee of Rad. Gernun and Rad. of 

the Honor of Angria in. T. de N. 292. 

, Free warren in, William Talemach. Chart. Rolls, 25 Edw. I. 17. 

, Commission to enquire as to complaint by Abbot of Bury that 

Thomas Giffard had carried away goods of John Blenche a fugitive. 

Pat, Rolls, 31 Edw. I. 27rf. 
, Letters to bail John Welde of Hertherst for death of Thomas 

Russel of. Close Rolls, 6 Edw. II. 12. 
. Ministers' accounts. Edw. III. to Hen. VI. D.K.R. 20. 

App. p. 102. 
-, Grant by Robert de Somyrton, chaplain, to Robt. de Bures, 

&c., of a messuage in. 10 Edw. III. c. 3013. 
, Copy of the composition between the Abbey of Butley and John 

de Tukeyt, rector of the Church of Wynterton, concerning the tithes 

of, 1342. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 192. 

, Land in, John de Veer E. of Oxford. I.P.M., 34 Edw. III. 84. 

, John Gernoun held hi, a fee. O., 42 Edw. III. 28. 

, Land in, Robert de Insula son and heir of Sir John de Insula 

granted to the King and his heirs. I.P.M., 42 Edw. III. 53. 

, Land in, Thomas de Veer E. of Oxford. Ib. 45 Edw. III. 45. 

, Catherine Smyth al. Ide of, ' widowe ' outlawed for not 

appearing to answer Sir William Drury, touching debt of 100s. 

Pat. Rolls, 6 Hen. VI. pt. i. 26. 
, Land, &c., late of John Grome, Thomas Grome of, v. Ric. 

Coppyng, feoffee to uses. E.C.P., 5 Edw. IV. 49 Hen. VI. 32, 225. 
. Hores Manor in, Robert Drury d. 4 Dec. 1557 and William son 

and heir. I.P.M., 4 and 5 Ph. and M. 51. 

, Precipes on covenants in, 1578. Add. Ch. 25365 : 1589. 

Add. Ch. 25394 : 1592. Add. Ch. 25432. 
. Confirming Local Government Order. (Poor Law) 47, 48 

Viet. c. 46, 48, and 49 Viet. c. 5. 

. Tramways. (P.O.) 56 and 57 Viet. c. 8. 

. Included in the Wickhambrook Highway District 20 March 

1863. L.G. 1616. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1720. 

SOMERTON v. sub Brockley, &c., Hawstead, &c., Whepstead Manor. 
.SOMERTON MANOR al. Somerton Hall Manor. Grant of, to Ric. Nevill. 

t. Rich. I. Bodl. 4167. 



468 Somerton. 

. John Multon de Egremond. I.P.M., 8 Edw. III. 73. 

. John Gernegan sen. Ib. 50 Edw. III. 26. 

. Sir John Ingoldesthorp. Ib. 8 Hen. V. 49. 

. Extent. Eliz. wife of Sir John Ingelthorp and Thos. Ingel- 

thorp son of sd. John and Eliz. Ib. 1 Hen. VI. 46. 

. Sir Edm. Ingaldesthorp. Ib. 35 Hen. VI. 20. 

, Touch, feoff ment of, to Dame Margt. Mortimer. S.P., 16 Hen. 

VIII. 737. 

, Descent of, and of Somerton Hall, 1597. Rawl. B. 319. 

, Claim by Anne wife of Philip Coningsbye and Elizabeth Pollie 

as coparceners against William Baker as to, late estate of Francis 

Pollie dec. C.P. i. 190. 
SOMEKTON MANOR and ADVOWSON. Worth 4:1. Held of E. of Oxford. 

Thomas Byllyng and others seised of, to use of Joan Ingaldesthorp 

and of Edmund Yngaldesthropp her husband and his heirs. For 

heirs see Layham Manor. Inquis. 9 Hen. VII. 1088. 
SOMERTON MANOR and CHURCH v. sub Butley Prior. 
SOMERTON CHURCH. State of. 10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 182. 

Monuments in. Add. 19077, 19078. Bells. S.I. iii. 408. 

Plate. S.L ix. 63. Visited by Suffolk Institute (1860). S.I. iii. 

408. 
, John de Clare parson of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 25 Edw. I. 

pt. i. Wd. 

, Advowson of, Sir Edm. Ingaldesthorp. I.P.M., 35 Hen. VI. 20. 

. Benefice. Procurations and synodals released 25 Feb. 1881. 

L.G. 859. 

SOMERTON CH. v. sub Gedgrave, &c. 
SOMERTON, WANTISDEN, CAPEL, BENHALL, BAWDSEY and FINBOROTJQH 

and a moiety of the Ch. of Glemham Parva. Wm. D'Auberville 

grandson of Matilda eldest dau. of Ralph de Glanville gave to Butley 

Priory one-third of the advowsons of, and 3 pts. of 2 carucates in 

Somerton and two in Butley, 1235. Davy MSS. Add. 19100,. 

19096. S.I. iv. 408. 
SOMERTON family. Arms. Add. 5524. 
SOMERY. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 
SONGATE (Robert). Order as to, condemned for sacrilege in Suff. 1546. 

Acts of P.C. 498. 
SONGENHOO v. Sogenhoe. 
SORELLES MANOR. Grant by Chas. D. of Suff. to Crown of, in exchange 

by Deed 30 Hen. VIII. 1538. S.P. ii. 1182 (18a). 



Sotherton. 469 

SORELLS MANOR v. sub. Eye Honor, &c. 

SORRELL. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 

SOTELEO v. SHOTLEY. 

SOTERLE al. Soterlee al. Soterlega al. Soterley v. Sotterley. 

SOTERLEY. Pedigree. Add. 19149. Arms. Harl. 1449. 

SOTHERTON (Seutherton, Soterton, Sothertone, Southerton, Sudre- 

tuna', Sutherton, Sutterton). 
. Lands of Drogo de Beureria. Rada a freeman held under 

Harold 2 carucates as a manor. Now the Franc hold it of Drogo. 

2a. meadow. A church with 5a. To this manor Humfrey de 

Saint B'tin added 1 freeman with 12a. in K.E.'s time. Dom. 432. 

, The lord of, held " bortrem " in. H.R. ii. 147. 

, Walter de Bernham claimed view of frankpledge and assize 

of bread and beer in, and called to warrant Walter son of Robert 

eon of Walter and Hawyse de Gredley (? Greslei) heir of John de 

Burgh son of Hubert de Burgh. Q.W. 722. 
, William de Walehave chaplain t>. William son of Thomas de 

Sutherton touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. Qd. 
, Walter son of Thomas de Bernham v. John son of John de 

Burgh, touch, possessions in. Ib. 5 Edw. I. 21d, 21d. 
, Pardon to Richard de Fiskemere, John de Fiskemere and John 

Simon all of, for death of Alan del Meres of Kirketon. 76. 1 Edw. 

III. pt. i. 10. 
, Grants, &c., in, 1424. Cott. xxvii. 93 : 1441. Cott. xii. 42 : 

1473. Harl. 51 F. 3. 

Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. John Ordi- 

mere fol. 120. 1458-1477. John Lenny fol. 36. 
, Ministers' accounts of lands of Duchy of Lancaster in, 7 to 8 

Edw. IV. Bundle 323, No. 5274. 
. Chancery Action : Margt. Barrett v. Hamond Claxston and 

Margt. Barrett. C.P., ser. ii. B. xxiii. 40. 
, Inclosure of Sotherton Moor in (Private) 42 Geo. III. c. 32. 

45 Geo. III. 1804. Common Pleas. D.K.R. 27. App. p. 21. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 17 May 1881. L.G. 2546. 

SOTHERTON v. sub Henham Manor, &c., Westhall, &c., Yarmouth 

(Little), &c. 
SOTHERTON MANOR. Court Rolls (1 Edw. IV. to 2 Hen. VII.). P.R.O. 

Portfolio 203, 106. 
, Grant by King to Hughde Burgh Justice of England of a market 

in. Close Rolls, 10 Hen. III. 20, 13. 



470 Soiherton. 

, Particulars of farm in, for grant to Anthony Rous, 37 Hen. VIII. 
D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 263. 

. Edm. Chapman and Anne his wife v. Thos. Rowse. C.P., 

ser. ii. B. xlvi. 4. 

SOTHERTON MANOR and CHURCH. Grant of, 1381. Add. Ch. 10378. 

. Nich. Wychyngham and Alice his wife. I.P.M., 12 Hen. VI. 31. 

, Worth 10 marks and Advowson of Church held of Sir Thomas 

West De la Ware, Lord De la Ware by fealty and service of a hive 
of honey. Agnes Brytyff wid. and Robert Tylles being seised in 
fee demised to John Brytyff and others for life of said John and 
5 years over with rem. to Robert son of said John in tail with rem. 
to said John's right heirs. John Brytyff d. 17 Apl. 12 Hen. VII. 
and said Robert Brytyff aged 14 son and heir. Inquis. 12 Hen. 
VII. 1218. 

SOTHERTON CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19080-19083. Inscrip- 
tions. Add. 18477. Plate. S.I. ix. 16. 

. Valuation of rectory, 37 Hen. VIII. D.K.R. 10. App. iii. 

p. 263. 

. Petition of Edward Kay as to securing tithes and other profits 

of Living, 1660. 7 Rep. Hist. Com. 106. 

. Procurations and synodals released 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 5216. 

SOTHERTON CHURCH v. sub Sotherton Manor and Church, Uggeshall 
Ch., &c. 

SOTHERTON and BRAMPTON. Roger Atleburg and Alice his wife v. 
William de Sutherton, &c., touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 
1 Edw. I. 2d. 

SOTHERTON and STOVEN. Charter of Osbert Fitz-William granting 
to Ch. of Blyth burgh 42a. at Wellehawe and confirming to them 
2*. in vill. of Sotherton granted by his brother Robert and a rent 
of 4s. in vill. of Stoven granted by his father William and a rent of 
lOd. in same vill. granted by his mother's sister Emma de Curcein. 
10 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 455. 

SOTHERTON and WESTHALL MANORS. Order as to market of H. de 
Burgo. Close Rolls, 13 Hen. III. 7. 

SOTHILL. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 

SOTTERLEY (Salteslee, Satterley, Schottele, Sciuterleigh, Soterle, 
Soterlee, Soterlega, Soterley, Soterleye, Sotirlee, Sot'le, 
Sotterly). 

, Abstract of deed relating to. Add. 5836. 

, Family of Barne of. Burke L.G. 75. 



Sotterley. 471 

. Land of Earl Hugh. Mundret holds what Burchard held in 
K.E.'s time 1 carucate and a half as a manor. A church with 7a. 
4a. meadow. Dom. 301, 3016. 

, Edmund de Saterleye held one knight's fee of the Honor of 



Cheater in. T. de N. 291. 
, Walkelinus Vis de Lu held a knight's fee of Humphrey de Vis 

de Lu and he of the King in. T. de N. 291. 

, Free warren in, Philip Bocland. Chart. Rolls, 42 Hen. III. 1. 

, Roger le Soterle claimed view of frankpledge and assize of 

bread and beer in. Q.W. 723. 
, Grants, &c., in, t. Edw. I. Harl. 48 G. 13 : 1296. Harl. 48 

G. 16 : 1297. Harl. 48 G. 15, 17 : 1360. Harl. 46 D. 11 : 

1396. Harl. 48 I. 39 : 1476. Add. Ch. 10074. 
, Henry de Gosehale v. Adam (or Ada) Tenaunt, touch, a tenement 

in. Pat. Rolls, 3 Edw. I. 26d. 

, Free warren in, Edmund de Soterle. Chart. Rolls, 8 Edw. II. 17. 

, Commission on complaint by Katherine late wife of Roger 

Fitz Oubern that Sir Edmund de Soterle, Edmund his son, Roger 

le Roo of Soterle and John Eliot of Soterle at, broke in pieces a 

cart of his worth 20*. killed 3 horses and carried away his goods. 

Pat. Rolls, 6 Edw. III. pt. ii. lid. 
, Abbot of Langele had 5$. Gd. of land in. Ib. 16 Edw. III. pt. i. 

40. 
, William March of, mentioned. Ib. 2 Rich. II. pt. ii. 13. 4 

Rich. II. pt. iii. 1. 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. John Hunt- 
man fol. 64. 1458-1477. John Baldwyn fol. 88. Thomas Leece 

fol. 312. John Lese fol. 66. 

, Lands, rents, &c., in, Robt. Bumpsted. I.P.M., 19 Edw. IV. 42. 

, Land in, Hen. Bounds in. Ib. 19 Edw. IV. 63. 

, Lease for 21 years of land in, to George Harwood, 1635. 

Chancery. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 552. 
, Sir Wm. Playters Bart, of, recusant, 1650. S.P., Cal. of Coinp. 



2228. 1652. Ib. 2462. 

, Pass for Wm. Tirrell of, to go to France, 1654. S.P. 299. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 10 Dec. 1880. L.G. 6673. 

v. sub Stoven, &c. 

SOTTERLEY MANOR. Extent. Roger de Soterle. I.P.M., 6 Edw. II. 

33. 
. Bond cone., &c., 1385. Add. Ch. 10381. 



472 Sotterley. 

. William Playters d. 25 Dec. 1516 and Christopher son and heir. 

I.P.M., 9 Hen. VIII. 84. 
. Christopher Playter d. 11 Sept. 1547 and Thomas son and 

heir. Ib. 2 Edw. VI. 66. 
, Wm. Playters, lord. Customs and Courts Leet. Thos. Jollye 



and other v. Robt. Berney and others. 1584 at Beccles. Exch. 

dep. 
SOTTERLEY MANOR and CHURCH. As of Honor of Chester. Edm. de 

Sotherlee and Margt. his wife. I.P.M., 4 Rich. II. 49. Margaret 

wife of Edm. Ib. 8 Rich. II. 31. Edm. s. and h. of Walter de Soterley. 

Ib. 1 Hen. V. 42. 7 Hen. VI. 10. Thos. Soterley. Ib. 1 Edw. IV. 

33. Thos. Playter. Ib. 19 Edw. IV. 62. 
SOTTERLEY CHURCH. Registers (begin 1547). N. and Q., 7th ser. 

x. 422. Rood-screen in. E.A. iii. 317. Monuments in. Ib. iv. 

289. Add. 19111, 19112. Brasses and Inscriptions. Add. 18481 

(1479-1638). Add. 32484, 32489, 32490 of Alice Edgar (1593) 

of Robert Edgar (1594). Add. 32484. Remnants of old stained 

glass in. E.A. vi. 88. Plate. S.I. viii. 329. 
, Hamo Pecche parson of, mentioned. Pat. Rolls, 22 Edw. I. 6d. 

. Persona. 1378. Will, dil Hil. Add. Ch. 10376 : 1385. 

Add. Ch. 10380. 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 259, 281. 

. Benefice 21 Nov. 1873. L.G. 5125. 26 Aug. 1879. L.G. 

5216. 

. Burials, 5 May 1882. L.G. 2065. 
SOTTERLEY, HENSTED with HULVERSTREET, WRENTHAM. Inclosure 

Act. (Priv.) 37 Geo. III. c. 55. 
SOTTERLY family. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 197. 
SOTTTH. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 
SOTTTHALL MANOR v. sub Wrentham. 
SOTJTHALL (Philip) v. John Gyrlyng and others as to taking two sheep. 

Star Chamber Proceedings. D.K.R. 49. App. p. 556. 
SOUTHALLS of Southalls. Pedigree. Harl. 1560. Add. 19149. 
SOTJTHBOLT ol. Southeld v. Southolt. 
SOUTHBOTJRNE (Southburne). Forced recovery of lands, &c., in, from 

Thomas Charles to Duke of Norf. annulled by Act, 1485. R.P. vi. 

293, 294. 
, Lands, &c., in, recovered against the heirs of Thomas Clarke 

(sic) by Thomas E. of Surrey, 1495. Ib. 478. 
SOUTHBOURNE (Suthbourne) v. sub Bradwell, &c., Wickham, &c. 



Southo!t. 473 

SOUTHBTJRN CH. Exchange under which John de Breckam rector of 

moiety of the Ch. of Walepol is presented to, and the chapel of 

Orford in place of Ralph de Pagrave, 1320. 6 Rep. Hist. Com. 294. 
SOUTHBY. Pedigree. Add. 19149. 

SOUTHCOTTS family. Arms and quarterings of. Harl. 4119. 
SOUTH COVE v. Cove (South). 

SOUTH ELMHAM (Southholme) al. South Licham v. Elmham (South). 
SOUTHUNGS v. sub Brandon. 
SOUTHMERE v. Semer. 
SOUTHOLT (Southbolt, Southeld, Southold, Southolde, Sudholda', 

Sutholt). 

, William Broun v. John le Virly and others, touch, possessions in. 

Pat. Rolls, 5 Edw. I. 20eZ. 

. Simon de Brythemer v. Walter Brythmer, touch, a tenement 

in. 76. 7 Edw. I. 7. 
, William Brun, of Southolt v. Peter de Bedingfeld and others, 

touch, possessions in. 76. 7 Edw. I. IGd. 

, John Dobyot v. Geoffrey Everard, touch, a tenement in. 7&. 

9 Edw. I. 25d. 
, Licence for alienation in mortmain to Abbey of Colchester by 

James de Bures and Henry de Norwico of 2a. of land and la. and 

1 rood of wood in, held of the said Abbey. 76. 14 Edw. II. pt. i. ; 20. 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1458-1477. Richard 

Alfraithe fol. 276. John Dame al. Miller fol. 349. John Feild fol. 

279. John Lodes fol. 44. John Pope fol. 8. 
, Claim under Will by James Barker and other against Robert 

Barwell and Averye his wife as to lands in, late the estate of Wm. 

Barker dec. C.P. i. 120. 

, Licence to John and Thomas Smith to sell wines in, 1635. 

Chancery. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 540. 

, Land at, for perpetual curate there. Trust Deed. 1840, 174, 1. 

. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1704. 

SOUTHOLT v. sub Horham, &c., Worlingworth Manor. 

SOUTHOLT MANOR. William de Rollestone for St. John's Abbey, 

Colchester. I.Q.D., 13 Edw. II. 36. 
, Particulars of farm of, for grant to Anthony Rous. 37 Hen. VIII. 

D.K.R. 10. App. ii. p. 263. 

, John Thruston to shew title to, 9 Eliz. M. Trin. Rec. Rot. 60. 

, Livery of, to William Brooke brother of John, 1630. Chancery. 

D.K.R. 43. App. i. p. 172. 



474 Southolt. 

SOUTHOLT CHURCH. Monuments in. Add. 19091, 19092. Brass 
(1583). Add. 32483, 32490. 

SOUTHOLT CHURCH v. sub Worlingworth Ch. 

SOUTHOLT and REDLINQFIELD. Master Walter de Southolt v. Henry 
Selede and Adam Selede, touch, possessions in. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 
lid. 

SOUTHOLT and WORLINGWORTH. Forcible entry and damage at. 
Godbold v. Crocking. Star C.P., Edw. VI. Bundle 1, 4. 

, Forcible entry, felling of timber, and destruction of hedges in, 

Godbald v. Munford. Star C.P., Edw. VI. Bundle 5, 53. 

, Seizure of goods at, Godbolde v. Howlet. Ib. Bundle 6, 3. 

SOUTHOULD v. Southwold. 

SOUTHTOUX v. Yarmouth (Little). 

SOUTHWELL PARK ex parochial of Hargrove. Included in the Wickham- 
brook Highway District 20 March 1863. L.G. 1616. 
. Bye-laws by School Att. Com. 8 April 1881. L.G. 1722. 

SOUTHWELL of Barham. Gipps's account of. S.I. viii. 197. Pedigree. 
Add. 19149, and arms. Tanner cclvii. 211. Harl. 155, 1103, 1177, 
1449, 1560, 1820. Rawl. B. 422. Letter cone, pedigrees (1667). 
Tanner cccxii. 48. Grant to Robert Southwell of lands in Suff. 
35 Hen. VIII. 1 Pars 0. Rot. 20. Grants to John Southwell and 
wife of lands in Suff. 37 Hen. VIII. 3 Pars O. Rot. 30. Grant 
to Robert Southwell of rents in Suff. 4 and 5 P. and M. 5 Pars 0. 
Rot. 74. Grant to William Southwell by John Wentworth of 
Somerleyton of the office of steward, coroner and clark of the market 
of . . . t. James I. Bodl. Suff. Ch. 1157. Compotus of 
revenues of Sir Robt. Southwell in Suff. 1616. Add. 26050. 

SOUTHWOLD (Sole, Southolde, Southould, Southwald, Southwolde, 
Sowolde, Sudwalde, Sudwolda', Suthwalde, Suthwaude, Suthwode, 
Suthwold, Suthwoude). 

, 13 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. iv. 383, 443, 447, 451. Arch. viii. 350. 

Bay in. 13 Rep. pt. ii. 84. 15 Rep. pt. i. 15, 18, pt. ii. 55. 

, Historical account of, by F. Gardner, 4to. Lond. 1754. History 

and Topography, Svo. Halesworth 1817 ; Act for cleansing and 
improving harbour, 1746. Account of, and vicinity, by R. Wake. 
Svo. Yarmouth 1839 : 12wo Ipswich 1844. v. sub Dunwich. Arms. 
E.A. iv. 166. A.J. Hi. 193, 196. Seal and arms of Corporation. 
Harl. 1177, 1449, 1540. Add. 5524. Rawl. B. 422. Extract* 
from old Corporation Books of. E.A. iii. 49, 62, 71. Net manu- 
factory at. 14 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. ix. 294. Fire at (1659). & 



S&uthwold. 475 



Rep. 321. E.A. iii. 133. (N.S.) ii. 29. Milbourn family of. E.A. 
iv. 156. Ancient cross at. Ib. (N.S.) i. 75. Silver Mace from. 
P.S.A., 2nd ser. xii. 180, 183. Brass coin found at. Ib. 1 ser. ii. 
184. Stone mortar dredged up near. Ib. 2 ser. xiii. 21. Obelisk 
at. B.A.A. xxv. 271. Vestiges of Roman colonization found in 
neighbourhood. S.I. vii. 303. Flint and bronze celts and earthen- 
ware plate with arms of, and date 1676 found at. S.I. iii. 395. 
Grant to. 14 Rep. Hist. Com. pt. viii. 250. 

. Land of St. Edmund. Held towards victualling the monks. 
1 carucate as a manor. 4a. meadow. Dom. 3716. 

, Fair and market in, to Bury Abbey. Chart. Rolls, 11 Hen. III. 
pt. i. 11. 

, Authority to the Earl of Gloucester to build a castle at. 44 Hen. 
III. 12, 25. 
, The Earl of Gloucester held " bortrem " in. H.R. ii. 197. 

, The bailiff of the Countess Glovernie held " bortrem " in. 



H.R. ii. 147. 
, The Countess had wreck of the sea and assize of bread and beer 

in. Ib. 148. 

, Richard de Boylaund claimed wreck of the sea, view of frank- 
pledge, and assize of bread and beer in. Q.W. 731. 
, Richard son of Henry de Southwold (Suihwalde) v. William 

Fitz-Richard, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 1 Edw. I. 20dL 

, Ministers' accounts of lands in, 1 to 2 Edw. I. Bundle 1 109, No. 12. 

, Extent, land in, Gilbert de Clare E. of Gloucester. I.P.M. 

24 Edw. I. 107. 
, Stopping up of port at, by order of Hen. III. Pat. Rolis, 28 

Edw. I. 2ld. 
, Commission touch, persons who carried away goods of Ralph 

de Monte Hermer out of his ship in. Ib. 30 Edw. I. 36d. 
, 2a. pasture, 40s. rent, &c., in, Joan wife of Gilbert de Clare E. 

of Gloucester jointly with him. I.P.M. , 35 Edw. I. 47. 
, Ministers' accounts of possessions of contrariants (late of Roger 

Damory) in, 16 to 17 Edw. II. Bundle 1147, No. 9. Other accounts 

in. 18 to 19 Edw. II. Bundle 1109, No. 19. 
, Collectors' and Bailiffs' accounts of lands in, 1 Edw. III. to 8 

Hen. IV. Ministers' accounts. Bundle 1004, No. 17-31. Bundle 

1005, No. 1-5. 
, Murder of 16 men on board ship of Anastasia, near. Pat. Rolls, 

5 Edw. III. pt. i. 22d. 



476 Southwold. 



, Ministers' accounts of lands in, 12 to 13 Edw. III. Bundle 

1110, No. 6. 19 to 20 Edw. III. 76. 14. 20 to 21 Edw. III. Ib. 
17. 22 to 23 Edw. III. Ib. 19, 20. 25 to 26 Edw. III. Ib. 25. 
36 to 37 Edw. III. Bundle 1111, No. 9. 40 to 41 Edw. III. /&. 
H._43 Edw. III. Ib. 12.^9 to 50 Edw. III. Ib. 17. 3 Rich. II. 
Ib. 24. 11 to 12 Rich. II. Ib. 27. 12 to 13 Rich. II. Bundle 
1112, No. 2. 22 to 23 Rich. II. Ib. 8. 1 to 2 Hen. IV. Ib. 11. 
9 to 10 Hen. IV. Ib. 17. 11 to 12 Hen. IV. Ib. 20. 7 to 8 Hen. 
VI. Bundle 1113, No. 4. Arrears to 31 Hen. VI. Ib. 12. 
Arrears to 34 Hen. VI. Ib. 13. 

, One messuage, 20 acres of land, 40s. rent, &c. Edm. de 

Mortuo Mari, Earl of March and Ulton, and Philippa his wife. I.P.M., 
5 Rich. H. 43. 

. Courts leet and rent. Rog. de Mortuo Mari, Earl of March. 

Ib. 22 Rich. II. 34. 

-, Court leet, &c. Edm. de Mortuo Mari, Earl of March. Ib. 

3 Hen. VI. 32. 

, Licence to Rich. Spilman of, 1427-8., D.K.R. 48. App. p. 253. 

, Licence to John Waynflete of, to export cheese bought in Suffolk 

to Holland or Zealand, 1433-4. D.K.R. 48. App. p. 297. 

< , Court in, with view of frankpledge, rent, &c., in, Anna wife of 

Edm. late Earl of March. I.P.M., 11 Hen. VI. 39. 

1 Petition touch, town of, 1441. P. and 0. of P.C. v. 136. 

. Wills of residents proved at Ipswich 1444-1455. William 

Bamlett fol. 161. Alice Bomlett fol. 166. Richard Coper fol. 160. 
Walter Gosmere fol. 148. Alice Miller fol. 140. John Plumstead 
fol. 175. John Tyman sen. fol. 166. 1458-1477. Johanne Alderne 
fol. 356. Johanne Alfeyth fol. 354. Alexander Auncett fol. 216. 
Robt. Bancke fol. 206. Margaret Blome fol. 17. John Bonepayne 
fol. 349. John Chaunceller fol. 214. John Chittinge fol. 279. 
Isabella Councellor fol. 182. William Cooke fol. 214. Matilda 
Cresie fol. 1. John Essoult fol. 333. Thomas Foxe fol. 305. 
Katherine and Thomas Frauncis fol. 303. John Gilberd fol. 179. 
Roger Goodman fol. 66. William Grantha fol. 67. William Hayward 
fol. 276. John Jollie fol. 110. Peter Johnson fol. 320. Nathaniel 
Josse fol. 216. Robt. Josse fol. 136. Nicholas Love toft fol. 265. 
Margaret Lownd fol. 351. William Lound fol. 355. John Metsherpe 
fol. 347. Thomas Palmer fol. 108. Thomas Perkin fol. 127. 
Elizabeth Pope fol. 304. Thomas Pourin fol. 219. John Revett 
fol. 172. 



Southwold. 477 



, Messuages, &c., in, Wm. Lacy of, v. Ric. and John Joye, feoffees. 

E.C.P., 38 Hen. VI. 5 Edw. IV. 29, 152. 
, Share of damages done to a ship jointly hired. Robt. Heyg- 

ham, of, v. Ric. Gardener of. E.C.P., 35-38 Hen. VI. 26, 430. 
, Mandate to permit men and tenants of, which Gilbert de Clare 

E. of Gloucester held as parcel of the Earldom of Gloucester to be 

quit of payment of toll frontage, passage pickage pavage and 

murage throughout the realm as from time immemorial. Pat. 

Rolls, 1 Edw. IV. pt. iv. 4. 
, Act exempting, from paying toll for anchorage to Dunwich, 

1489. R.P. vi. 431. 
, Prayer by Dunwich against fairs and market at, 1387-8. Ib. iii. 

254. 
, Robert Byshop and William Godyll first bailiffs of, 1489. 76. 

vi. 431. 
, Grant to Thomas Heigham of office of keeper of the park of 

Combey and keeper of the park of, during minority of Edward son and 

heir of Henry late D. of Buckingham and as long as in hands of the 

Crown. 1 Hen. VII. Signed Bill. No. 193. 
, William Godyll appointed one of the first bailiffs of, 1489. 

R.P. vi. 431. 
, Charter of the King to, of divers liberties, 20 Hen. VII. O. 

Rot. 15. 
, Will of John Sonde of, proved at Canterbury 1500-1. 8 Rep. 

Hist. Com. 333. 

, Money due for fish from men of. S.P., 16 Hen. VIII. 804. 

, Letter from Privy Council to, for " remedy of mariners pressed 

to strangers' ships to the disfurnishing of the town, in the time of 

their voyage to Iseland," 1541. S.P. 1384. 

, Relief of inhabitants of, 1551. Acts of P.C. 242. 

, Letter to customer of Ipswich for, 1552. Acts of P.C. 25. 

, Claim for exemption, 2 and 3 Phil, and M. M. Mich. Rec. 

Rot. 116. 
, Commission for repression of piracy at, 1565. Acts of P.C. 

289. 

, Restraint of victuals and piracy at, 1573. Acts of P.C. 150. 

, Certificate that Thos. Bourman of, mariner, has neither lands, 

goods, nor dwelling house, 1557. (?) S.P. Addenda 527. 

, Reynold Hopton of, fined for piracy, 1578-9. Acts of P.C. 20, 24. 

, Ordnance at, to be repaired, &c., 1579-80. Acts of P.C. 379. 



478 Southwold. 



, Justices of Suff. to put in order certain pieces of ordnance at, 

Bobt. Day to have reasonable stipend for service therein, 1580. 

S.P., Eliz. 643. 

Letter touch, defence of, 1586. Acts of P.O. 114. 

, Plan of fortification and defences of, 1588. S.P. 569. 

, Complaint of John Dey of, touch, bond of Wm. Forth of Hadley, 

1588-9. Acts of P.C. 29. 

, Letter touch, fishing trade, &c., 1590. Acts of P.C. 86. 

. Suit v. Dunwich cone, harbour rights, 1590-1598. Add. 34653. 

, Gift by Anthony Allen to his son Robt. of all his goods and 

possessions in, and elsewhere in England, 4 Feb. 44 Eliz. Bodl. 

Suff. Ch. 1206. 
, Action by John Gentleman against Alee Folks and John Barrett 

as to messuage in, purchased by pltf. of Thomas Folkes dec. C.P. i. 

366. 
, Action as to bonds which states that Francis Sparke dec. late 

of, was seised of freeholds and leasehds. but where not stated. C.P. i. 

387. 
. Chancery actions : Edm. Chapman v. Robt. Skoldinge. C.P., 

ser. ii. B. xlvi. 33. Wm. Gardyner v. Rich. Goodwyn Margt. his 

wife and another. 76. B. Ixx. 77. Bailiffs of v. Robert Anderson. 

76. B. clix. 25. Jas. Sucklyn v. John Gentleman and others. 76. 

B. clxvii. 26. 
, People of, will not contribute with Yarmouth for suppression 

of pirates as they trade only to the north, 1619. S.P. 23. 
, Petitioned to be relieved from voluntary contribution for the 

King, 1622. S.P. 389. 
, Petition of Rich. Turner of, for restoration of a ferry boat taken 

by pirates, 1624 ? S.P. 369. 
, Defenceless and exposed condition of town of, 1626. S.P., 

Chas. I. 297. 
, Letter of bailiffs of, touch, defenceless condition of, 1626. S.P. 

297. 
, Claims to be exempt from Ld. High Admiral's jurisdiction, 

1626. S.P. 413. 
, Petition of inhabitants of, touch, ships of war they require, 

1626. S.P. 508. 
, Petition of inhabitants of, touch, great losses from the Dun- 

kirkers, 1626. S.P., Chas. I. 508. 

, Application for ordnance by, 1626 ? S.P., Chas. I. 520. 



Southwold. 479 



, Order on petition, of, for ship to be taken up for convoying fishery 

fleet to Iceland and Westmony, 1627. S.P., Chas. I. 4. 

, Report on fortifications of, 1627. S.P., Chas. I. 409. 

, Corporation of, intend to confiscate Dutch or Hamburgh ship 

left at sea as a derelict off, 1635. S.P. 148. 

, Ship money 4 at, 1635. S.P. 364. 

, Rich. Whiting of, recusant, 1648. S.P., Cal. of Comp. 1816. 

1651. Com. for money advance, 1378. 

, Ordnance Committee consider what should be done for strengthen- 
ing, 1652. S.P. 332. 

, Petition of bailiffs of, and annexed account, 1653. S.P. 163. 

, Letter of bailiffs of, touch, sick and wounded sent on shore, 

1653. S.P. 28. 

, Accounts of bailiffs of, 1653. S.P. 534. 

, Maj. N. Bourne of Ipswich went to, to provide tallow, but found 

it scarce and dear, 1653. S.P. 606. 

, Petition of inhabitants of, for enquiry into State of the haven, &c., 

1655-6. S.P. 151. 

, Geo. Warren, bailiff of, found in ale house with several seamen, 

1655-6. S.P. 158. Sent for in custody. 76. 172. 

, Petition of Edw. Hall and Geo. Warren, bailiffs of, 1655-6. S.P. 

210. 

, Petition of inhabitants of, 1656. S.P. 363. 

, Letters of and to Ant. Wainfleet of, 1659. S.P. 184, 187. 

, Paper touch, ammunition for, 1659. S.P. 362. 

1 Capt. John Fortescue ordered to join the fleet at, 1665. S.P. 533. 

, 1,000 sick and wounded landed at, 1666. S.P. 87. 

, To be searched house by house for seamen, 1666. S.P. 462. 

, As a strong place of defence, 1666. S.P. 518. 

} Warrant to make description of all castles, forts, batteries, 

creeks, &c., between Folkestone and, 1669. S.P. 347. 

t Accounts of the battle in Southwold bay, 28 May 1672. Rawl. 

A. 185. 

, Licence for house of Jos. Ireland Presbyterian, 1672. S.P. 95. 

, Sale in, 1685. Add. Ch. 10443. 

, Extract from a letter from comptroller of Customs at, cone, a 

bloody affray with gang of 40 armed smugglers, 1732. T. B. and P. 
257. 

, Appointment of Jonathan Nunn to be collector at, loco Valen- 
tine Boyles, preferred, 1735. T. B. and P. 151. 



480 Southwold. 



, Warrant to appoint Samuel Nunn, collector at, loco Jon. Nunn, 

dismissed. T. B. and P. 1740, 428. 
, Repair of Haven of, 20 Geo. II. c. 14 ; 30 Geo. II. c. 58 ; 29 Geo. 

III. c. 77 ; 49 Geo. III. c. 77 ; 11 Geo. IV. and 1 Will. IV. c. 48. 
, Description of the net manufactory at, 28 May 1752. 14 Rep. 

Hist. Com. pt. ix. 294. 
, Reward offered for discovery of persons sending anonymous 

threatening letter to the Custom House at, 1768. H.O.P. 952. 
, Trust for Methodists at. Trust Deed. 39 Geo. III. 28, 10 ; 

6 Will. IV. 149, 6. 

. Trust for Dissenters. Trust Deed. 46 Geo. III. 14, 7. 

, Act for improving Harbour of. (Local and pers.) 11 Geo. IV. 

and 1 Will. IV. c. 48. 

, Piece of land, &c., for Schools. Trust Deed. 1841, 170, 13. 

, Jas. Jermyn, philologist, 3rd son of Robt. Jerinyn, collector 

of customs at, d. 1852. D.N.B. xxix. 345. 

. Tramways. (Loc. and pers.) P.O., 35 and 36 Viet. c. 157. 

. Marriage licence granted to Congregational Church, High 

Street, 1885. L.G. 6201. 

, Orders under Railway and Canal Traffic Act 1888 resp. South- 
wold Railway Co., 1892. L.G. 7429. 
. Notice of winding up Salt Works and to receive report, 1894. 

L.G. 3455, 3596, 5878. 
, Marriage licence granted to Gospel Hall, Station Road, 1897. 

L.G. 6540. 
, Notices of application to Board of Trade as to Harbour of, 1897. 

L.G. 6453. 
, Application to Bd. of Trade resp. Pier at, 1898. L.G. 

7738. 
, Notice under Light Railways Act 1896 resp., 1899. L.G. 

3439. 
, Application to Bd. of Trade resp. Electric Lighting, 1899. L.G. 

7561. 
. Marriage licence granted to St. Peter's Oratory, High Street, 

1899. L.G. 5391. 
, Application to Light Railway Commissioners to construct Light 

Railway at, 1900. L.G. 3437. 

. Dissolution of Seamen's Friendly Society 1900. * L.G. 1366. 

SOTTTHWOLD v. sttZTAldebuTgh, &c., Clare, &c., Dunwich, Dunwich, &c., 

Halesworth, Lowestoft, &c., Redlingfield Mon. 



Southwood. 481 



SOUTHWOLD MANOR. Court Rolls (19, 20, 29, 32 to 36, 39, 40, 46 
Edw. III., 8 Rich. II. 12, 14 to 17, 19, 20, 22 Rich. II.). P.R.O. 
Portfolio 203, 107, 108, 109 (35 Hen. VI.). Ib. 110 (31 Hen. VIIL). 
D.K.R. 2. App. ii. p. 47. 

. Richard de Clare E. of Gloucester. I.P.M., 47 Hen. III. 34. 

. Elizabeth de Burgo wife of Theobald de Verdon. Ib. 34 Edw. 

III. 83. 

. Vested in the King, 1495. R.P. vi. 475. 

SOUTHWOLD MANOR v. sub Desning Manor, &c. 

SOUTHWOLD CHURCH. S.I. iv. 450, viii. 413. B.A.A. xxxvi. 201, 220. 
Notes and ground plan of. Add. 6751, 6759. Painted roof. 
B.A.A. xxv. 282, xxvii. 312. P.S.A., 1st ser. ii. 170. Drawing of 
the vane. B.A.A. xxviii. 184. Sketches of windows and orna- 
ments. Add. 6737, 6743, 6753, 6754. Paintings on. B.A.A. xvi. 
350, xxi. 351, xxv. 261. Tracing of figure of King David. Ib. 
xxvii. 519. Plate. S.I. ix. 16. Rood-screen. N. and Q., 4th 
ser. 143. B.A.A. xxiv. 271, xxv. 178, 269, xxvii. 519. A.J. xlvii. 
66. P.S.A., 2nd ser. xvi. 206. S.I. iv. 450, 451. Chest in. B.A.A. 
xxviii. 227. Monuments in. Add. 19080, 19083. Inscriptions of 
Christopher Yonges (1626) and of Mary Wayth (1809). Add. 
32483. Inscriptions on Bells. E.A. iii. 224. Briefs. Ib. 103. 
Extracts from Registers. Ib. (N.S.) iii. 84. Transcript of Registers 
(1602-1802) made by A. J. Scott-Gatty. Visited by Suffolk Insti- 
tute (1894). S.I. viii. 413. 

, Proceeding as to assault, Sir John Walker parson of, v. Thomas 

Laurans. Star C.P., Hen. VII. 120. 

, Grant in fee to Thos. D. of Norf. of rectory of, 1540. S.P. 942 

(43). 

. Desecration by Dowsing, 1643. S.I. vi. 260, 282. S.I. iv. 451. 

SOUTHWOLD CHAPEL. Order for uniting parishes of Easton Bavent 
and Roydon to, 1656. S.P. 331. 

SOUTHWOLD and EASTON near Reydon. Richard son of Henry de 
Southwold v. Richard Fitz-Richard and Christiana late wife of 
Henry de Southwold, touch, a tenement in. Pat. Rolls, 2 Edw. I. 
13d. 

SOUTHWOLD, REYDON and EASTON. Matilda late wife of Robert 
Crull of Southwold, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 3 Edw. I. 5d. 

, Amabel, daughter of Robert Crull v. Augustine Crul and Edelina 

late wife of Geoffrey Crull, touch, a tenement in. Ib. 3 Edw. I. 5. 

SOUTHWOOD PARK, nr. Denham. Release of, 1607. Add. Ch. 9275. 

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482 Sowneys. 

SOWNEYS MANOR in Raydon v. sub Reydon in Samford Hundred. 

SOWTHWELL of Woodrising. Pedigree. Harl. 1484. 

SOXAM v. Saxham. 

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RAVEN. Pedigree. Add. 19146. Harl. 1195, 1449. John Raven's 
serm. to Independent Congregation, Hadleigh. Rev. Canon John 
James Raven D.D. P.S.A. The Church Bells of Cambridgeshire 
(c. Antiq. soc.) 1881. Emmanuel, Notes on Isa. vii. ix. 1872. 
The Church Bells of Suffolk. 1890, Lond. 8vo. Mathematics made 
easy (Tech. Instr. Lectures) 1894 (joint author) Cratfield 1894. 
Suffolk in Pop. County History series. 1895, 8vo. Various articles 
in Proceed, of Suff. Institute. 

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